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Article Date: 16th May 2018

Mitsubishi Electric - CPD Guides & Seminars

CPD Guides - CPD Seminars - Air Conditioning - Hybrid VRF

Mitsubishi CPD seminars

Mitsubishi Electric is accredited by the Construction CPD Certification Service in many different areas. We have produced a number of Industry Information Guides that are available to download from our digital library. These cover both the key legislation affecting the construction industry, and the technologies that are leading the way. We also run a number of CPD seminars that can be held at your local office.

CPD Guides
There are a number of factors that affect the changes currently taking place in the construction industry. One of the main changes is the F-Gas phase-down which will affect those involved in the use of refrigerants in air conditioning equipment.

To help guide you through these changes we have two key CPD guides to give you further information on why the Government is enforcing this phase-down of refrigerants, and explain how you and your customers can comply by either choosing low Global Warming Potential (GWP) refrigerants like R32 or use an air conditioning system with lower refrigerant levels such as Hybrid VRF.

Courses & Seminars
Our CPD seminars allow you, as a business or individual in the construction sector, to develop and enhance your understanding of new technologies, legislation and regulations, in order to provide a practical solution.

Our CPD Accredited seminars are given by members of our Consultant Sales Team and allow you to gain CPD points. You can arrange a face-to-face seminar with your local Mitsubishi Electric Consultant Sales Manager by using the email option below.

First-Hand Product Experience
We have equipment installed at our regional UK offices so you can come along and see how it works in real life. We also have on-site training rooms in many of our regional office where you can get hands on with every aspect of our systems including the inner components and control systems.

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