|Location of Course
||Refrigeration Skillnet Training Centre
Unit 7 Northwest Centre,
Northwest Business Park,
||Improve your understanding of RAC systems and the underlying theory
Test your existing knowledge and skills and your aptitude for a career in RAC
See the theory applied to live RAC systems in a dedicated RAC workshop
Gain a solid base knowledge of RAC technology with a view to exploring further learning opportunities
Get better value from RAC product training provided by suppliers
Gain hands-on experience of RAC equipment as you strip down and rebuild a complete refrigeration circuit.
||Tel: 01 885 5200
||This course is particularly well suited to learners who are:
working in the RAC sector with no previous training on RAC fundamentals, e.g., sales and support staff, new employees,
technical staff with other trade backgrounds or disciplines,
considering further education (e.g., an apprenticeship) or a career in the RAC sector,
responsible for the purchasing or operation of refrigeration, air conditioning or heat pump systems.
|Careers or Further Progression
||Level 2 Certificate in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
City & Guilds 2079 F-Gas & ODS Regulations For Stationary RAC
||This course assumes no previous knowledge of refrigeration and air conditioning technology.
It will give learners a basic - but solid - understanding of the fundamentals of refrigeration, the main system types and components, the range of applications, including air conditioning and heat pumps, the use of controls, and the key provisions and impact of recent legislation on the sector.
|Enrolment and Start Dates Comment
14th / 21st / 28th February 2013
6th / 13th / 20th 27th March 2013
3rd April 2013
||One Day a week for 8 weeks
||Refrigeration Skillnet is a not-for profit, industry-led learning network for companies in the refrigeration, air conditioning (RAC), heat pump and fire engineering sector in Ireland. The Refrigeration Skillnet is funded by member companies and the Training Networks Programme, an initiative of Skillnets Ltd. funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Education and Skills.
|Number of Places
||Subsidised training for Refrigeration Skillnet network member companies.
(not a member?... see www.refrigerationskillnet.ie for info)