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F-Gas-Training (4-Days)

£795.00

Newcomers to the Industry, Apprentices, Career Changing & Up-Skilling Engineers and persons who wish to work within the Refrigeration, Air Conditioning, Industry.

The course covers all practical and theoretical aspects to successfully complete the City & Guilds 2079 F-Gas & Ozone Depleting Substances Certification Course.

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F-GAS TRAINING (4 Days)

WHO WILL BENEFIT FROM THIS TRAINING?

Newcomers to the Industry, Apprentices, Career Changing & Up-Skilling Engineers and persons who wish to work within the Refrigeration, Air Conditioning, Industry.

The course covers all practical and theoretical aspects to successfully complete the City & Guilds 2079 F-Gas & Ozone Depleting Substances Certification Course.

The aim of this unit is to provide the candidate with the knowledge and practical skills required to undertake leak checking, recovery, installation, service and maintenance of stationary refrigeration, air conditioning and heat-pump equipment that contains refrigerants which are classified as either fluorinated (F) gases or ozone-depleting substances (ODS) to meet Category I theoretical and practical requirements.

Successful candidates will demonstrate the application of practical skills to successfully fabricate and examine pipework, undertake pressure testing, evacuation and record completion, refrigerant charging, leak checking and record-keeping, and recover refrigerants and oil and preparation for disposal.

Successful candidates will be qualified to undertake leak checking, recovery, installation, service and maintenance of equipment.

The aim of this unit is to provide the candidate with the knowledge and practical skills required to undertake leak checking, recovery, installation, service and maintenance of stationary refrigeration, air conditioning and heat-pump equipment that contains refrigerants which are classified as either fluorinated (F) gases or ozone-depleting substances (ODS) to meet Category I theoretical and practical requirements.

Successful candidates will demonstrate the application of practical skills to successfully fabricate and examine pipework, undertake pressure testing, evacuation and record completion, refrigerant charging, leak checking and record-keeping, and recover refrigerants and oil and preparation for disposal.

Successful candidates will be qualified to undertake leak checking, recovery, installation, service and maintenance of equipment.

PRACTICAL LEARNING OUTCOMES.

  • Identify basic systems, terms, principles, units and how these relate to theory and thermodynamics of vapour compression cycles and refrigerants
  • Identify the causes and effects of global warming and climate change
  • Identify the causes and effects of ozone depletion
  • Identify stationary refrigerant, air conditioning and heat-pump system components, functions and leakage risk
  • Identify the hazards and safe working practices for the installation, commissioning and handling of refrigerants
  • Fabricate and examine pipework
  • Undertake pressure testing, evacuation and record completion
  • Undertake refrigerant charging, leak checking and record-keeping
  • Undertake recovery of refrigerant and oil and prepare for disposal.

(Information Source, City & Guilds).

WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS TRAINING?

Candidates who are currently working with, or are looking to work with air conditioning systems, refrigeration systems and heat pump systems and can demonstrate some subject skills and knowledge.

This qualification is the legal minimum requirement or persons working with systems containing fluorinated and ozone-depleting gases including refrigerants.

ASSESSMENT TYPE.

  • Closed Book Multiple Choice Exam (40 questions) 80 mins
  • Practical Assessment

 


 

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Course Dates

26th – 29th October 2020, 9th – 12th November 2020, 16th – 19th November 2020, 30th Nov. – 3rd Dec. 2020, 14th – 17th December 2020, 4th – 7th January 2021, 18th – 21st January 2021, 1st – 4th February 2021, 15th – 18th February 2021