It’s not a stretch to say that refrigeration and air conditioning is vital to mankind’s survival.
When you consider surgical operations can’t happen without refrigeration facilities, or that there’d be no transport of meat without refrigeration – then you start to understand how important the role refrigeration and air conditioning technicians play in society.
On top of this, a record number of air conditioning units are being installed in homes and buildings each year, meaning demand for services are rapidly increasing.
An effective team player?
A great planner and organiser?
Able to use initiative and innovation to solve problems?
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Click here to learn more from an apprentice beginning her career in the climate control industry! Article courtesy of Climate Control News.
Learn about employment level and growth, earnings, hours of work, employment by State/Territory and the main employing industries at the JOB OUTLOOK Australian Government website.
Read a research report on the challenges and recommendations for the commercial HVACR industry in Australia (courtesy of AMCA). Click here to read.
This qualification is the cornerstone of the climate control industry. It provides competencies to select components, install, set up, test, fault find, repair and maintain refrigeration systems and equipment that apply to food storage and preservation, air conditioning and air distribution equipment in buildings and premises.
It also includes regulatory requirements for purchasing and handling refrigerants and leads to the national ARCTick licence required by law for people working on RAC systems in Australia. Read more about the Certificate III in refrigeration and air conditioning on the Australian Government’s myskills website
Visit the Australian Government website http://training.gov.au/ to read more about apprenticeships, courses and registered training organisations nearest you.
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