Free heating control training for domestic installers

Published:  02 March, 2015

Danfoss is offering free local training in one-day domestic heating controls for heating installers.

Details of the one-day courses are now available on the company's website at with dates and venues all around the country, including Glasgow's Premier Inn, Plumb Center branches in Bristol, Cardiff and Plymouth, and Ilford Golf Club in Essex.

All courses are conducted by an experienced Danfoss instructor and cover every aspect of domestic central heating controls techniques, both theory and practice. Installers are guided through current regulations relating to new and existing installations and how to achieve Part L compliance using products from the Danfoss range, from electronic programmers and room thermostats to TRVs and motorised control valves.

The course explains how various domestic heating systems can be controlled for optimum comfort and economy. Each training day is completed by an afternoon workshop which gives installers the chance to gain hands-on experience of wiring up a complete heating control system under expert instruction. Installers receive a certificate from Danfoss on successful completion of the course.

Danfoss' marketing director, Bjorn Sejr Nielsen, says providing professional training at regional venues makes it easier for busy installers to keep up to date with the latest regulations as well as improve their skills and profitability. "We also show installers how to maximise new business opportunities by offering control upgrades that can help their customers cut their heating bills by up to 40%, according to recent research conducted by the University of Salford."

Subject to availability, installers can reserve a place on the Danfoss course that's most convenient for them simply by clicking on the web link alongside their preferred date and location and completing an online booking form. For more information about Danfoss Installer Training, including course dates, venues and a typical agenda, please visit and click on Service & Support.

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