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HVAC Course in India

06/02/2014 11:56 PM

Dear All,

Could you suggest me a good training center for HVAC design and engineering?

I have gone through internet search. Found quite a few. But any first hand experience would be of much help.

Thanks for your support.

Shaff

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Re: HVAC Course in India

06/03/2014 12:01 AM
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Re: HVAC Course in India

06/03/2014 12:39 AM

I would use Web searches, telephone "yellow pages" directories, etc., to approach local or regional mechanical contractors. Ask them what educational institutions they would recommend. Universities might not be the best; instead you may find vocational/technical schools that offer a good balance of hands-on and theoretical aspects.

If your locale has technical associations like RETA (Refrigeration Engineers and Technicians Association) or ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air-conditioning Engineers) in the U.S.A., consider joining one or more of them.

CR4 member mrswamy may have some good advice. He is from Tamil Nadu, and works in Oman.

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Re: HVAC Course in India

06/04/2014 12:22 AM

You can contact ISHRAE or IE ( India) for short term courses. There are many reputed institutes in India offer master's program with the specialization in Refrigeration and air-conditioning. These courses are offered full time and part time. Course modules & materials provide you the basic requirements to become a good HVAC design engineer. Practice makes one perfect. If you start working in any reputed HVAC organizations in India they have their own training and CPD program.

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Re: HVAC Course in India

06/03/2014 11:43 PM

In India ISHRAE conducts HVAC courses and training in association with ASHRAE &ISHRAE has Chapters all over india you can enrole if you wish contact your local ISHRAE Chapter nearest to your town.

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Re: HVAC Course in India

06/04/2014 2:27 PM

What ever you find make sure they include R 744 CO2 it is big in Europe and going to be the refrigerant of the future for reasons you will learn..

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