Sources from Taco, Cranston, RI, report the company is offering additional professional development opportunities for plumbing and heating contractors. The company’s FloPro Factory Training returns in 2010, with a new course and several new locations throughout the U.S. Taco sources say the additional classes will make it easier for contractors to participate in advanced hydronic systems training. This factory training is available only to members of Taco’s FloPro Team, which is a free, contractor training and development program. HVAC contractors can learn more about the FloPro program or register at floproteam.com.
According to John Barba, Taco’s hydronics trainer, participants will learn to grow their hydronic expertise and increase business profitability. All classes offer useful information and hands-on experience. Taco returns with its most popular courses — the ‘Compleat’ Boiler Room, and Hydronic Heat Loss 7 Design — and adds a new course, Hydronic Control Strategies, all of which will be offered at five locations nationwide beginning in February. All classes are NATE-Recognized and NORA Approved.
Taco FloPro Factory Training is advanced training for hydronic installers and designers.