The open day was held at TQ Environmental in Wakefield, the site of the new training facility. Over the last two years, Fujitsu has been working closely with the business to develop leak detection solutions which complement its products and the requirement to satisfy BS EN378 (safety and environmental standards).
Throughout the open day – also attended by A-Gas, Advanced Engineering and Javac – advice was provided by industry experts alongside demonstrations of air systems and leak detection equipment.
TQ recently opened a new office in Wakefield, which served as a perfect opportunity for Fujitsu to work with the company to provide a modern training facility. Fujitsu had also been seeking an opportunity to strengthen its presence and training facilities in the North of England. The new site is close to Leeds and just minutes from junction 40 on the M1 – the ideal location for all major cities in the North.
Martyn Ives, technical service manager at Fujitsu, commented: “This open day was not just to announce the opening of the new training centre; it was also about making our customers aware of the latest technologies and solutions in our industry.
“We have been focusing on providing practical training courses to our customers that are within easy reach. It is vital for engineers to attend training courses, but when they are spending hours travelling around the country it can cost their business money. Therefore, we decided to add a northern training centre to our already extensive list of centres that we have across the UK and Ireland.”
From next month, new courses will be running at all seven of Fujitsu’s training centres across the UK and Ireland. These will include installation, maintenance, troubleshooting, software design and selection courses. For more information visit: https://www.fujitsu-general.com/uk/support/training/index.html