Daikin is reopening its Daikin Training Academy in Birmingham. The academy features a range of new resources to enable the training of new heat pump installers, along with the installation of renewables technology.
The academy features a seminar room and training rooms with interactive screens. Additionally, a custom-built webinar room is available for delivering live streaming of online courses in a soundproof environment, a statement outlined.
Meanwhile a fully installed display room within the academy showcases Daikin’s latest heating, cooling and ventilation products for residential and commercial applications, whilst the practical training area provides the opportunity for hands-on exercises and practical demonstrations.
The Daikin Training Academy offers a comprehensive range of training courses, including Daikin product courses and industry-accredited training for heat-pump renewables installers, social housing providers and developers.
In addition to the Daikin product courses, the academy also offers installation training on Daikin’s low temperature, high temperature, hybrid, and air-to-air cooling and heating solutions; starting at level one through to level three and service, fault finding and maintenance courses for different technologies.
Martin Passingham, product and training at Daikin UK, said: “We are excited to reopen the Daikin Training Academy in Birmingham and start running our comprehensive training programmes and demonstrating our technical products; from the low temperature low-capacity Monobloc, low temperature high-capacity refrigerant Split, through to the VRV 5 units.
“With the range of retrofit and new build renewable solutions on display, installers, social housing providers and developers focusing on residential heating, cooling and ventilation will be able to understand the products on offer and talk to Daikin experts about what may be suitable for their specific needs.
“Additionally, through the government’s decarbonisation fund, Daikin is in receipt of a grant to subsidise a day’s learning offsite for a number of places, helping with the accessibility of these valuable courses.”