UK: Airedale has relaunched its HVAC training courses at its centre of excellence in Leeds.
Having closed throughout the pandemic to prevent virus transmission, the training centre reopening means the full range of BESA Academy accredited courses, essential for engineers working with HVAC equipment and refrigerant gases, are once again available for registration.
This includes the BESA Academy accredited F-Gas category 1 course and other BESA Academy accredited courses including pipework and brazing, safe isolation of electricity and refrigerant controls, alongside a variety of Airedale certified air conditioning courses and CPDs.
The Airedale training centre offers a mix of both classroom and practical teaching in its purpose-built workshop.
Announcing the re-opening, training manager Duncan Hitchcox said: “Whilst it was essential to temporarily close to protect our teams, we also have to balance that with the urgency of delivering accredited training that permits engineers to work across the UK in areas that are governed by legislation.
“Our practical training rooms make a difference. Explaining the theory is one thing, but being able to practice it in a purpose-built workshop with genuine HVAC equipment is what most engineers say is invaluable to their learning. Online learning doesn’t allow for that.”
A full list of courses and booking instruction can be found here.