FGE Eurofred embarks on major investment in Fujitsu air-conditioning training

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Plans for future growth — Tony Gittings of FGE Eurofred.

FG Eurofred has embarked on a major investment in training facilities and courses for air-conditioning installers and contractors of Fujitsu brand products. Sales director Tony Gittings says, ‘A major investment in training and training facilities — and Internet-based training programmes – is an integral part of our plans for future growth.

‘Our approach to training will include the standard practices of bringing contractors together to show them the range of installation techniques with our product range — this will also include commissioning on our VRF products — by utilising conventional face-to-face training methods.’

The one-day on-demand-courses are led by tutors with in-depth knowledge and experience of Fujitsu products. They are held at FGE Eurofred’s fully equipped air-conditioning training and demonstration facility at its headquarters in Elstree,

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