Survey on natural refrigerant training
The Brussels-based group is inviting industry to participate in an online survey in an effort to improve understanding of the market for natural refrigerants training. Shecco says that participants in the short questionnaire will be eligible to win a free conference pass to ATMOsphere Europe or ATMOsphere America.
Shecco promises that the Guide to Natural Refrigerants Training in Europe and North America will be the reference tool for those looking for guidance on how to select the right training providers, knowledge sources and partners to build their business around CO2, ammonia and hydrocarbon refrigerants.
The questionnaire is open to all HVAC&R industry stakeholders and is accessible here.
Survey participants will be entered into a draw to win a free conference pass to attend ATMOsphere Europe, taking place on 19-20 April 2016 in Barcelona, Spain, and ATMOsphere America, taking place on 16-17 June in Chicago, Illinois.
In addition, responding companies and organisations that are already providing training on natural refrigerants, such as CO2, ammonia, hydrocarbons, water and air, are eligible to receive a free listing in the Guide Training Directory.
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