Rinnai UK’s series of CIBSE/CPD training modules is designed to assist understanding of advanced new technologies encountered by today’s consultants, engineers, installers and designers when called on to specify energy efficient hot water provision.
The pace of change is gathering speed so it is important that mechanical and electrical (M&E) professionals are aware of technologies that will future proof their projects against any upcoming legislation and realistically cope with the fuel needs of the future in an economical and efficient manner.
Rinnai has tailored the individual courses for delegates to take on board the practical and energy saving benefits of continuous flow gas fired water heating.
Nine course modules are now available from Rinnai: Rinnai product overview; Continuous flow and the future of water heating; Intermediate water heater; Continuous flow – Excellence in design; Service and fault diagnostics (Water heaters); Service and fault diagnostics (Energy saver warm air units); Understanding ACOP L8 and hot water design; Maximising renewable gain in hot water design; and, Continuous flow as a innovative method of satisfying energy and regulatory demands.
The training events, which are aimed at M&E consultants and specifiers, design and build engineers, facilities managers and gas engineer contractors, cover both traditional and new technologies for commercial water heating and highlight the considerable energy and monetary savings that can be achieved by utilisation of a continuous flow hot water system.
Chris Goggin, Rinnai UK associate director, said: “Our training facility vehicle and CPD training courses ensure key market personnel at all levels can benefit from the knowledge and expertise of our highly skilled team of technical experts, ensuring they are up to speed with changes in legislation and product developments.”
All speakers on the Rinnai CIBSE/CPD certified courses are highly experienced in their specialist fields and hold relevant professional qualifications. Courses can be arranged to suit individual requirements. Delegates can either attend at Rinnai’s Runcorn, Cheshire HQ in its dedicated training facility, or, if preferred, Rinnai will take its dedicated training bus to a venue convenient to delegates. And, where time is pressing, Rinnai is also happy to provide the courses in bite-sized pieces over lunch so preferred.
The courses, which have been designed by Rinnai UK’s technical and compliance officer, Ian Jenkins, who has drawn on his expert knowledge of continuous flow systems, and his many years of experience in the industry to produce modules that are accessible and educational.