Windhager expands its training facilities for biomass heating systems

Published:  05 October, 2011

Windhager, biomass, renewable energy

Windhager, which makes biomass heating systems, has doubled the area of its training facility at Chippenham to coincide with the new style of HETAS training course. It is one of 10 approved such training centres in the UK.

The company has adopted the three new courses developed by HETAS. They are practical training for an installer of dry appliances (three days) with the option for an additional day course on the installation of wet appliances, and a practically assessed 4-day course on wood biomass appliances. This latter course meets the requirements for MCS registration and provides MCS accreditation for those successfully completing the course.

For more information on this story, click here: October 2011, 203

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