Refrigeration Training

Foundation in Small Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems

Introduction

This introduction into the refrigeration and air conditioning industry is designed for engineers who need to expand their knowledge and experience.

Through both classroom-based and hand-ons training it aims to provide a greater understanding of the refrigeration and air-conditioning industries.

Learn how to use tools and equipment of the trade, identify and handle various refrigerants, as well as service and repair cooling systems.

Installation and maintainence of refrigeration and air-conditioning piping and tubing, electrical apparatus and circuits is also covered.

Course objectives/key benefits

This course provides an introduction to the basic theories and principles of refrigeration and air conditioning, as well as examining major system components, gas laws, pressure/temperature relationships, tools of the trade, electricity for the service technician, an introduction to heat pumps, psychrometrics, heat transfer, air distribution and the essentials of pipe-work installation.

Who is the course aimed at?

Anyone wishing to enter the refrigeration, air conditioning or heat pump industries.

Entry requirements/pre-requisites

There are no pre-requisites, although a plumbing/heating background would be highly advantageous.

Course content

Course duration

The course is run over ten days, which can be flexibly split over two five day modules.

Training Method

Theory and practical workshop

Assessment

Practical assessments and written papers

Course outcome/qualification

Upon successful completion candidates will be able to undertake the relevant refrigeration assessment(s).

Materials provided

Candidates will be provided with a training pack

Prices

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