Dunham-Bush supports apprentices at college

Dunham-Bush, fan coil unit

Dunham-Bush has contributed to the training of apprentices on day-release courses at Cambridge Regional College by supplying its latest Lynx fan-coil units and complete control systems. They have been installed in their workshops by apprentices on the heating and ventilating level two course. A significant part of training at the college is to offer simulated installation conditions, which has been greatly enhanced by Dunham-Bush providing products for full hands-on training that is close to actual site conditions.

Martin Johnson, programme leader at the college, said, ‘It is well known that educational establishments do not always have the financial resources to equip their workshops as they would like. They often have to rely on the generosity of manufacturers to assist in supplying the equipment for apprentices to work with.’

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