Invision offers Nest training, as Smart homes warm up

posted on Friday, 27th February 2015 by David Slater

Training  Smart home  Invision UK 


Leading distributor Invision UK has announced its first Nest Labs training courses. Invision UK Nest Training will run from six locations around the UK: Bury St Edmunds, Chester, Crowthorne, Glasgow, Sheffield and Wyboston. The sessions, says the distributor, will be practitioner-led, and theory and practical based. It’s all well and good learning about the products you sell, but making them work is quite another, it notes.

The Invision UK Nest training courses will run on the following dates:
March 3 Sheffield
March 19 Bury St Edmunds
April 8 Birmingham
April 13 Bury St Edmunds
April 15 Crowthorne
April 28 Huddersfield
April 29 Glasgow
May 19 Bury St Edmunds
May 21 Crowthorne
May 27 Birmingham

Nest has led the Smart thermostat revolution, recently expanding into other areas of home integration, such as smoke and carbon monoxide alarms. The Smart home infrastructure sector itself is expanding fast. By taking part in the full day course delegates will become a Nest Pro, adept at how to install, setup and integrate these products with familiar CI control solutions. The course cost is £149 (Plus VAT). Delegates will also receive a Nest learning thermostat to take away.

For more on Invision UK’s product portfolio and services, visit our partner page here.

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David Slater

David Slater started his writing career with SVI writing a popular column, he has also guested on publications like Home Cinema Choice and
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