New Website launched

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We also have a live chat feature in which you can talk to one of our helpful staff members.

HETAS H006 System Chimney Course

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Booking our H003DS Dry Appliance Installer course? Save 30% on our bolt on H006 System Chimney course when booked at the same time!

HETAS H003DS Course Feedback

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Some great feedback we received from our last HETAS H003DS Dry Appliance Installer course!

HETAS H003DS Dry Appliance Installer Course

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Join us for our next H003DS Dry Appliance Installer course at our Waxman Training Academy in Elland, West Yorkshire.

HETAS Live! Returns to Waxmans this April

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We’re pleased to announce that after the success of last year’s event, we’ll be hosting another HETAS Live! event on Wednesday 5th April 2017 at Waxman Training’s purpose-built Academy in West Yorkshire.

New Year, New Courses

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January is now in full swing and so are the many solid fuel businesses across the UK; getting back into action after a few well deserved weeks of festive hibernation.

Start the New Year with a HETAS Qualification

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Waxman Training Academy offers the complete portfolio of HETAS courses to ensure installers throughout the North of England can top-up their skills or kick start their career in solid fuel.

Keep your customers safe this Christmas

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It’s that time of year where most families start to hibernate, opting for cosy nights in front of the fire over venturing outdoors. Although this set-up maybe perfect for living up to the hygge hype, there could be many unknown dangers in the home that threaten the health of many UK homeowners this Christmas time.

Are you supporting Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week?

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Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week takes place from Monday 21st – Sunday 27th November 2016 and Waxman Training Academy is showing its support. Set up to raise awareness of the danger of carbon monoxide, the campaign is in its eleventh year and gaining momentum annually, but still need further impetus to make a difference.

A Tradesperson in the North? You're in a minority

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A recent study by Direct Line for Business has revealed that the North of England is less populated by tradespeople than in the South.  In fact, the new analysis has shown that Yorkshire & Humber and the North East have some of the lowest numbers of tradespeople in the UK.