Ariston is now offering heating installers extensive, high quality expert training courses as part of its new ‘Ariston Academy’ initiative. Each course provides attendees with practical, hands-on experience working with the company’s high efficiency boilers, as well as detailed explanations of the technologies behind them.
Ariston’s experienced trainers are on hand to take delegates through every aspect of the company’s high efficiency range of boilers, from installation and operation, through to commissioning and servicing. Controls, electrical circuits, hydraulic components and all other components are covered in detail, while fault codes and diagnostic techniques are also explained.
Steve Long, service & training manager at Ariston, said: “Our courses are delivered in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere by expert trainers who have the knowledge and experience to help installers, and their businesses, succeed. Indeed, we have developed the content of the Ariston Academy training courses to ensure professional standards remain high, while simultaneously highlighting the latest legislation and product developments.”
Steve added: “Attendees have already acknowledged they found the training rewarding, helping them to learn, or strengthen, the skills required for fast, trouble-free installation and servicing.”
Ariston Academy training courses run regularly throughout the UK, at the company’s state-of-the-art Centres of Excellence in Barnsley, Basingstoke, Basildon, Birmingham, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leicester, Manchester, Milton Keynes, Newcastle, Plymouth and Portsmouth. Each venue has its own dedicated training manager, who has a wealth of knowledge and experience working with Ariston products.
In addition to learning about the latest legislation and heating technologies, attendees on an Ariston Academy training course will also benefit from Ariston’s £300 cashback offer. This is divided into five instalments, with one cheque of £100 awarded to installers for the first Ariston boiler fitted, followed by four subsequent instalments of £50 for the next four items.