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Aqua-Hot to offer training courses in Florida, NRVIA event

Aqua-Hot to offer training courses in Florida, NRVIA event

FREDEERICK, Colo. — Aqua-Hot Heating Systems is offering its certified technician training in three additional regional locales this year, as well as at its Colorado facility, the company announced today.

Training takes place in Tampa, Fla., Aug. 14 and in Lake City, Fla., Aug. 15.

The course will be offered Oct. 2, just prior to the National Recreation Vehicle Inspectors Association inspector’s conference taking place Oct. 5–7 in Athens, Texas.

The course provides eight hours training credit toward RVDA-RVIA Service Technician Training. Registration is at www.aquahot.com/authorizedservicetraining.

During the eight-hour course, Aqua-Hot certified training offers a comprehensive overview on all current products. Hydronic heating principles are covered, as are diesel and LP burner design, maintenance, diagnostics and repair. The day includes lunch and costs $200.

Techs will receive online access to current troubleshooting manuals, an electrode adjustment tool, refractometer for testing ethylene glycol and propylene glycol antifreeze, and a discount on additional tools. A certificate of achievement, Aqua-Hot cap, iron-on technician patch and ID card are mailed to students upon completion.

For those unable to attend the regional events, Aqua-Hot offers technical education at its Frederick, Colo., training center where 15 dates are scheduled throughout 2018.

For more information, call 303.651.5500, email marketing@aquahot.com or visit www.aquahot.com.

SOURCE: Aqua-Hot press release

 

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