Train online on Navien’s LCB700 blue flame oil boilers
Navien’s on-site training is set to resume in June, and it has simultaneously created a complementary e-training course that focuses on the key elements of its LCB700 blue flame oil boilers.
The online training provides information on installation and controls, through to servicing and maintenance. The 20-minute course is in four sections and covers a variety of topics, including an overview of the range and key components; boiler installation; understanding the front display, menus, settings and error codes; plus essential service and maintenance information. Each section is designed to expand gas engineers’ knowledge of the LCB700 boiler and provide a comprehensive overview.
National technical manager Sean Keleher says: “Our online videos are designed to provide installers with the skills they need for fast, easy installation and servicing. Plus, engineers who successfully complete the e-training will receive a free and exclusive gift.”
You can get in touch with your local Navien representative to find out more about attending an onsite training day at one of the company’s specialist facilities throughout the UK, and register for online training.
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