Brussels, 8 May 2017: To shed light on the crucial topic of training and capacity building, shecco surveyed over 340 industry experts and analysed in depth the offer and demand of training for natural refrigerants in Europe.
“GUIDE Training Europe replies to a strong demand in the market for more information on training on natural refrigerants in Europe. The GUIDE will hopefully serve to facilitate access to the existing training offer, and raise awareness of this key topic going forward”, says Alvaro de Oña, shecco’s Chief Operating Officer.
Analysis on training today and tomorrow
The GUIDE reveals the findings of the biggest survey to date on the issue of natural refrigerants training in Europe. With over 340 participants, the GUIDE includes an analysis of survey results featuring:
In-depth market and policy analysis
The GUIDE details pertinent EU and national policies relevant to training on natural refrigerants in Europe. You can also find a thorough analysis of professional qualifications required for different types of profile in the HVAC&R sector.
The GUIDE presents the most relevant and successful case studies regarding the training on natural refrigerants in Europe. From free online resources to EU-funded training actions and dedicated training centres, you can find state-of-the art training initiatives supporting the development of natural refrigerants.
Complete training directory
The GUIDE Training includes the most complete directory of training offer on natural refrigerants in Europe. The Directory will help you find the most suitable training provider and content across Europe, in your language and adapted to your needs.
Read the GUIDE Training Europe for free here.
For the last 16 years, market accelerator shecco has been active in helping bring climate friendly technologies faster to market. shecco supports over 100 partners worldwide in the HVAC&R sector, where the focus is on sustainable refrigeration, heating & cooling technologies using natural refrigerants. shecco offers a variety of services in three areas: 1) media, including online industry platforms, magazines and a catalogue of dedicated research reports; 2) market development, including market research, consultancy and public affairs services, as well as special international projects; and 3) events, including international conferences and national workshops.
Alvaro de Oña
Chief Operating Officer and Head of Media