REHAU Offers Enhanced Radiant/Geothermal Training

REHAU, Leesburg,VA, has announced the 2009 schedule of Skill Builders training classes offered throughout the U.S. and Canada by REHAU Academy.
The schedule includes traditional three-day comprehensive Skill Builders Complete training courses, as well as three types of Skill Builders Focus Sessions tailored to the specific needs of experienced radiant contractors and heating professionals. The latter comprises a half-day Radiant Installers Focus Session, a one-day Radiant Designers Focus Session and a Geothermal Systems Focus Session. Focus Sessions will be scheduled throughout the year, and specific dates can be found by visiting the REHAU Academy website:
Facilitated by experienced REHAU professionals, Skill Builders Complete seminars will be held on the following dates and locations (asterisks indicate trainings held at REHAU locations):

Skill Builders Complete:

  • Feb. 25-27 – Leesburg, Va.*
  • March 18-20 – Reno, Nev.
  • March 25-27 – Boise, Idaho
  • May 6-8 – Niagara Falls, Ont.
  • June 3-5 – Vancouver, B.C.
  • June 17-19 – Halifax, N.S.
  • July 8-10 – Denver, Colo.
  • July 22-24 – Minneapolis, Minn.
  • Aug. 19-21 – Leesburg, Va.
  • Sept. 23-25 – Niagara Falls, Ontario
  • Oct. 7-9 – Chicago, Ill.*
  • Oct. 28-30 – Saskatoon, SK
  • Nov. 18-20 – Leesburg, Va.*

In February 2009, REHAU Academy began offering a series of specialized one-hour webinars on radiant design, project estimating, radiant heating system benefits, installation techniques, and snow and ice melting systems, as well as product-specific tutorials on pipes, fittings, manifolds and the RAUPANEL™ system. Participants receive an online test following each webinar, after which they will receive a certificate from REHAU for each successfully completed test.
For additional information on REHAU’s Skill Builder training classes, contact a regional sales coordinator or call REHAU Inc. at 800.247.9445.

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