We Offer Something Different
- Our state of the art mobile training facility allows both you and your employees to train on your own premises due to...
- Unlike other training centres which require you to travel and possibly stay over night if far away, we travel to you so...
- Dave Birchmore, Frigerair's Lead trainer has been working in the Refrigeration industry for over 52 years which allows Frigerair to pass on...
why choose us
In a world where time is always an issue, but regulations must be adhered to, we at Frigerair Training Ltd are going to make life just that bit easier for you.
Construction Skills have awarded us approval to provide a mobile centre for your training purposes. This means that we can take the classroom part of the assessment on your premises, and the practical part in our mobile facility.
No more hotel bills for your staff, or time away from home, making this a win-win situation for everyone.
Personnel with certificates issued before the 8th March 2009 were considered to be qualified up to the end of July 2011 to work on F-gas RAC systems, so it is imperative to update the qualification or to apply for an interim certificate based on experience.
Since July 4th 2011 installing, commissioning, servicing and other refrigerant handling on static RAC systems that use hcfc and hcfc refrigerants can only be handled by qualified personnel.
Since July 4th 2011 any person carrying out works without certification will be liable to legal implications and fines, for more information please visit www.defra.gov.uk/fgas
Dave has provided training for many candidates that have approached Climate Centre in the past. His professionalism, friendly approach and wealth of knowledge in thermodynamics is what sets Dave apartClimate Centre
Frigerair Training have helped us provide F-Gas training for several of our large clients within the Telecommunications sector. We have found them to be professional and reliable and especially likeQA Training
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