About the course
This course package is suitable for new entrant non-experienced engineers who want to work as refrigeration and air-conditioning engineer in the building services industry. Those wishing to enter the refrigeration and air-conditioning industry can also use this course as a means of gaining the required knowledge and experience. This certificate enhances both theory and practical knowledge. It can lead to employment in the air-conditioning and refrigeration industry.
This qualification covers many subjects within the RAC and Heat Pump (HP) systems. At level 2 these include the scientific principles behind RAC and HP systems, the functions and features of the RAC and HP systems and installation, decommissioning, and service and maintenance of RAC and HP systems. The learner will also gain an F-gas certificate in order to register under a competence scheme.
- Health and safety in building services engineering
- Scientific Principles within RAC and HP Systems
- Apply scientific principles to practical vapour compression systems
- Functions and features of RAC and HP systems
- Service and maintain RAC and HP systems
- Install and commission RAC and HP systems
- Electrical systems for RAC and HP systems
- Handling fluorinated gases and ozone-depleting substances Category I Personnel
- Understand how to communicate with others within building services engineering
- City and Guilds 2079 F-gas certificate top up
17 weeks, 2 days per week
17 weeks, 2 evenings plus Saturday per week
This course costs £4,000 VAT inc. The cost includes training, assessment, learning materials and certification.