Redflow is partnering with leading Queensland training company EIM Training to provide training for its current and future installation partners on how to deploy and configure its ZBM2 and ZCell batteries for a range of energy storage applications.
EIM Training, a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) that meets standards agreed to by Federal and State Governments in Australia, has for eight years held the Preferred Queensland Supplier (PQS) contract from the Queensland State Government.
EIM Training will deliver a Redflow-specific installer training program every month from its campus on the Gold Coast. The two-day program, which will be authorised by Redflow, will cover the design, installation, maintenance and fault-find elements of its batteries. The program’s first intake is scheduled for October.
Redflow Managing Director and CEO Tim Harris said the new training program was part of the process of re-establishing the Company’s sales, training, implementation and aftersales support infrastructure. “With a predictable supply of quality batteries coming from our new factory in Thailand ready for delivery in the coming months, we can now support and grow our partner channel, both in Australia and internationally,” he said.
This training program is a full hands-on course for both installers and system specifiers, which will cover all aspects of the battery, its installation and configuration, including all the latest updates and changes made over the past 12 months. The training program delivers a comprehensive understanding of Redflow’s battery and the Redflow Battery Management System (BMS), along with access to online resources so installers have the latest information at their fingertips for every job.
Redflow’s first fully-subscribed training program will run in early October 2018 at EIM Training’s Southport campus on the Gold Coast, with more to follow. Click here for more details on the Redflow Training Page.