This qualification can help you to work and progress as a:
- Refrigeration engineer
- Air-conditioning engineer
- Heat pump system engineer
Focusing on the major principles of F-Gas and Ozone depleting substances (ODS) in stationery refrigeration, air-conditioning and heat pump systems, learners who successfully complete this qualification will be legally entitled to work on these systems within the UK in line with the 2009 F-Gas and ODS Regulations.
Course Booking Fee: £ 400,00 (for available dates please contact us).
Remaining Balance of £680.00 payable before the start date.
Total Course Fee: £1080.00
Price shown is discounted price and apply only for early bookings, please contact us for further details.
How is this qualification assessed?The learner will be assessed against this qualification by one 40 question on-screen multiple-choice exam and practical assessment. Grading for this qualification: Pass/Fail.
- Basic working principles of the system (thermodynamics of vapour compression and refrigerants)
- F Gas Regulations
- Identify causes and effects of Ozone depletion
- Refrigerants including blends and alternatives
- Identify air conditioning, and heat-pump systems components
- Identify Refrigerant hazards
- Environmental impact of refrigerants and energy usage
- Correct use of gauges
- Pressure testing
- Evacuation and record completion
- Charging Systems
- Leak checking
- Recovery of refrigerant and oil and disposal
- Pipework jointing and brazing
- System performance testing
Learners must have the maturity and potential ability to meet the requirements of the assessment criteria for each learning outcome of these qualifications. Learners must have the minimum levels of literacy and numeracy to comply with the health and safety aspects of the scheme, the completion of the learning outcomes and the assessments.
Achievement Upon Completion
At successful completion of this course learner will receive a City & Guilds Level 2 award in F-Gas and ODS Regulations - Category I (City & Guilds 2079-11) certificate.