PHEX+ to host series of product-related CPD sessions

Published:  02 May, 2014

For the launch of PHEX+ at the Alexandra Palace in May 2014, the exhibition has teamed up with some of the leading industry manufacturers and suppliers to provide a comprehensive training programme throughout the two days of the exhibition.

The event will host a wide variety of product related training sessions covering everything from commercial boilers, ventilation, system filtration, heat recovery, heat pumps and more.

All sessions will be free to attend and each training module will offer CPD accredited content to go towards your Continuing Professional Development requirements. Those who wish to attend a CPD session simply need to register for PHEX+ and turn up for the event. Places will be allocated by the manufacturer on a first come, first served basis prior to the start of each session.

The following manufacturers will hold CPD sessions on both days:

CPD area one
 

Grundfos Pumps: Packaged Booster Systems

Zehnder: Radiant Heating & Cooling

Sentinel: Water Treatment for Commercial Applications

Mira Showers: Safe Showering

Greenwood Airvac: Best Practice Ventilation Installation Guidance

Worcester, Bosch Group: Domestic heating & hot water systems

CPD area two
 

RWC: Improving Water Efficiency in Public and Commercial Environments

Vokera: Commercial Condensing Boiler Technology

Airflow: Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR) in non-residential buildings.

Stelrad Radiators: Innovative and Eco-friendly Radiator Development

AKW: Showering for Independent Living

For more information about the content of the sessions and to sign up for your free ticket, visit the PHEX+ website.

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