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Air conditioning and Cooling training courses

Syllabus : This course have been designed to provide a theoretical and practical knowledge of the mechanics behind a Cooling and Air conditioning system.
All the knowledge provided here are used in modern day real life applications. This course starts from the basic physics and gradually moves onto design calculations and eventually sizing and selection of equipment involved in a refrigeration system.

Audience : Air conditioning and Cooling maintenance professionals

This learning path will fit to the needs of professionals that would like to earn a certification and stay informed on Cooling and Air conditioning systems. If you would like to operate as a freelancer or to enhance your team efficiency, you will appreciate to be able to follow those courses at your own pace.

Pre-requisites :

Basic knowledge of physics, you can also opt for the full learning path

Air conditioners
Air handling units
FCU – Chilled beam
Frequently Asked Questions
HVAC Learning courses are developed by a team of teachers and professionals with 20 years expertise on the field and in the classrooms. You can learn at your own pace, for the price of a few coffees
Exercises are part of the courses, with the solution each time. At the end of the course you need to pass a test with 80% of good answers to qualify. A pdf exercise is also provided to complete the training if necessary.
All of the HVAC skills cannot be fully listed here but here are a few examples :
Refrigeration Systems : refrigerant types, refrigeration cycle principles, and the operation of components like compressors, condensers, and evaporators.
Air Distribution Systems: principles of air distribution, including ductwork, grilles, registers, and diffusers. Knowledge of airflow calculations, duct sizing, and balancing is necessary for proper system performance.
Ventilation Systems: Understanding ventilation principles and requirements is important, especially for ensuring indoor air quality. You will learn also about ventilation fans, air exchanges, filtration systems, and exhaust systems.
HVAC Technician/Installer, Refrigeration Technician, HVAC Instructor or Trainer, Energy Auditor, HVAC student, DIY homeowner enthusiast, HVAC Designer or Draftsperson, HVAC Sales Representative, HVAC Engineer. Each courses are following a learning path from basic to advanced knowledge