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We are pleased to offer you a range of courses developed to meet the training needs of the Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Industry. Courses may be either long or short depending on whether a candidate is new to the industry or experienced and wishes to achieve qualifications and to enable them to comply with new legislation. Teknowhow's refrigeration, air conditioning and electrical training courses provide the opportunity to study commercial refrigeration, split air conditioning and heat pumps, single and three phase electrics, pipe work and brazing. Safe handling of refrigerants including domestic refrigerators using hydro-carbons are also studied at our dedicated training centre in Leicester. Teknowhow places a strong emphasis on practical training and supported by a team of highly qualified engineers continually develops training programme's that are both current and essential in today's energy saving environment.
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Mr Mel Crewe


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Training Centre, Unit 1, Oak Business Centre, 79-93 Ratcliffe Road, Sileby,,

Leicester
Leicestershire
LE7 4YX
United Kingdom

Telephone: 07766 574673
Fax: 01664 424216
Website: www.teknowhow.biz


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Leicestershire

Telephone: 01664 424216
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