Viessmann Academy Canada launches its 2015 training webinar schedule
The Viessmann Academy has announced the launch of its new 2015 Training Webinar Schedule. These regularly scheduled webinars cover a variety of topics, which provide a convenient way to learn more about innovative products by Viessmann. These free web-training sessions are typically one hour in length, and are intended for all Viessmann customers: contractors, distributors, engineers, designers and sales representatives.
“With the launch of our new webinar series we are making it much easier for Viessmann customers to learn more about our extensive line of innovative heating products”, says Rob Waters, Manager Viessmann Academy, Viessmann Manufacturing Co. Inc. “Our webinar series covers many different aspects of the Viessmann product offering including solar water heating systems, residential and commercial condensing boilers, touch screen controls, and our new hydronic air handler”.
You can find the full webinar schedule and full webinar descriptions on the Viessmann Academy website. Pre-registration is required for all webinars, and after sign up, all the log-in information will be emailed to you. “The webinar schedule will be updated as new webinars are added, so we encourage customers to check in there often” says Rob Waters. “We will also be launching our Academy Web Archive in September, which will give 24/7 access to all of our past webinar recordings. So if you miss one, don’t worry, as you will be able to view any of them whenever you have the time”.
Viessmann also suggests that you follow them on Twitter or Facebook, which will instantly keep you up to date with all the current and upcoming webinar topics.
The Viessmann Group is one of the world's leading manufacturers of heating, cooling and renewable energy systems. Family-owned since 1917, Prof. Dr. Martin Viessmann leads the company in its third generation. The group today employs over 11,500 employees worldwide and has a turnover of approx. 2.2 billion Euro. 22 manufacturing facilities in 11 countries, sales & distribution facilities in Germany and 74 other countries, and 120 sales offices worldwide provide customer proximity and a strong global presence. Exports account for 56% of sales.
Visit www.viessmann.ca for more information.
Waterloo, July 2015