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Both the employer and apprentice or trainee have certain roles and obligations to fulfill under the training contract. A training contract is a legally binding contract for the training of an apprentice or trainee. The parties to the training contract are identified as the employer, the apprentice or trainee and parent/guardian (where applicable).
Both the employer and apprentice or trainee have certain roles and obligations to fulfill under the training contract. Employer Responsibilities Apprentice Responsibilities You Employer What training is required? What is a UEE32211?
Certificate III in Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
Part of the nationally recognised Utilities, Energy and Electrotechnology package – UEE11 version 1.0
It is a licensed outcome with limitations Apprentices complete two main types of training: 'on the job' training in your workplace under the supervision of a tradeperson, and, This presentation was created by Paul Marshall, SkillsTech Australia - Bracken Ridge Campus. UEENEEC025B Enter into a
training contract Registered Training Organisation Responsibilities Why an RTO?
Every apprentice or trainee must have a supervising registered training organisation. http://training.qld.gov.au/apprentices/index.html For more information on apprenticeships, go to the Queensland training website: How do I complete the qualification? What about 'on the job training? The 'on the job component of your training is carried out in the workplace while you work for your employer, Remember! You must take responsibility for your own destiny - make sure you ask questions, seek answers, and learn about all aspects of the refrigeration and air conditioning industry. What else should I know about
becoming a tradesperson? Licensing - Refrigeration and
Air Conditioning Industry ARCtick - Refrigerant Handling License Employability skills Responsibilities of the supervising registered training organisations are outlined below:
provide induction information on rights and responsibilities
clarify the employer's capacity to train the apprentice or trainee by conducting an employer resource assessment
work with the employer and the apprentice or trainee to provide the facilities, services, supervision and training required under the training plan
negotiate the training plan
develop a training record that is task focused and allows for monitoring of the apprentice's or trainee's progress (log book or e-profiling)
ensure the training as agreed in the training plan is delivered
ensure the actual completion date is agreed to by all parties to the training plan
ensure the completion agreement is signed to acknowledge the completion of training, issue the qualification (within 21 days of signing the completion agreement) and advise the Department of Education and Training (DET) and the employer, that the qualification has been issued (within 14 days after issuing the qualification).
Who to contact?
For further information, contact Apprenticeships Info on 1800 210 210.
SkillsTech:http://www.skillstech.tafe.qld.gov.au/ How can I use a Cert III in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning? The certificate III can lead to further education opportunities:
it is a pre-requisite for gaining your 'trade' papers,
as a pathway to the Diploma and Advanced Diploma qualifications,
may be used by QTAC to gain entry to other tertiary qualifications, like a Bachelor of Engineering,
and is a pre-requisite for obtaining ARCtick, restricted electrical, and the Queensland Building Services Authority (BSA) licences. Or visit the SkillsTech website. http://www.skillstech.tafe.qld.gov.au/business_and_industry/apprentice_trainee/index.html An apprenticeship is a formal agreement between an employer and an apprentice and They combine time at work with training and can be full-time, part-time or school-based.
Courtesy ofhttp://www.australianapprenticeships.gov.au/ Successfully completing the required ‘on’ and ‘off’ the job training,
Participating in workplace training and safety programs,
Maintaining appropriate licenses – Arctick, electrical, CPR & LVR, BSA, driving, and others,
Maintaining dress and appearance appropriate to your employer’s requirements,
Personal hygiene and appearance, (tattoos, body odour, piercings, hair),
Personal Behaviour – language, drugs, alcohol, time management, punctuality, courtesy towards others, respect of diversity and anti-discrimination policies, acting within the law,
Workplace Behaviour – following company policies and procedures, using motor vehicles and company equipment,
Personal goals – financial, and education. Setting personal and post trade training development plans after the apprenticeship. This unit of competency is assessed and delivered in three parts:
1. Apprentice 'sign up'; agreement to a training plan, and workplace and RTO induction, Successful tradespeople have good employability Skills, and these are covered in this unit.
Each unit of competency has specific requirements. They explain what has to be assessed.
•These tend to be focused on specific skills and or knowledge.
•Your trade not only includes specific skills and knowledge, it also requires some general skills.
These skills are not trade specific and would be required for all trades and life in general.
•They are referred to as the employability skills There are eight sections of employability skills
1. Communication -
2. Teamwork -
3. Problem Solving -
4. Initiative & Enterprise -
5. Planning & Organising -
6. Self Management -
8. Learning -
9. Technology - Use the internet to search for refrigeration or air conditioning jobs.
Go to www.seek.com.au, use 'refrigeration' or 'air conditioning' as a key word.
Select three (3) jobs and make a note of the experience, personal attributes (qualities), qualifications and licenses the employers are looking for in a future employee. http://www.seek.com.au Licensing - Refrigerants
The current licences required will vary depending on the refrigerant being handled.
