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Face-to-face product training return at Baxi’s Commercial Training Academy

Posted: Monday, May 23rd, 2022

Baxi Commercial Solutions has announced the return of face-to-face product training at its Warwick Commercial Training Academy.

HVP reports that the Commercial Training Centre was originally established to ensure that heating engineers have the opportunity to refine their skills and gain practical experience in a real-world environment.  

The company's free product training courses are designed to help contractors and installers develop their knowledge of the commercial heating and hot water appliances within the Baxi Commercial Solutions portfolio, which brings together some of the best-known brands in the British and Irish commercial heating and hot water industry, including Remeha, Andrews Water Heaters, Potterton Commercial, and Heatrae Sadia.

However, two years ago all training was forced to move online when the pandemic struck.

Commenting on the reopening, Martin Walton, commercial training officer at Baxi said: “We’re delighted to be able to provide a safe welcome to those attending our Training Academy and a return to face-to-face product training.

“The full-day format lends itself to hands-on training sessions in which engineers can learn valuable tips about installation, commissioning and maintenance of key product ranges and practise their new skills in a safe environment..

“We also offer bespoke training for distributors focusing on identifying the best appliance for their customers’ requirements.” 

Baxi Commercial Solutions will continue to offer a wide choice of free online product training sessions. 

“Our aim is to maximise learning opportunities by providing flexible training options,” Walton explained. “These shorter, specially designed 90-minute online courses have proved highly popular over the last two years. They continue to remain in high demand now with those unable to take part in a full one-day training course.  

“We see real value in offering both formats to accommodate all learning styles and requirements,” he added. “Both courses will build confidence in working with our products – which will not only benefit those attending but will result in a better service for the end-user.” 

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