Practical Refrigeration Training Centre

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Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Electrical Training



  • Course Details
Course Duration: 2 day(s)

Understanding the Construction Team

Introduction

This course is aimed at novice or practising engineers in the refrigeration and air conditioning field wanting an understanding of site procedures essential for effective planning and co-ordination of work activities.

It can be held here (dates to be advised) or on site where companies have suitable facilities and a group of engineers requiring training.

Objective

Good for the Continual Professional Development (CPD) and career enhancement of the delegate this module can ensure operatives are conversant with site specific compliance, helping them to work effectively and confidently in this environment.

Methodology

Good quality presentations will be reinforced by practical role play and discussion sessions. A full set of course notes will be provided for each delegate.

Synopsis

• Identifying the key roles of site management teams
• Identifying key roles of individuals
• Identifying key roles of site visitors
• Identifying types of statutory legislation and guidance information
• Identify and understand the purpose of information used in the workplace
• Identify the purpose of Company policies and procedures that affect working relationships
• Identify limits to personal authority and supervisor and management responsibilities
• Understand the importance of effective communication including:
> Suitable communication methods
> Defining communication methods
> Dealing with and resolving conflicts
> Consequences of poor communication