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Biasi offer tailor-made training for merchants

Boiler makers Biasi UK are now providing bespoke, free of charge training services for merchants, installers and specifiers from their state-of-the-art training facility near Birmingham.

Biasi UK are a subsidiary of the global Italian boiler manufacturer, Biasi SpA and the training offer is part of their ongoing commitment to provide a one-stop-shop heating solution for merchants, specifiers and installers.

Biasi will tailor the training services to meet the needs of individual companies or groups. Structured to provide extensive technical guidance, hands-on wiring, fault-finding, commissioning, servicing and detailed product training for the company’s popular range of gas boilers, the courses also embrace Biasi’s range of radiators, steel panel and feature radiators, and standard and designer towel rails.

As well as targeting merchants, specifiers and installers, the courses are proving popular with students at colleges and universities. Biasi will also offer a mobile training service either in the classroom or involving on-site practical demonstrations at the customers’ preferred location.

Paul Baxter, managing director at Biasi, says: “We are fully committed to the issue of training and our onsite facilities are second to none. Whilst our courses are designed to cover the practical aspects of domestic central heating in conjunction with Biasi’s products, they also serve to re-enforce the importance of achieving optimum comfort, efficiency and economy in line with current guidelines and regulations.”

Established in 1996, and covering both the UK and Ireland, Biasi UK operates from a 120,000sq ft headquarters and warehousing facility in Wednesbury near Birmingham.

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Fiona Russell-Horne
Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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