New training days from Johnson & Starley

Johnson & Starley has added two extra dates to its sold-out free training for fault finding and repairs on its range of warm air heating systems – on 8 and 9 August.

The training program is designed for heating engineers and contractors who already hold their DAH1 qualification and wish to expand their knowledge and skills in servicing, maintaining, and repairing warm air heating systems. It aims to provide participants with the necessary technical knowledge and practical skills to effectively diagnose faults and perform repairs on Johnson & Starley warm air heaters.

The training will cover a range of topics including:

  • Understanding the basic principles of warm air heating
  • Identifying common faults and their causes
  • Diagnosing and repairing faults
  • Replacing key components, such as the fan, heat exchanger, and control board
  • Performing routine maintenance tasks to ensure the smooth operation of the heater.

The training will be delivered by experienced trainers from Johnson & Starley and will be held at the company’s head offices in Northampton, NN4 7LZ from 10:30am to 2:30pm. Places are limited, so early registration is advised.

Contact to register.

Johnson and Starley offers free lead generation to all installers registered on its database.  All customer enquiries are replied to with a full suite of literature, replacement options and the names of up to three installers in their area.

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