10146NAT Course in Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning – Minimum Australian Context Gap
The Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas Legislation Amendment Bill 2003 apply to this qualification.
This course is for overseas workers who want to come to Australia and gain a Refrigeration and Air Conditioning licence. Australian Trade Training College delivers this course Australia wide.
This course includes:
- Training and assessment all core competency standard units, and one elective competency standard unit
- Training and assessment for the required knowledge for Australian Electrical Standards and refrigerant handling, conducted via online learning
- Training and assessment for the required skills component, conducted via face-to-face practical demonstrations and observations.
Who is eligible for the Course in Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning – Minimum Australian Context Gap
Entry to this course is strictly limited to holders of an Offshore Technical Skills Record (OTSR) for UEE32211 Certificate III in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning.
It is a requirement learners be in relevant employment and hold all relevant permits so work hours can be logged and employer verified for completion of e-Profiling.
How to enrol for the Course in Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning – Minimum Australian Context Gap
Requirements for completion of this qualification
Pathways from this course by successfully completing the required components above goes toward achieving UEE32211 Certificate III in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning.
Course in Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning – Minimum Australian Context Gap
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