Fujitsu opens Dublin training centre
Ian Carroll, Fujitsu’s sales and marketing director said “We are committed to training to help raise standards throughout the industry and have invested heavily in our state of the art training facilities in Elstree and now Dublin.”
The range of courses has been structured to help develop engineers’ knowledge in designing and installing Fujitsu air conditioning products and their ideal applications. All courses are taught by Fujitsu’s own experienced in-house engineers.
The current range of courses covers installation, commissioning, troubleshooting and servicing of splits and multi-splits, VRF and mini VRF and includes specific courses on Fujitsu’s Design Simulator software and AHU DX kit options.
Fujitsu training manager Martyn Ives commented: “The new training facility in Dublin was a much needed asset. It is well equipped to provide all the necessary training to support a well-established product.”
All of the courses are free of charge and available throughout the year. Each delegate receives a certificate upon completion and a complete set of technical manuals.
For more details and for dates of the training courses, contact Fujitsu Training.
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