The Air Conditioning, Refrigeration, and Heating* program teaches the skills required to diagnose, maintain, and repair residential air conditioning and commercial air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration equipment. Students learn refrigeration through work with freezers, cold rooms, and ice machines. Federal environmental reclamation and recycling standards are taught. In the air conditioning and heating portion of the course, students are taught current technology relating to central air conditioning and window units, heat pumps, gas and oil-fired furnaces, and related ductwork. Principles of alternative energy are taught through radiant heat.
As refrigerators become more advanced, the world has seen a growing need for refrigeration experts. This is because today’s refrigerators are supposed to provide multiple uses. From cooling food to storing it for a longer period and even repelling insects, a refrigerator today does so much more than ever. This means that up-to-date skills are needed in the field of refrigeration repair and maintenance.
Air conditioning is the process of removing heat and moisture from within an occupied space to improve occupant comfort. In construction, a complete system of heating, ventilation and air conditioning is known as AC. Air conditioners and refrigerators work the same way. Instead of only cooling the small isolated space inside a refrigerator, an air conditioner cools a room, an entire house, or an entire Hall. Air conditioners use chemicals that can be easily converted from gas to liquid and vice versa. This chemical is used to transfer heat from the air inside a home to the air outside. The machine has three main parts. They are a compressor, a condenser and an evaporator. The compressor and condenser are usually located in the outdoor air part of the air conditioner. The evaporator is located inside the house, sometimes as part of a furnace. This is the part that heats our home.
A basic air conditioning course teaches students the basic of air conditioning systems in residential and commercial buildings. This is a compulsory course for anyone starting an HVAC degree or certificate programs. Building HVAC service is a very important domain, and AC Technician Course is in high demand all over the world.
The following to be applied in a manner consistent with its purpose: Basic concepts of HVAC system, Knowledge about AC components and their working functions, Understanding of refrigeration cycle, Basic knowledge in electrical field. Based upon the precaution checklist one should be capable of installing and also supervising
The ease of handling and maintaining of tools, Preparation of installation checklist and service reports, Preventive maintenance, Diagnosis of troubleshooting and Behavior skills. Meanwhile one has to have the basic knowledge of unitary air conditioning unit’s installation, and also the estimation of works and time management.
In the Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technician program's courses, you'll acquire a broad knowledge of the design, installation and service techniques of heating and air conditioning systems for commercial and residential settings. To ensure you're fully prepared for your career, you'll gain the know-how you need through hands-on activities, learning to maintain, size, and select equipment for air conditioning and refrigeration application.
Trainee will be trained on identify the requirement of the customer by interacting with him, conduct installation and demonstrate the product to the customer’s satisfaction, Conduct successful repair of the product to customer’s satisfaction and get his signatures on job sheet and collect payment, if any, as per company’s policy, Comply with standard operating procedures for different types of air conditioners, Illustrate the soft skills that are required to carry out work efficiently and Comply with the standard safety procedures to maintain a safe work area. An Individual should be free from socio-economic prejudice and preferences. The trainee should be proficient in handling and safety conscious and the use of safety equipment. A trainee should be energetic, motivating, innovative and good at communication. The trainer ought to be able to use innovative ways to impart directions and to establish rapport with the trainees.
International College of Technical Education.
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Office # 27, Second Floor, Maryam Shadi Hall Plaza
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Rawalpindi, Pakistan 46000.
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