What’s the future of boiler maintenance? Find out at free APHC and Worcester Bosch workshops
The APHC and Worcester Bosch are hosting a series of workshops during March designed to help gas engineers stay up to date on the future of boiler maintenance. The Association of Plumbing & Heating Contractors will also be providing an overview of future developments relating to TrustMark, ECO, Green Deal, Competent Persons Schemes and Microgeneration Certification.
Worcester Bosch will be highlighting a worrying trend towards consumers opting to not have their boilers serviced regularly because they appear to take the view that manufacturers will cover any potential issues under the warranty.
It will be giving an insight into how boiler manufacturers are applying the terms and conditions of their warranties more stringently and how boiler servicing and preventative maintenance will evolve to incorporate the whole system in terms of balancing, water quality maintenance and the proactive replacement of wearable parts.
APHC will begiving an overview of developments and government announcements regarding TrustMark, ECO (Energy Company Obligation) and Microgeneration Certification Scheme, and what these mean for gas engineers.
The morning workshops will take place on:
19 March – Midlands
Worcester Training Academy, Worcester Bosch, Cotswold Way, Warndon, Worcester, WR4 9SW
20 March – North Wales
The Oriel Hotel, Upper Denbigh Road, St. Asaph, Denbighshire, LL17 0LW
21 March – North East
Wakefield Training Academy, Normanton Industrial Estate, DeVilliers Way, Normanton, Wakefield, WF6 1GX
26 March – South East
Holiday Inn Express Dartford Bridge, University Way, Dartford, Kent, DA1 5PA
27 March – South West
Okehampton Training Academy, Moor Training, Barowe House, Beardown Road, Okehampton EX20 1UA
28 March – South Wales
International Suite, Newport International Sports Village, Velodrome Way, Newport, NP19 4RA.
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