The Certificate III in Engineering - Mechanical Trade course equips students with the knowledge and skills required for a career in refrigeration and air conditioning and its applications.
When combined with enough on-the-job experience, the course can lead to you becoming a qualified refrigeration and air conditioning mechanic.
As a licensed refrigeration and air conditioning mechanic, you will assemble, install and repair industrial, commercial and domestic air conditioning and refrigeration systems.
This could range from installing ducted air-conditioning in a family home to maintaining large walk-in refrigeration units for businesses needing mass food storage.
This is a growing area of employment and job opportunities are expected to be high over the next five years.