Heating and air conditioning systems manufacturer, Fujitsu, claimed a first for heat recovery skills in Northern Ireland recently with its first accredited training centre in the country.
Fujitsu accredited South Eastern Regional College (SERC) as its first specialist training centre to teach apprentices skills in reducing carbon emissions using heat recovery systems in buildings.
“We have been very impressed with the College and the vast array of equipment that apprentices train on and are delighted to have the opportunity to provide equipment that will enhance training and skills development. Air conditioning systems offer simultaneous heating and cooling to different parts of a building to maximise energy efficiency. Engineers working on them need to have the appropriate training.”
“This new technology will allow our apprentices and engineers in the sector to train on the latest heat recovery equipment. We pride ourselves on developing work ready graduates and modern equipment is critical to enable us to do this. I really want to thank Fujitsu for their generous donation. This will give engineers and apprentices the opportunity to work with and train on the latest equipment, giving them the skills they need to be successful in the sector and maintain a competitive edge.”
Find out more about the heat recovery courses at SERC by calling Emma Finney on 028 9262 6777 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.