Toshiba demonstrates its training facilities in Manchester

Published:  03 June, 2015

air conditioning, Toshiba, training

Toshiba Air Conditioning recently joined forces with installer BL Refrigeration to host a 2-day training event at Toshiba’s new state-of-the-art training centre in Manchester. It was attended by staff from consultants Arup, Cogan & Shackleton and WYG, all based in Belfast.

The programme included hands-on demonstration of the latest working systems and a tour of Toshiba’s web-based equipment-selection and technical-support tools. These include a full SEER/SCOP calculation package, refrigerant charge and fault-code identification software.

The combined network of 13 Toshiba training centres has the capacity to train some 2000 engineers a year, making the company one of the largest providers of air-conditioning training in the UK.

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