Drayton Launches Facebook Group To Keep Installers Connected

Drayton Launches Facebook Group To Keep Installers Connected

Drayton has launched a Facebook group to help the installer community stay connected.

In a time where a lot of heating engineers, plumbers and electricians are experiencing more downtime, The Drayton Community Facebook group has been launched to provide a forum where members can not only engage with each other, but Drayton can also provide them with the latest industry updates and business advice.

The Drayton Community Facebook group will feature live interactive videos from the Drayton team, discussing various topics including new products, legislation, business management, training, trade body messaging, as well as fun activities such as quizzes and competitions.  

This new Facebook group is just one of the ways Drayton is currently supporting installers. The online training academy, 9º Know How, already provides professional installers with a platform to expand their knowledge of Drayton’s smart heating control, Wiser, from the comfort of their own home. Only taking 30 minutes, installers can complete the training to become Wiser Approved and be ready to reap the benefits.

To join The Drayton Community Facebook Group, click here, and here to access Drayton’s online training academy, 9º Know How.

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