We offer a number of training / assessment programs to suit differing levels of candidate experience;
A) Suitable for candidates who can perform all of the practical tasks and have an excellent understanding of the underpinning knowledge required.
B) Suitable for senior experienced engineers who only need to review the course content prior to the assessment.
C) Suitable for experienced engineers who have good retained knowledge of City & Guilds 2078 and now require the additional underpinning knowledge to update to the latest legislative requirements.
D) Suitable for engineers who require a better understanding of the concepts of refrigeration & air conditioning, thermodynamics and the current legislation, but have sufficient skills to undertake the practical tasks.
E) Suitable for engineers who require a better understanding of the concepts of refrigeration & air conditioning, thermodynamics, the current legislation and also require a refresher to undertake the practical tasks.
F) Suitable for any level of candidate, but best suited for those who prefer an informal style of training, spread over a number of training sessions. Candidates can attend an unlimited number of training sessions within a period of six months and have, included within the costs, two attempts at both the theory & practical assessments.
Note: All courses are aimed at candidates will prior experience within the refrigeration / air conditioning industries. Candidates new to the industry should look at attending a basic refrigeration training course before attempting the City & Guilds 2079 qualification.
Bespoke training courses, different from the choices mentioned above, can be arranged on request.
We also offer the facility to retake either the theory or practical assessments, regardless of which centre the original assessment was taken.