If your vehicle’s onboard panel stops functioning, you wouldn’t allow just anyone work on your car, would you? Of course, you would go to a trusted auto mechanic. The same goes for your heating, ventilation and air conditioning system. This is a specialized system with lots of moving parts and is a major investment in your home, business or organization. Servicing an HVAC system requires the expertise and know-how of a well-trained HVAC technician.

HVAC systems comprise costly components; investing in the service and skills of trained technicians to handle maintenance, repair or replacement pays off in many ways:

  • You’re assured that your heat and air conditioning will continue to work efficiently and properly at all times.
  • A highly trained, certified technician protects your HVAC system, your office complex and your warranty.
  • A well-trained technician or installer will know the latest and greatest options and repair and maintenance methods. Trust us, you’ll be very sorry if they don’t!
  • Customer service and satisfaction will be much better.

When you call the HVAC maintenance supplier, ask about their training and credentials. Make sure the company’s techs have received proper industry training and have access to on-the-job or continuing education to stay up with HVAC industry trends and new technologies. After all, today’s heating and cooling systems are always improving; systems being installed today are much more advanced than what was available 10 or 20 years ago. A continuing education program enables technicians to keep their diagnostic, repair, and installation skills sharp—and enable them to offer better customer service.

HVAC training prepares installers and technicians to assess how the unit and ductwork should be configured to accommodate the space or the office’s layout. Installers and technicians must know the newest heating, ventilation and air conditioning designs. They also need to be up to date on crucial safety guidelines and OSHA codes—for everyone’s protection.

Through training, technicians will gain general knowledge of all the various areas needed in HVAC work such as electrical, plumbing, carpentry, and refrigerant work. Training also enables technicians to be good diagnosticians. After all, when your heat is out or the air conditioning stops working, don’t you want someone who knows what he or she is talking about to come check out the problem?

Viscar Industrial Capacity Limited will be offering a 5-day Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning(HVAC) Level 1 Training from 28th to 1st November 2019 at the Viscar Training Centre. Participants will learn about key operational functionality and monitoring associated with HVAC systems. Important elements such as heat transfer systems, ventilation and air conditioning operations will also be covered to provide participants with a complete understanding of the underpinnings of these systems.

Make your system more efficient and improve your indoor air quality by ensuring your HVAC Technicians and Engineers are trained. Register for this course click here

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