Electrical services explained

To bring engineers whose professional training has not included electrical services up to speed, Mid Career College is organising a series of 3-day courses at eight venues across the country from November to May next year. Theys are aimed at mechanical and HVAC engineers, facilities and estates managers, architects and building-services engineers. Their scope covers system design, operation and maintenance. Delegates will develop their own engineering judgments and confidence when engaging with colleagues, other professionals and external companies. A comprehensive set of notes will be given to each delegate. The fee is £960 + VAT, with a substantial discount for early booking. More information from Mid Career College on tel. 01223 880016, fax 01223 881604.

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