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UK-based cooling solutions provider Airedale International, in a bid to support its customers and business partners, has launched a data centre design and maintenance training programme in the Middle East
According to the company, Airedale International previously had started a three-day pilot programme, which was attended by more than 100 individuals from its end-user client base, consultants, contractors and business partners.
As a result of the pilot’s success, Airedale International would be rolling out an extensive programme throughout the Middle East, which would initially focus on Bahrain, Kuwait and Qatar, stated the company.
Stuart Fenwick, regional technical works officer at the British Embassy Dubai, said, “It is refreshing to see manufacturers taking an active interest in training their customers in this market.”
The programme was carefully tailored to the different needs of the audience and ranged from installation, commissioning and service requirements to strategies for datacentre design meant to support business development as well as specifiers and consultants, added Airedale International.
Keith Nicholls, training manager at Airedale International, noted, “The training was intended to provide a comprehensive understanding of Airedale International’s precision cooling products. This is the start of an ongoing process with our partners and clients in the region.”