Air conditioning and refrigeration specialist, Airedale International, has now published its 2016 training programme.
The British manufacturer, which has been running courses since the 1980s, offers a range of professional and practical instruction at its CITB Construction Skills approved centre in Leeds, covering 37 separate sessions and 100 days of training.
Courses are designed for all levels from starter to expert, and delivered by engineers with many years of experience. In addition to regulatory compliance, course topics range from how to install, commission and maintain systems to advanced techniques in maximising energy efficiency. To support theory-based instruction, the air conditioning, electrical and brazing workshop areas at Airedale’s dedicated training school allow valuable practical skills to be developed. Last year Airedale added two regulatory reassessment courses in F-Gas J11 and Essential & Refrigeration electrics which have proved to be very popular.
For larger groups, Airedale will work with clients to design tailored sessions covering topics such as airflow in ducted systems, component identification and uses, psychrometrics, sound and sound measurement, and controls.
Formed in 1974, Airedale has consistently taken the lead in the development of high performance applications incorporating the latest technologies such as low global warming potential (GWP) refrigerants, EC fans, inverter driven compressors, software controls and free-cooling, ensuring a safe pair of hands for those business investing in training with the company.
Airedale is also accredited by CIBSE to offer a range of on or off-site continuing professional development (CPD) programmes developed specifically for the needs of contractors, building service and consulting engineers interested in furthering their knowledge of data centre and HVAC technologies, with topics ranging from aisle containment to performance metrics and maximising energy efficiency.
The British manufacturer will also continue its training programme to clients, contractors, engineers and business partners throughout the Middle East which was attended by more than 100 individuals last year. The delegates were joined by HVAC Technical Works Managers from the British Embassy in the UAE and Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The pilot programme was welcomed by Stuart Fenwick, Regional Technical Works Officer, British Embassy Dubai who said: “It is refreshing to see manufacturers taking an active interest in training their customers in this market”.
For more information please visit: http://www.airedale.com/web/Training-Events.htm