Daikin UK to kick off CPD-accredited Future Thinking seminar series in November

Developed by Daikin UK experts, the seminars will explore the increasing challenges of designing a sustainable built environment.

Building services and HVAC engineers can choose from two CPD seminars that will build their knowledge of the latest generation of energy efficient heating and cooling technologies. Daikin UK technical expert, Martin Passingham will offer expertise on low carbon heating solutions in building design while Graham Wright, legislation specialist and President of FETA, will impart his knowledge on F-Gas regulations 2015, R22 replacement solutions and future refrigerants.

Attendees will further be able to collect CPD points on topics including heat recovery, Part Regulations Part L 2013 as well as BREEAM 2014.

Engineers will have the opportunity to advance their knowledge of the latest technologies and design techniques, and get a chance to meet professionals from across the heating and cooling community. Daikin UK is encouraging early registration at the events to avoid disappointment.
 
·       Bristol, Hotel Du Vin, 12th November
·       Glasgow, Blythswood Square Hotel, 13th November
·       London, Ham Yard, 20th November
·       Birmingham, Hotel Du Vin, 26th November
·       Winchester, Hotel Du Vin, 27th November
·       Leeds, Mailmason, 27th November
·       Manchester, Mailmason – 2nd December

To learn more about Daikin UK’s Future Thinking programme and to register for one of the events, please visit www.daikin.co.uk/futurethinking

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