Overview

Due to the current circumstances, M&M Training have developed the ability to attend our training courses virtually. Our virtual courses are designed to recreate a classroom experience online, enabling full interactions with the tutor and classmates. 

In these uncertain times, safety is paramount. Therefore, having the correct training in place allows your workplace to operate more efficiently and safely. 

If you wish to trial a training course enabling you to see how it performs – please get in touch. 

Check out the Combustion Engineers Association’s (CEA) newsletter featuring details on the first ever online BOAS Cat 2.

  • Safe
  • Convenient
  • Work from Home
  • Less Travel
  • Cost Effective
  • Time Efficient
  • No Classroom Limit

Attending our virtual classroom couldn’t be easier. The minimum things you require are:

  • Steady Internet Connection
  • PC / Laptop / Tablet / Mobile Phone
  • Speakers / Headphones
  • Webcam
  • Access to E-Mail’s
  • Microphone

For full requirements, please see click here.

Questions?

Please do not hesitate to contact us for anything.
We are here to help. 

Virtual Steam Utilisation (SU)

£250 / person (excl. VAT)
  • 5 Year Accreditation (£95.00)

Virtual Boiler House (BH)

£250 / person (excl. VAT)
  • 5 Year Accreditation (£95.00)

Virtual Water Treatment (WT)

£250 / person (excl. VAT)
  • 5 Year Accreditation (£95.00)

Virtual BOAS (Shell & Tube Boilers)

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  • 5 Year Accreditation (Included)

As a newly appointed manager, I recently attended the virtual BOAS Cat 2 – Shell Type Steam Boilers delivered on Zoom. The course was expertly delivered by M&M Training Services and governed by the CEA. The course was extremely informative and gave us great insight into the daily operation and management of boiler house operations and steam usage.

Ross Neale

Jardin Corrugated

It was very well delivered, engaging and extremely
informative, so congratulations to them for this very successful effort...I had
intended carrying on with my normal day job and just listen in from time to time, but it was so interesting that I stayed on the course throughout.

David Kilpatrick

CEA