Baxi is aiming to build on its reputation for being top of the class when it comes to training by opening two new facilities in 2017.
The Crawley training centre, a partnership with Central Sussex College, opened in January and Godmanchester in Cambridgeshire, a standalone Baxi training centre, will open in March. Each will offer customers access to Baxi’s full range of comprehensive training courses.
Designed using feedback from its customers, Baxi training includes hands-on sessions, insider knowledge, tips from the company’s expert trainers and professional advice on products and troubleshooting.
Customers can choose to participate in a range of courses including free Baxi product training, repair and maintenance courses, system wiring and controls, and accredited courses such as G3 Unvented cylinder training and assessment.
Baxi now operates a total of 16 training centres across the UK and Ireland, with Baxi’s own centres carrying CIPHE accreditation.
Steve Owen, national training manager at Baxi, said: “At Baxi we’ve always been committed to providing industry leading training for customers, so we’re delighted to be strengthening our presence in 2017 with the addition of two new centres.
“We know that engineers are busy and it can be difficult for them to keep up to date with the latest products and practices. We also know that they need training opportunities to be close to them, to avoid them having to take additional time away from work to travel.
“Our courses have been designed to help engineers acquire the skills and expertise they need to grow their businesses and keep their customers happy. With a total of 16 training centres spanning Glasgow to Exeter we can make training more accessible than ever before.”