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Toshiba launches installation initiative

Toshiba Air Conditioning has launched a training initiative to designed improve skill levels and raise installation standards among contractors.

The launch includes a training programme and scheme to equip installers with state-of-the-art installation tools and commissioning equipment.

The company is launching a new programme of practical training modules for installers and contractors. Devised by its trouble-shooter Andie Ellmers (product and training manager), and supported by David Thomas (senior technical engineer), the programme of courses will provide the theoretical and practical skills required for all the main categories of equipment.

The training modules are now being rolled out across Toshiba’s expanding network of air conditioning training centres across the UK.

There are currently 10 facilities available, located in Bristol, Dublin, Leatherhead, Leeds, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Sunderland, Warrington, Welwyn Garden City and West Bromwich, covering most areas of the country.

In addition, a new state-of-the-art training centre is planned for Manchester and future expansion scheduled for East Kilbride in Scotland.

Alongside the training roll-out, the company is launching a new scheme enabling engineers to acquire the latest tools and commissioning aids free of charge. It offers high quality tools for those purchasing Toshiba VRF air conditioning systems as part of the company’s installer incentive programme.

For more details on Toshiba air conditioning training and the tools incentive scheme, contact 0870 843 333, or email general.enquiries@toshiba-ac.com

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