Learn how to get the most from your Hamworthy commercial heating and hot water products with commercial boiler training.


Our experience shows that those who take part in our training sessions have more confidence and competence in running the machinery; meaning less chance of downtime.

We offer training to all our customers in the UK. All Hamworthy training is delivered either at your site, so that the content is fully tailored for your own personal need. Or you could choose to have a practical demonstration at one of our training centres.

Delivered by Groupe Atlantic engineers with years of product knowledge and industry experience, the training guides attendees through the servicing of Hamworthy products to ensure they are operating at their maximum efficiencies.

Hamworthy commercial boiler training

Training centre courses

Commercial boiler training sessions are split into two: half classroom based and half hands-on training with Hamworthy boilers.

A typical training outline comprises: 

  • 9.30am - Welcome and Introduction
  • 10.00am - Hands-on product training 
  • 12.30pm - Complimentary lunch
  • 1.00pm - Resume hands-on product training 
  • 3.30pm - Training finishes

All attendees will receive a training handout, Hamworthy product literature and a certificate of attendance.

Our training centres

Take a look at the facilities and products at each of our commercial heating training centres: 



Poole Head Office, Dorset


How to book

We run set courses throughout the year. You can see our upcoming course dates here . If there are no dates available, please register your interest here to join the waiting list.

On-site training

There are two tiers of on-site training for you to choose from: 

Tier one: This is tailored to Gas Safe registered engineers, covering fault-finding, maintenance of boiler and hot water plant, including the operation of any Hamworthy boiler controls modules. 

Tier two: This is tailored to Boiler/Plant room operators, who may not be Gas Safe registered. This includes understanding fault codes, associated control operation etc.