New training initiative will help foodservice equipment service engineers do their job
A new training initiative has been launched that will help foodservice equipment service engineers do their job. The Service Engineers CPD Forum, which has been organised by CESA in conjunction with CEDA, will cover a variety of service and maintenance hints and tips, as well as common diagnosis issues and prevalent faults that occur through lack of maintenance. Led by experts in their equipment category fields, the event takes place on Wednesday 9th October at the First Choice training centre, Cannock. It costs just £42 (including VAT) plus booking fee for members of CESA and CEDA, or £84 plus booking fee for non-members.
The Forum covers ten different equipment categories, of which delegates choose seven, allowing them to tailor the course to their needs. The categories are fryers, refrigeration, combination ovens, warewashing, water treatment, accelerated cooking, induction, sous vide, ice makers and test equipment.
“The whole idea is to give delegates key information and insight on day-to-day issues through one-to-one sessions with experts from relevant manufacturers and suppliers,” says Graham Skinner, chair of the CESA service providers and spare parts committee. The content is aimed at foodservice equipment service managers and engineers. “We anticipate they will share the in-depth knowledge and insights they gain with their work colleagues.”
Once delegates have registered to attend the Forum, they can fill in an online form to select the sessions they want to attend.
To find out more about the Service Engineer CPD Forum contact Jocelyn Carr at 0207 793 3029 or email [email protected].
Tickets can be booked here.
The Catering Equipment Suppliers Association (CESA) is the authoritative voice of the foodservice equipment industry, representing 200 companies who supply, service and maintain all types of commercial catering equipment – from utensils to full kitchen schemes. For more information on CESA visit www.cesa.org.uk