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70% off renewables training

Logic4training is offering building services companies and sole traders' access to funding of up to 70% off the price of renewables training.
The offer is open to businesses in Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Essex, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk and is available due to funding from the European Social Fund, delivered through the East of England Energy Group (EEEGR).

The funding has been put in place to encourage building services businesses to get into the green energy sector, in-turn reducing the carbon footprint of their customers. With initiatives such as Feed in Tariffs (FiTs), the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) and next year's Green Deal, the demand for related technologies and equipment is on the increase, creating a strong market place for BS Engineers with the correct skills.

Available immediately and until money runs out, the following Logic4training courses are covered by the scheme:

• Solar Thermal Domestic Hot Water
• Domestic Heat Pump Installer (Ground and Air Source)
• Domestic Solar Photovoltaic Installer

Between 50 - 70% off the cost of these courses is available, with the amount each candidate receives dependent on company size. Decisions regarding this percentage are made by Nautilus, a third party organisation who will process applications.

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3 June 2011

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