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Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning mechanics work with the cooling systems that regulate our temperature over our long hot summers. Work can involve maintaining and repairing individual units, all the way to engineering elaborate cooling systems, in either homes, buildings and vehicles. Mechanics install, service and repair cooling systems, including split systems, and work with Heating, Ventilation and Cooling (HVAC) systems.

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EAB06 Automotive Air Conditioning Skill Set Skill set Online
Midland
Automotive, Automotive Electrical, air conditioning, auto, servicing, vehicle, car, ac, air con, Aircon, heating, ventilation, HVAC, refrigerant, Australian Refrigeration Council,

Meet the licensing requirements for automotive air conditioning

If you have an automotive or other relevant qualification and require a Refrigerant Handling Licence then our Automotive Air Conditioning Skill Set is the ideal study pathway for you.

When you successfully complete this skill set you'll meet the training requirements to obtain a Refrigerant Handling License. Applying for a license is done through the Australian Refrigeration Council’s website www.arctick.org Opens in a new window - see the Australian Refrigeration Council for further information about licenses.

This course is delivered through a combination of online study and on-campus practical components.

AUR20218 BDQ6 Automotive Air Conditioning Technology Certificate II Online
Midland
J371, TAFE02, Automotive, Automotive Electrical, aur20212, air conditioning, auto, servicing, vehicle, car, AUR20216, O000004, O000000, ac, air con, BAG0, AUR20216, Aircon, AUR20218, BDQ6, heating, ventilation, HVAC, refrigerant, Australian Refrigeration Council,

Meet the licensing requirements for automotive air conditioning

When you successfully complete this course you'll have what employers are looking for in an automotive licensed air conditioning technician.

North Metropolitan TAFE offers this as a standalone course, but if you are an apprentice student close to completing the AUR30616 Certificate III in Light Vehicle Technology or AUR30316 Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology,  you have the opportunity to gain the Certificate II in Automotive Air-Conditioning Technology as well.

This course is delivered through a combination of online study and on-campus practical components. You can also apply for Recognition of Prior Learning where appropriate.

The AUR20218 Certificate II in Automotive Air-Conditioning Technology is required to obtain a Refrigerant Handling License. Applying for a license is done through the Australian Refrigeration Council’s website www.arctick.org.

Gain these skills
  • Service heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems
  • Retrofit and modify
  • Diagnose and repair faults
  • Workplace safety and health
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I have the following attributes:

  • Ability to work well with manual hand tools and technical aptitude
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Good vision and hearing
  • Communication and customer service skills

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