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Airedale launches 2017 training programme

Airedale launches 2017 training programme

Date: 22nd November 2016  |   Posted by: Airedale Team  |   Posted in: Press release

Airedale International Air Conditioning, Leeds, UK, November 22, 2016

Air conditioning and refrigeration specialist, Airedale International, has now published its 2017 training programme which is designed to ensure engineers keep up-to-date with the latest developments in the industry.

The British manufacturer, which has been running courses for over 20 years and has remained at the forefront of technology since its conception in 1974, is offering a plethora of classroom and practical instruction at its training centre in Leeds.

Designed from starter to expert, topics range from how to install commission and maintain systems to advanced techniques in maximising energy efficiency. They also include a regulatory reassessment course in F-Gas categories 1-4 for attendees to keep ahead of the fast approaching bans on refrigerants, quota reductions and the move towards low global warming potential refrigerants.

Airedale will also continue to offer CIBSE accredited Continuing Professional Development (CPD) training which can be tailored to specific needs.

All courses will take place in Airedale’s state of the art training school based in Leeds which was opened in April 2016 and features:

  • Training classroom featuring the latest conferencing technology

  • Various air conditioning and refrigeration training rigs demonstrating different refrigerants and the latest in measurement and testing technology – including air ducting, measurement and chilled water systems

  • Brazing area equipped to provide new and experienced learners with the necessary skills required to correctly install refrigerant pipe work

  • Electrical area designed to give a practical understanding of safe working when designing, wiring and testing electrical assemblies as well as the correct fault finding techniques

Delegates can now see a 360˚ Virtual Tour of the training facilities and for
further information on the 2017 training programme please click here.

View the 2017 course calendar

Download the 2017 Training brochure PDF

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