• Synthetic refrigerants. These are the:
– 100 series of refrigerants
– 200 series of refrigerants
– 400 series of refrigerants
– 500 series of refrigerants Hydrocarbon Refrigerants
– R50 Methane
– R170 Ethane
– R290 Propane
– R600 Butane
– R600a Isobutane
– R1150 Ethylene
– R1270 Propylene
– E170 Dimethylether Licensing – Ammonia R717
There are no known licensing requirements in Queensland to work on plant containing ammonia as a refrigerant.
As part of workplace health and safety requirements, companies involved in “Ammonia Refrigeration” would have internal procedures in place. Licensing – Other
Other types of licences that may be required include:
Construction industry blue or white card,
working with children blue card,
Building Services Authority (BSA in QLD),
site specific induction (E.g; mines, fuel farms, explosives factories),
working at heights. Industry licensing links: http://www.justice.qld.gov.au/fair-and-safe-work/electrical-safety http://www.arctick.org/index.php Sample training plan Diagram courtesy Les Nielsen SkillsTech Acacia Ridge What is an apprenticeship?
The obligations for your employer
Your obligations licensing and employability skills,
how to develop (or improve) personal skills that are necessary to be an effective tradesperson, and Why do we need a licence
to handle refrigerants? On the 1st of July 2005, the Australian Government implemented a licensing scheme to support regulations under the Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas Management Act 1989. Refrigerant handling licences only applies to flurocarbon refrigerant. and are NOT required for CO2, hydrocarbons or ammonia refrigerants. Under the Ozone and Synthetic Gas Management Regulations 1995 (‘the Regulations’), a Refrigerant Trading Authorisation is required when a business or individual wishes to acquire, possess or dispose of refrigerant. Anyone wanting to install, service or repair an air conditioner, or any other piece of refrigeration and air conditioning equipment must be a licensed technician under the regulations. A Refrigerant Trading Authorisation is subject to conditions and auditing processes designed to minimise the risk of emissions while the refrigerant is in the business or individual’s possession. The holder of a Refrigerant Handling Licence is an individual who is qualified in their field of activity and has met the licensing requirements under the regulations. http://www.arctick.org/legislation_regulation.php Follow this kink to view the Act, and the Regs. Another necessary part of handling flurocarbons is the Refrigerant Handling Code of Practice (COP) parts 1 and 2. These are covered in more detail in the unit UEENEEJ108A, and other refrigeration units of competency. For more information on the COP, follow this link. Handlng refrigerant without a licence is illegal. http://www.arctick.org/cop.php The Act is designed to reduce emissions of environmentally harmful refrigerant gases. 45A Regulation of disposal, use etc. of scheduled substances
(1) The regulations may make provision for the following:
(a) regulating the sale or purchase, or any other acquisition or
disposal, of scheduled substances;
(b) regulating the storage, use or handling of scheduled
(c) labelling requirements for scheduled substances and for
products that contain or use scheduled substances;
(d) conferring functions on persons or bodies (including
non-government bodies) in relation to matters covered by
paragraph (a), (b) or (c);
(e) matters incidental to matters covered by paragraph (a), (b),
(c) or (d). Ozone Protection and Synthetic
Greenhouse Gas Management Act 1989 Legislation How Do I obtain a refrigerant handling licence? 2. Classroom delivery and assessment, of C025B during stage 2A block training, and 3. 'Sign off' when you complete the capstone test at the end of your apprenticeship. Obligations for the registered training organisation (RTO)
'On the job' and 'off the job' training,
Qualifications understanding the pathway to complete your training and become a tradesperson at the completion of your apprenticeship. Supervising registered training organisations (SRTOs) deliver training to apprentices or trainees under an agreed training plan. (Sample below from SkillsTech Australia) Prior to registration of the apprenticeship or traineeship, the nominated training organisation must agree to be the supervising registered training organisation for the apprenticeship or traineeship. If the apprenticeship or traineeship is school-based, the supervising registered training organisation must include the school when negotiating the training plan. Refer to the Refrigerant handling licence Information brochure to find the Licence Code and approved qualifications required for the licence you are applying for. Use this link for more info: http://www.arctick.org/rhl.php Apprentices must have a trainee ARC licence! No trainee Refrigerant Handling Licence? You will not be permitted to work in the practical workshops where refrigerants are used. Note! Reg 135 (1) Sub Para (a): The Code of Practice is on table 135. So what is a Refrigerant Trading Authorisation (RTA)? There are now three types of RTAs that can be issued by ARC, dependant on how an individual or business uses and/or engages with fluorocarbon refrigerant. 1. The most common RTA caters for an individual or business that acquires, stores and/or disposes of refrigerant (other than halon). Typically, this would suit wholesalers, RAC and automotive businesses, sole traders and contractors. 2. The second type of RTA caters for businesses that need to acquire refrigerant (other than halon) for use in the manufacture of RAC equipment. This is titled as a ‘refrigeration and airconditioning equipment manufacturing authorisation’ (RAEMA). 3. The new type of RTA is the ‘restricted refrigerant trading authorisation’ (RRTA) which caters for businesses that are authorised to recover refrigerant from RAC equipment, store and dispose of refrigerant. The types of businesses most likely to require an RRTA are metal recyclers, auto parts recyclers and waste management businesses. For more information on refrigerant training authorisations, visit the ARC website: http://www.arctick.org/rta.php Other ARCtick information The ARCtick website has a lot of information for the
refrigeration and air conditioning industry including: Online applications
Refrigerant trading authorisation
Codes of practice
Finding authorised organisations
ARC licence check, and
Wholesaler Consumers are encouraged by ARC to use licenced tradespeople for refrigeration and air conditioning. Refer to the 'Look for the tick' website: http://www.lookforthetick.com.au/ Licence holders also receive an ARC newsletter titled 'Coolchange'.
