The course on offer meets the requirements of the regulating body, the Australian Refrigeration Council (ARC), for the issuance of a restricted Refrigerant Handling Licence. On the 1st of July 2005, the Australian Government implemented a licensing scheme to support regulations under the Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas Management Act 1989, designed to reduce emissions of environmentally harmful refrigerant gases. Anyone wanting to install, service or repair an air conditioner, or any other piece of refrigeration and air conditioning equipment must be a licensed technician under the regulations.
Neil Beveridge - SkillBuild
7:30 am - 3:30 pm. Morning tea and lunch provided
Confirmed details as below
Venue: Tasmania - Launceston (Tramshed Centre, 4 Invermay Rd, Invermay, TAS)
2 Days: Mon 12th - Tue 13th August 2019
Venue: Albury (SkillBuild, 481 Young St, Albury, NSW)
2 Days: Mon 7th - Tue 8th October 2019
Venue: Darwin – Winnellie (8 Swan Cres, Winnellie, NT)
2 Days: Thu 21st - Fri 22nd November 2019
This is not a generalist Engineering course and all Pre-Requisites are outlined below. The course is designed for people already employed in the electrical and plumbing industry. The course units on offer are those specified by the Australian Refrigeration Council (ARC ) which will let you apply for a Restricted Split System Air Conditioning Refrigerant Handling Licence if you successfully achieve the required competencies in those units
Participants undertaking this course will be billed through their existing Middy’s account.
Class sizes limited to ensure quality hands-on training. Spaces allocated on first in first served basis.