Intergas goes live in lockdown

Intergas is launching an online service to help engineers stay connected during the national lockdown.

Intergas Live will launch on 13 January, giving engineers access to the company’s training, product and technical specialists. Live and interactive online training sessions will be held every weekday afternoon, with individual one-to-one discussions available every weekday morning. The individual sessions will enable engineers to discuss product, repair or service queries, and to share knowledge, with an Intergas specialist.

Stephen Zouch, managing director at Intergas, said: “We’ve all learned we can communicate excellently via our laptops, tablets and computers. Intergas Live is here to stay, so while hands-on training will resume as soon as it’s safe to do so, we’ll continue to use Intergas Live to provide engineers with the latest product news, regulation changes, and new boiler specifications, as well as direct access to one of the Intergas team.”

Intergas Live’s online training will be run by training manager Mike Hook.

The live training courses are free to attend, with no limit on numbers. To book a place, engineers should contact their Intergas sales manager, or book direct through the LiveChat function on the Intergas website at

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