There are 10 courses in all, including two brand new ones. They include an introduction to Fujitsu products and installation, commissioning and troubleshooting of VRF central controllers, splits and multi-splits, VRF and mini-VRF.
There are also specialist courses on advanced service and troubleshooting, including Service Tool, air to water systems, VRF system application and design, and a new course on Design Simulator software.
The other new course is on the design, installation and commissioning of AHU DX Kit and Freeverter options.
“The courses have been conceived to help develop and deepen knowledge of Fujitsu’s products, their benefits and their ideal applications,” commented Fujitsu technical manager Martyn Ives.
All courses are taught in-house by highly skilled engineers who have many years’ experience. The courses are free of charge and each delegate receives a certificate on completion. The scheduled courses take place at Fujitsu’s state of the art training facilities at its headquarters in Elstree, Hertfordshire.
For more details on the courses, contractors are advised to talk any Fujitsu distributor or normal Fujitsu contact.