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Euroheat launch new training courses online

Euroheat has introduced an extended range of courses on its new website.
Euroheat launch new training courses online
The courses for installers range from end-user and product-specific training, to HETAS qualifications for installers, engineers and specifiers.

All training is delivered at Euroheat's exhibition centre in Bishops Frome, Worcestershire. Working examples of stoves, boilers and all accompanying equipment - accumulators and fuel stores - are used for training, allowing candidates to get a greater understanding of the skills required to specify and install wood biomass equipment safely.

New courses include:

· HETAS Introduction to Solid Fuel
· HETAS Solid Fuel Regulations and Standards
· HETAS Installation of Dry Model Appliances
· HETAS Installation of Wet Model Appliances
· HETAS Wood Biomass Course
· Euroheat Product Awareness
· Installation of Wood Burning and Multi-fuel Stoves
· Installation of Pellet Stoves

For more information, visit www.euroheat.co.uk/training
10 March 2011

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