Panasonic grows training
Following the success of its heating and cooling training centre, Panasonic has unveiled plans for company growth during 2013. Panasonic is making further investment with new content, courses, participant feedback and more planned initiatives to help build product and technology awareness and promote energy efficient living.
The new developments for 2013 include training facilities for the ERP compliant Split, the GHP Heat Recovery system, the High Temp 65?C A2W Monobloc and the Heat Recovery VRF. Available courses, which have been scheduled until March 2013, comprise of Air-to-Water Products & Design, Air-to-Water Technical, Splits (PACi), VRF 1 or 2 and GHP 1 or 2 and servicing.
More than 300 delegates have attended courses at the PRO Academy which first opened its doors to contractors, developers, installers and specifiers in September 2011. This hands-on training is supplemented by online education available to Panasonic’s PRO Club members, which currently totals more than 650.
Located at Panasonic’s headquarters in Bracknell, and headed-up by Training and Technical Manager, David Livingstone, the PRO Academy provides course attendees with specialist product knowledge as well as new design, software, installation and commissioning tools.