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Quidos shows off AIRS

QUIDOS' accreditation scheme is the first to lodge an Air Conditioning Report (ACR) through the Landmark central register.
Quidos is operating a government approved accreditation scheme for air conditioning assessors and says it is the only scheme with the software capability to lodge ACRs on the register.

Quidos has developed in-house its software AIRS (Air conditioning Inspection Report System) which enables individuals to calculate the air conditioning inspection report and directly lodge the report.

Currently, all buildings with air conditioning systems over 250kW need an inspection every five years, with all systems over 12kW needing reports by January 2011.

Quidos is introducing air conditioning assessor training in Birmingham on June 22.

The course is designed to prepare candidates who want to take the Level 3 qualification when the qualification is finalised through the QCA. Upon completion of the qualification, individuals will automatically get free accreditation as an air conditioning assessor, through the Quidos scheme.

Quidos' accreditation scheme is free and offers:

· Free licence to in house software solution AIRS

· Cheap lodgement fees

· Technical support

· Fast turnaround of new applicants

· APEL applications accepted

For more details click here or call 01225 318400.

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