CO2 Refrigeration Learning Program (individuals)

About Course

The CO2 Refrigeration learning program is designed to build up your confidence with transcritical CO2 refrigeration systems. From install to service this program is for technicians and refrigeration professionals like yourself who want to get a better understanding of how to work on CO2 (R744) systems.  We are going to dive deep into many different topics about transcritical refrigeration and we want to build your knowledge and confidence to help you be successful when working on these systems. 

Our goal is to help you become more confident and competent working with CO2 equipment.  

this Program Includes

Learning modules will consist of 3 major activities with measurable goals to keep you on track:

Testimonials

people who experienced

I enjoyed and really liked Trevor’s interactive teaching, always getting the class involved and always so enthusiastic! I’ve already had coworkers come up to me and ask me how to check net oil pressure or how to check for blow by and I’ve told them with absolute confidence how to check each.

Jetzael Munoz

The interaction from fellow technicians during the course giving some of their onsite experiences. Along with Trevor’s detailed answers on what we should look for while doing pms before the failure occurs. Trevor explained the use of the many resources out there and took the time to explain in great detail. I would highly recommend this course to anyone who wants to take their skills to the next level.

Ben Klesta

What a really like about this program was the depth of knowledge that was presented to the class. This information was spread across multiple brands and covered various compressor sizes and applications that we would see in the field. Hands down best refrigeration class I’ve ever been to, I recommend going through this program at least once a year to stay fresh on the topics at hand.

Bill Russell

In the program there was people from different parts of North America – USA/Canada with different experiences and backgrounds that brought a blend of educational and interesting observations through out the course.

Frank Parise