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Engineer’s training program goes national
December 8, 2010

Developed initially in Melbourne, the training program provides a unique opportunity for engineers currently employed in the HVAC industry to gain knowledge and a better understanding of fan types, fan laws and best practise application. Courses have since been held in Tasmania, South Australia, Queensland and NSW.

Fantech’s Market Development Engineer Daniel Tan said 50 consultants and contractors attended the training in Brisbane and, most recently, about 30 in Sydney. “Most of the guys have been working in the industry for a number of years and wanted to brush up on their technical fan skills,” he said.

The revamped one day program includes presentations from Fantech’s technical experts on a range of key concepts including: fan selection, noise management, air movement and the Do’s and Don’ts of ventilation design. In addition, it is a great opportunity for the attendees to network and meet new people in the industry. Participants taking part in the program may also be eligible to claim CPD points.

Fantech Chairman Jack Pirie said the attendances were fantastic and clearly indicated there was a strong demand to be met. He encouraged engineers to contact Barb Parker in the Melbourne office to find out more about the program and when it would be available in their state.

The next programs are scheduled for the 7th and 9th of September in Perth and will be followed by sessions in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch later in September.

Barb’s contact details are phone: (03) 9554 7804 or email bparker@fantech.com.au.


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