Start your training at the Refrigeration and Climate Control Centre of Excellence (RCCC), a nationally and internationally recognised training facility. 

This hands-on pre-apprenticeship will give you a broad understanding of the refrigeration and air-conditioning industries.

You will learn how to use tools, electrical wiring and equipment of the trade as well as identify various refrigerants.

During this refrigeration and air-conditioning course you will learn flaring, welding, pressure testing and leak testing in regards to refrigeration systems, and practical applications with electrical apparatus and circuits.

On completion of this Certificate II pre-apprenticeship, you will receive a White Card enabling you to work safely on a building site. This will give you a better standing when applying for an apprenticeship with an employer.  It will set you on the path as a sole trader, or to working for a contracting company with a career in refrigeration, air conditioning or appliance servicing.




National Code 22261VIC
Study Areas Electrical
Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
Study Level Pre-apprenticeship
Study Type Local
Study Mode

FT: 10 weeks

Course Type Pre-apprenticeship
Campuses Box Hill Campus​​

Tuition Fee Type Estimated Fee
Free TAFE^ $0.00
Gov. Subsidised - Standard $1,214.00
Gov. Subsidised - Concession $243.00
Service Fees Estimated Annual Fees
Service & Amenities* $155.00
Core Skills Support** $75.00
Annual Material Fees $366.40
Retain Course Items*** No fee applies

^ This course is on the 2019 Free TAFE list - find out more.

* Does not apply to VETiS or Short course students.

** Does not apply to VETiS, International students, Short Courses, Graduate Degrees , or re-enrolling students who re-enrol in the same course.

***Retained Course Items are purchased by the student once prior to commencing. The course items bought by the student become the property of the student. Such items retain a generic application for other purposes outside the student's course of study (e.g. textbooks).

Annual student tuition & material fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. Fees listed are for 2019 and may increase annually over the duration of delivery. Advertised start dates and delivery locations are subject to viable student numbers. For more information please contact our Course Advisors on 1300 BOX HILL.

This training is provided to eligible individuals with funds made available by the Commonwealth and Victorian Governments

You can enrol throughout the year. 

Mid-year intake - Box Hill, July 2019.

Full time: 10 Weeks (Monday - Friday) - 8:05 AM to 4:35 PM

Box Hill

Year 11 literacy and numeracy level is preferred.

PRE-TRAINING REVIEW

To assist prospective students to determine whether a course is suitable and appropriate for the individual needs the Institute and CAE will assess all students’ language, literacy and numeracy and digital literacy by asking you to undertake a self-assessment review prior to the enrolment.

A course advisor will discuss the outcomes of the review and make recommendations about whether the course is suitable for you, and identify additional support where required.

On successful completion, you may be eligible to apply for entry into either Certificate III in Air Conditioning and Refrigeration or Certificate III in Appliance Service.

Direct entry

Recognition of Prior Learning is available.

This course is government accredited and has national recognition

The qualification is aligned with the Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) level 2

This course prepares you for employment as an apprentice in the refrigeration, air conditioning industry and appliance servicing.

You must complete 10 core units and 3 elective units.

Code

Title

Hours

UEENEEE179A IDENTIFY AND SELECT COMPONENTS, ACCESSORIES AND MATERIALS FOR ENERGY SECTOR WORK ACTIVITIES 20.0

This unit covers undertaking a schedule of work for selecting appropriately identified components, accessories or materials in an agreed time, to a quality standard and with a minimum of waste, using appropriate technology mediums where required.

UEENEEE148A CARRY OUT ROUTINE WORK ACTIVITIES IN AN ENERGY SECTOR ENVIRONMENT 40.0

This unit covers undertake scheduled routine work activities in the energy sector in an agreed time, to a quality standard and  with a minimum of waste. It encompasses working safely, applying knowledge of carrying out routine work activities in electrotechnology environments.

UEENEEE142A PRODUCE PRODUCTS FOR CARRYING OUT ENERGY SECTOR WORK ACTIVITIES 80.0

This unit covers products required to do work in the energy sector environment are produced in accordance with the schedule of work ensuring work is completed in an agreed time, to a quality standard and with a minimum waste.

UEENEEE130A PROVIDE SOLUTIONS AND REPORT ON ROUTINE ELECTROTECHNOLOGY PROBLEMS 60.0

This unit covers the application of fundamental numerical calculations required to solve routine electrotechnology problems and reporting the outcomes to requirements. It encompasses working safely, applying routine problem solving techniques, using a range of fundamental mathematical processes and techniques to identifying solutions to electrotechnology problems, and reporting the solutions.

UEENEEK112A PROVIDE BASIC SUSTAINABLE ENERGY SOLUTIONS FOR ENERGY REDUCTION IN RESIDENTIAL PREMISES 40.0

This unit covers monitoring energy use and providing basic sustainable energy options to reduce the energy consumption in residential premises. It encompasses working safely and providing basic sustainable energy solutions for energy reduction in domestic premises.

UEENEEE122A CARRY OUT PREPARATORY ENERGY SECTOR WORK ACTIVITIES 60.0

This unit covers the carrying out of preparatory work related to any energy sector work discipline. It encompasses working safely, following basic instructions under direct supervision. It will include energy sector support activities including the use of basic hand tools, the safe use of ladders and elevated work platforms and the fixing and securing of equipment under direction following routine work practices.


Last updated: April 18, 2019 04:44pm