Max-Top announces courses for installers in Dublin

Kitchen and bathroom surface manufacturer Max-Top has announced that it will be running quarterly training courses in Dublin.

The courses in Dublin, which are designed to demonstrate the preparation and installation of its quartz surfaces, will run alongside its existing training sessions in Manchester and Reading.

The courses have been developed for installers of surfaces, as well as people who sell and design surfacing.

“We launched Max-Top Quartz in Ireland earlier this year with our new partner, the Panelling Centre, and we have already experienced sizeable orders coming through,” said Max-Top managing director Stephen Moss (pictured). “The natural next step in our Irish expansion is to deliver our bespoke training courses in the region to cater for our new business growth.

“The half-day course covers the benefits and structure of the unique surfaces in great detail. Attendees can also watch a live demonstration of the machinery and cutting equipment required for installation.”

Moss concluded: “Attendees leave the course with profitable installation skills and comprehensive product knowledge, both of which are vital for confident selling. Each delegate can also purchase a discounted installation kit and obtain a free sample display box which includes a full set of the ten finishes available as well as a cross-sectioned block of surface, which showcases its unique interior. Other marketing aids, which are regularly being updated, may also be handed out after the demonstration.

“We urge anybody interested in registering for Max-Top’s upcoming Manchester, Reading or Dublin courses to email [email protected].”

Course dates are:

Manchester: Friday, September 16; Friday, October 14; Friday, November 18; Friday, December 16

Reading: Thursday, September 15; Thursday, October 13; Thursday, November 17; Thursday, December 15

Dublin: The Dublin training course will run from October onward with the date to be confirmed in the coming weeks.

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