Drayton is taking its successful Wiser training roadshow back on the road in 2019. During the first six months, the roadshow will be stopping at different locations throughout the UK every month, giving gas engineers the chance to get to know the Wiser heating system and its smart features.
At the training sessions, you can learn more about Wiser, including installation best practice, how to build the system, troubleshooting, and the benefits for customers.
The practical sessions are designed to encourage people to ask questions, share their opinions and get hands-on. When gas engineers have completed the training, they will become Wiser Approved – their company details will be listed on the Find an installer function on Drayton’s website, and they will also receive more than £200 worth of products.
Wiser is a smart, buildable, multi-zoning heating solution, which can create up to 16 different heating zones, using up to 32 devices, which can be individually scheduled for maximum control. It also features smart modes, geofencing technology, voice control, and includes new features such as the its Heat Report.
Marketing manager Clare Stevens says: “As the concept of the connected home continues to rise in popularity, we are aware that installers are fitting smart heating controls more frequently as part of an installation. Our training roadshow was created to ensure that we provide as much support as possible as they venture into this new market, as well as educating them about the benefits of the Wiser smart heating system.
“During the half-day training sessions, installers will learn everything from commissioning and set-up, to how it integrates with existing heating systems, leaving them confident in its ease of installation. These training sessions [are also] very much a forum for sharing and discussing views, product feedback and new ideas.”
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