Bitzer’s new approach to refrigeration training is more specific

Bitzer, refrigeration, training

Bitzer has developed a new concept for training customers in refrigeration technology. It includes new content, plenty of practical exercises and more specific training activities. It also enables Bitzer’s specialists to meet the needs of far more participants in each of the seminars. The highlight is that participants can select their required area of specialisation before a seminar, enabling specific topics to be addressed in detail in small groups.

Michael Hendriks, head of technical communication and training, says, One of the key points of the new concept is that we can train more people and yet make sure we are transferring a lot of practical knowledge in small groups.’

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