28 September 2010

IoR adds more Real Zero training days

DUE to the high demand for the Real Zero training days run by the Institute of Refrigeration and the Carbon Trust, further regional workshops have been added. These will be held in Manchester (19 November) and Tewkesbury (1 February 2011).
IoR adds more Real Zero training days
The workshops offer delegates the opportunity to receive additional coaching to enhance and support the self study training modules. The four training modules are:
Module 1 - Environmental, cost and legal aspects of refrigerant leakage.
Module 2 - Reducing leakage through appropriate maintenance and service.
Module 3 - Minimising leakage in new systems
Module 4 - Reducing leakage through site specific surveys and advice.

The workshops are free of charge, however there is an administration fee payable to the IOR of £50 + VAT to cover the cost of the online assessments that form an integral part of the course. On successful completion of all four training modules you will receive a CPD certificate and may be eligible to become a registered REAL Zero assessor.

Places at the workshops are limited so early booking is recommended.
For further details and to book your place please visits

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