BESA Commercial Pipework & Brazing Initial Assessment - March
£440 + VAT (includes tuition, materials, lunch and refreshments)
Our hands-on BESA pipework and brazing course covers the fundamentals of brazing, leak-proof joints, refrigerants and legislation. With small class sizes, the course is highly interactive and is taught by experts in pipework and brazing.
Course duration and details
The course is a 2 day course (09.00 – 16.30) and takes place at our training centre, at Airedale International, Leeds Road, Rawdon.
20th - 21st March 2019
- Receive all training manuals including course notes, charts, formulae and relevant exercise work
- Be provided with buffet-style lunch and refreshments throughout the day
What you will learn on the course
Our BESA pipework and brazing course is based around the principle of learning-by-doing. During the one day interactive air conditioning training course, content will cover:
- Working with different copper line diameters and brazing material alloys to produce quality leak-proof joints both in commercial and industrial applications
- Current information and legislation on how to use new refrigerants and jointing methods
- Health and safety requirements for working with pressurised and flammable gasses
- Current legislation on use, storage and transport
- Practical assessment test
Who is the course for?
This BESA pipework and brazing course is ideal for:
- Air conditioning or refrigeration engineers who carry out installation and assembly work associated with pipework and brazing
Our air conditioning course trainers
The BESA pipework and brazing course is run by trainers who are highly skilled air conditioning and refrigeration engineers with a broad range of engineering, refrigeration, installation and servicing knowledge.
Previous training participants
Organisations such as BT, Ministry of Defence and Virgin have sent individuals on our training courses. Here’s what our delegates have to say:
“An engaging and challenging series of courses, conducted by a trainer providing a splendid blend of theoretical theory and real life applications.”
Design Mechanical Engineer, Babcock Marine Division