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Viessmann opens technology training centre with Bolton College

Viessmann and Bolton College have invested in a new, state-of-the-art centre, providing a cutting-edge facility for studying green technology courses.
Fitted with £100,000 of Viessmann equipment, the dedicated training facility will also be used to train heating engineers from the local area, including those from the nearby cities of Liverpool, Manchester and Leeds.

A mixture of domestic and renewable heating technologies is fully operational in the new building, including models from Viessmann's Vitodens 100 and 200 boiler ranges. Solar thermal, solar PV and heat pump products also feature in the centre, with large detailed graphical displays mounted on the walls throughout, detailing the products' key features and how they may be fitted together.

Viessmann training manager, Anthony Lobley, attended the opening ceremony to mark the launch of the centre on 28 June. He said: 'We value the training programmes we provide to installers across the UK, and are proud to work with Bolton College at this brand new facility.

'Quality training is a crucial foundation for every heating engineer. Not only do we offer our installers state-of-the-art training facilities in their local area, but our courses also provide them with the tools they need to really excel in the workplace.'

As a result of an £80,000 investment, the Green Room will not only provide an advanced location for learning about professional heating, but also green technologies and environmentally-friendly construction methods.

Viessmann's training courses are open to all installers, and are completely free of charge.

To register for training, installers can contact Viessmann's training department on 01952 685032, email training administrator, Lisa Grice, on, or via their area business manager.

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12 August 2013


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