It pays to train with Buderus

Buderus, boiler, training

Commercial and industrial boiler manufacturer Buderus is offering hands-on training for installers wanting to make the changeover from domestic to commercial installations, with the chance to claim their money back. The 5-day course consists of three days of training and two days of assessment based around the changeover from domestic natural gas to commercial natural gas. It also covers commissioning, servicing, repair and breakdown of commercial boilers.

On successful completion of the course, each installer’s company will be given two vouchers, each worth half the course fee, that can be used to purchase a Buderus boiler.

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