Due to COVID restrictions it is no longer commercially viable for us to renew our QQI Accreditation.  Therefore we are no longer in a position to offer QQI certified training such as F-gas

We now offer Continual Professional Development online courses using our online video tutorials, learning supports and 3D interactive training simulator. The online courses are as follows:

Introduction to Refrigeration Principles & Air-Conditioning Systems  

This course is designed for Mechanical, Electrical and Maintenance Personnel who  have limited refrigeration knowledge and experience to assist them with meeting their requirements to‘up-skill’.

Introduction to safety awareness for handling flammable refrigerants

This course provides an awareness of the skills and knowledge to safely handle hydrocarbon & Flammable refrigerants during installation, service, maintenance and disposal. The course is designed for the experienced engineer who work on systems containing Hydrocarbon and Flammable Refrigerants.

The above are currently in development phase and will be made available shortly. Once live this notice will change to details on how to enroll on each programme.

9 thoughts on “Refrigeration Training Courses”

Matt Cahill · November 2, 2018 at 8:40 am

hi garrett . was looking for details on when the next f gas courses are.thanks Matt

    RTadmin · March 1, 2019 at 10:22 pm

    Dates for next F-gas are Wednesday March 27th Day 1, Thursday April 4th Day 2 and Monday April 8th Day 3

mohamed mallek · February 4, 2019 at 10:45 am

hello sir
i am writing just to tell many thanks to the gentleman who gave f-gas course on youtube Channel this is amazing he has clarified many issues in which was confusing to most service engineers i myself have recently taken f-gas course it was not as clear as you have explained it you have an extraordinary teaching methods and fantastic analogy. once again thank you for EXPLAINING condensing and evaporating approach, you have clarified the difference between (delta T total) and (delta T) fantastic please carry on doing this. if you could explain an other confusing issue which is dewpoint and bubble point some article indicate that dewpoint occur in condenser and bubble point in evaporator on the other hand some indicate the contrary please could you elaborate on this matter thank you

    RTadmin · March 1, 2019 at 10:14 pm

    Thank you for your complimentary comments I am glad you found the videos useful. I hope to be in a position to make more shortly. Dew and Bubble does get confusing but for my part I try to keep it simple and think about how it applies to service in the field. When it comes to measuring subcooling I calculate the difference between Bubble point temperature and condensing temperature. For superheat I calculate the difference between dew point temperature and evaporating temperature. Hope this is helpful.

Richard price · February 26, 2019 at 1:48 pm

Hi I’m looking for a course to help enter the refridgeration industry my deseased father was a qualified engineer and after some time in sales / phone sales I wish to move somewhere else.

Will this qualification allow me to gain employmentloment a trainee engineer

    RTadmin · March 1, 2019 at 7:43 pm

    Hi Richard,
    The standard procedure to become a qualified refrigeration engineer is through the apprenticeship scheme. Contact Solas for more information.

thomas · May 19, 2019 at 6:58 pm

Hi there,
when is your next FGAS certification course.
And what location/s are the courses.

Sudeepto Bose · June 4, 2019 at 1:25 pm

I and my colleagues are looking for a CO2 handling and installation course. Do you have a training course on this, please?

Thanks and kind regards
S. Bose

Nishant Singh · August 14, 2019 at 10:26 am

Sir I had done b tech in mechanical and I m working with a company in refrigeration dep .I am interested training in your institution .please reply me.
Nishant kumar

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