Daikin has created new training courses to upskill gas engineers to install air source heat pump systems.
The DUK-H25: LCL Awards Level 3 Award in the Installation and Maintenance of Air Source Heat Pump Systems (non-refrigerant circuits) consists of two days of training followed by one day of assessment, comprising online multiple-choice theory exams along with practical assessments.
The LCL Awards qualification is specifically aimed at existing fossil fuel and heating engineers who are looking to add air source heat pump installation to their services. When heating engineers have finished the course, the qualification proves full competence in the installation of these types of system and can be counted towards MCS accreditation.
Daikin product and training manager Martin Passingham says: “We are thrilled to announce the commencement of the LCL Awards training courses, which will ensure plumbers are fully upskilled in the installation and maintenance of air source heat pumps. It is crucial that the industry looks towards these heat pump solutions as we strive to use fewer fossil fuels to ultimately help the UK achieve its target of net zero by 2050.”
Training on air source heat pumps at GTEC is now available for just £160 plus VAT*. The three-day course, suitable for experienced plumbing and… Read Full Article
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