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Article Date: 20th September 2017

Waterloo Air Products - Earn CPD Hours

CPD Hours - Air Distribution - Air Movement - Cooling Systems

Waterloo Air Distribution CPD

For designers, specifiers, contractors, consultants and building engineers looking to earn CPD hours, they can now book their place on Waterloo Air Products PLC’s ‘An Introduction to Air Distribution’.

On the course, attendees will hear from one of Waterloo’s air distribution experts. They include Andrew Wardle, Northern Sales Manager, Alex Macfarlane, Southern Sales Manager, Alan Smith, Commercial and Export Markets Manager, and Roy Nutley, Technical Advisor. The course covers the basics of air distribution including typical air movement effects, cooling systems, the effect of heat gains, alternate systems and selection guidance.

"It’s so important to share knowledge and information with industry peers," says Rick Edmondson, Chairman at Waterloo. "Working collaboratively doesn’t start or end with each project. It’s an ongoing process to ensure people who work in our industry have access to the best information possible.

"It’s great that we can now support consultants, contractors, specifiers, architects and building engineers with their CPD and help them to earn hours towards it. We’re looking forward to welcoming people to Waterloo, and for them to learn about the importance of air flow and the effect it can have on an internal environment."

Waterloo’s course is approved by the CIBSE CPD Approval Panel, they said: "Just read the Waterloo intro to air distribution. What a great CPD presentation, easy to understand and all the basic principles and system types covered. An exemplar worthy to be on our directory."

The presentations will be followed by a Q & A and the course is free to attend at Waterloo’s head office in Kent, at its Manchester office, or it can be held at customer’s premises too.

To book your place please click here or use the email option below:

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