6 training courses found
Module 1 has been designed to provide the essential practical knowledge in automotive air conditioning fundamentals and refrigerant handling. This enables technicians to carry out refrigerant recovery only, in a professional, safe and legal manner.
This course takes the candidate a stage further in their understanding of mobile air conditioning and climate control systems and covers the servicing, inspection and testing of specific components within the a/c system, including some basic fault finding exercises. It also covers specific air conditioning servicing and repair techniques which will help the candidate to identify faulty components and understand the requirements necessary to carry out repair and/or replacement of these components.
This 5 day F Gas Category 2 course is ideally suited to personnel with allied trade qualifications such as a NVQ Level 2 or above in Gas, Electrical or Plumbing or for those with previous air conditioning/refrigeration experience. This is the most popular version of the F-Gas course for new entrants into the air conditioning and refrigeration industry with a successful pass rate of over 97%.
This is a level 3, 2-Day course for those looking to achieve a formal qualification in the safe use of oxy-acetylene and current brazing techniques. The industrial certificate requires candidates to create leak free joints using copper/copper, copper/brass and copper/mild steel on a range of differing copper pipe sizes up to 13/8".
This course covers advanced diagnostics and repair techniques for Mobile Air Conditioning Systems (MACS) and completes the full C&G 7543 Certificate.
This is a level 2, 2-Day course for those looking to achieve a formal qualification in the safe use of oxy-acetylene and current brazing techniques. More and more companies are insisting that personnel involved in air conditioning and refrigeration work hold a certificate in brazing as proof of competance and compliance to industry standards.