We are pleased to announce the official
opening of the TechXchange Academy in Madrid on Friday 28th March.
The Academy is based in our Tyco FPP premises which also hold various offices,
warehouse and a gas-refilling station.
A mix of more than 40 customers and visitors
from Spain and the Southern region were welcomed by various European and
Spanish Tyco Management and colleagues.
A ribbon cutting by Vicente Mans, President
of Technifuego AESPI, Spanish Fire Protection Association officially opened the
new TechXchange Training Academy, he stated, “I am pleased to have been invited
to open the TechXchange Academy; this small scissor represents a big step in
the education and development of the Fire Protection industry in Spain, which
we are very proud of”.
During the day an overview of the practical
and theory based training courses available from the TechXchange Training
Academy was provided, leaving visitors with a comprehensive view of the
facilities and services(including our gas refilling station) provided by Tyco
Fire Protection Products.
TechXchange Academy is the ideal way to share our industry leading expertise
with our customers and for them to get up to speed with the latest training
courses. We will be running a full schedule of programmes in 2014, including
technical, educational theoretical and hands‐on sessions for our
Sprinklers, Sprinkler Alarm Valves, Gaseous Suppression Systems, Restaurant
Fire Suppression Systems, Fire Detection and Alarm range and Care
Facts & figures
100m² conference room also
facilitating Detection and Care Communication hands-on capability
90m² Sprinkler, Suppression
&, Foam hand-on training room
12m² spray Cold
Spray Demonstration capabilities for Sprinklers, Nozzles and Low Pressure
Yearly planned activities: > 50 sessions,
>300 Trainees, in > 35 different courses
A handbook providing details about the Training Center, travel,
accommodation and how to book the training sessions is currently being worked
on and will be available shortly.
The Madrid Facility is part of our EMEA Training Strategy where we
are aiming to be close to our customers and serve them with training and
education to upgrade fire protection knowledge in the industry and ensure that
our systems are designed, installed and maintained according Tyco standards.
Other TechXchange academies in EMEA supporting this approach are located in
Enschede, Goteborg and Manchester, with a new training centre soon to launch in
Dubai and another one in early stages of planning in Rodgau.
For further information on the Madrid TechXchange Academy please
contact Leopoldo Camacho firstname.lastname@example.org or Isa Alp email@example.com.