HVACR technicians from across Australia can achieve accredited CO² training via the newly opened, Sydney Beijer Ref Academy. Beijer Ref and Superior Training Centre Pty Ltd (RTO ID Number 41122) have collaborated to offer the only nationally accredited CO² course currently running in Australia on state-of-the-art equipment in a custom-built facility.
“This is an important step forward in the upskilling of technicians in CO² systems technology. The training combines theory and practical and technicians are working on the latest equipment within the Beijer Ref Academy.”
Upon successful completion of the 2-day course attendees are awarded a statement of attainment (see below for details) The accreditation is authorised by Superior Training Centre and recorded against the technician’s unique student identifier.
This course is composed of 2 units designed for air conditioning and refrigeration mechanics looking to upskill in CO² refrigeration systems to comply with current safety legislation.
The unit UEERA0006 – Apply safety awareness and legal requirements for carbon dioxide refrigerant involves the skills and knowledge required to apply safety awareness and legal requirements for carbon dioxide (CO²) refrigerant. It includes applying safety and legal requirements when handling, using, and storing CO² refrigerants. The skills and knowledge in this unit will be applied by those managing, supervising, or working in or near a location that contains refrigeration equipment using CO² refrigerant. These could include managers, supervisors, maintenance staff, cleaners, employees and refrigeration and air conditioning technicians
The unit UEERA0066 – Repair and service carbon dioxide refrigeration systems involves the skills and knowledge required to repair and service carbon dioxide (CO²) refrigeration system. It includes servicing and repairing refrigeration equipment using CO² as a refrigerant excluding self-contained trans-critical systems. It also includes applying safe working practices and refrigeration principles that apply to CO²; following service manuals; testing, locating and rectifying faults and defective components; and completing the necessary service documentation. The skills and knowledge in this unit will be applied by refrigeration and air conditioning technicians during the service and repair of refrigeration systems using CO² refrigerant.
The two (2) unit’s training duration is two (2) full days.
Delivered in Beijer Ref Academy:
2 Kirby Pl, Bankstown Aerodrome NSW 2200
After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:
$1,650 for interstate travellers
$1,100 for locally based technicians.