Drayton hosts free expert panel on upskilling to heat pumps

Drayton hosts free expert panel on upskilling to heat pumps

This spring, Drayton will be supporting installers looking to upskill to renewables with free live expert panels on The Drayton Community Facebook group. 

Continuing on Wednesday 20 March at 7pm, Drayton will be welcoming industry experts including Richard Burrows, Kimbo Betty, Damon Blakemore and more to The Drayton Community to discuss the transition of becoming a heat pump installer. As well as sharing advice and tips for anyone looking to upskill in the near future, they’ll also be sharing their personal experiences and how they found making the switch. 

Following this, throughout April and May there will be further expert panel sessions digging deeper into the topic; exploring key themes and questions raised by members of The Drayton Community in the comments and from the Q&As. 

Clare Weller, Trade Marketing Manager at Drayton, comments, “With consumer demand for heat pumps continually growing, we’re seeing more and more installers begin to explore upskilling and expanding their businesses to include renewable installations. At Drayton, we’re here to support heating engineers along the way, and with our industry expert guest speakers, we hope to provide them with the information and guidance needed to take that step. As well as gaining valuable insights, the live interactive expert panels are a great way to connect with their peers who have already transitioned – or are currently doing so – and get any of their burning questions answered either by our panellists or in a future session.” 

Join the upskilling to heat pumps live expert panel on Wednesday 20 March, join The Drayton Community on Facebook here.

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