The newsletter contains important information regarding licensing and other information. http://www.arctick.org/pdf/newsletter/30012503_coolchange_march_2011_e_version.pdf 1. Communication Prepare documentation on particular work tasks including evaluations, reports, timesheets and costing 3. Problem Solving Apply lateral thinking ideas to generate solutions in response to work problems 2. Teamwork Relate to people from a range of social, cultural and ethnic backgrounds and physical and mental abilities 4. Initiative & Enterprise Recognise and respond to circumstances outside instructions or personal competence 6. Self Management Accept responsibility for given tasks 5. Planning & Organising Plan and organise activities to enable choices of maintenance methods of equipment, tools and related work documentation 7. Learning to Take control and manage own learning 8. Technology Use workplace technology to communicate with the client, document and present information One of the key functions of the service technician is completion of the appropriate paperwork. Each workplace has their own style of forms and procedures that are necessary to ensure payment from the customer, or to pay suppliers accounts. When completing the service report, ensure that you have answered the following questions:
•What is the reported fault?
•What fault (if any) did you find?
•How did you / will you fix it?
•What condition is the unit in now? And
•Is any other work /quote required? (This is an opportunity to add value to the job). Use the following as a guide and always follow company policies or procedures:
•Complete all relevant paper work for each job while onsite, (do not leave it for later),
•Use plain English for describing what work was carried out, (leave out trade argon and acronyms),
•Always get the customer order number/work order and have the appropriate person sign your service sheet, always write that persons name next to the signature.
•Ensure your writing is legible: write neatly and spell correctly – use block capitals if necessary,
•Record the details of what equipment was worked on, include model, serial number, location etc,
•Use a separate job for each item of equipment worked on,
•Include any settings that were made. For example, Low Pressure ‘cut out’ 30 kPa.
•List all parts used including sundry items,
•Ensure the unit works correctly BEFORE LEAVING SITE. (Customers will not pay for your time to return and correct your mistakes). Other What else should I know about being a tradesman? Professional associations and information http://www.airah.org.au 1. UEENEEC025B - What is this unit about? 2. What is an apprenticeship? 3. What training is required? 4. What else should I know about becoming a tradesperson? 5. Licensing - Refrigeration and Air Conditioning industry 6. Arctick - Refrigerant Handling Licence 7. Employability Skills 8. Other The Australian Refrigeration Council Ltd (ARC) administers refrigerant handling licences and refrigerant trading authorisations on behalf of the Australian Government. In a scheme to manage regulations under the Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas Management Act (1989), the ARC ensures that the handling and purchase of fluorocarbon refrigerant is limited to those who have proven themselves competent and qualified. These will be covered in more detail later. http://www.bsa.qld.gov.au Assignment Tasks - Student Workbook Now complete the assignment tasks in the student workbook. AMCA is the only industry and employer association that is exclusively dedicated to the air conditioning and mechanical services industry. http://www.amca.com.au/nebb/ http://www.amca.com.au/ http://www.fairair.com.au/ http://www.airah.org.au/Content/NavigationMenu/Publications/HVACRNation/default.htm HVAC Suppliers Airefrig http://www.airefrig.com.au/Home.htm http://www.airefrig.com.au/Home.htm Heatcraft Heatcraft Australia continues to be the country's leading manufacturing and wholesale distribution business catering for the refrigeration and air conditioning trades. Australian owned refrigeration and air conditioning wholesaler. http://www.actrol.com.au/index.html http://www.reece.com.au/hvacr We specialise in ducted home air conditioning http://esvc000796.wic055u.server-web.com/ http://www.polyaire.com.au/ Manufacture and distribution of Air Conditioning products in Australia. BOC - Gas & Gear http://www.boc.com.au Cool Parts http://www.coolparts.com.au/index.html Career Opportunities Project Management – Installation/refurb, Estimating, site supervisor.
- Trade Qual + Project Management or Engineering, drafting. Office based: Service co-ordinator, service manager, system design.
- Trade Qual + Business studies, Management, sales. Sales – Branch manager, counter sales, account manager, supplier’s rep.
- Trade Qual + Business, Sales or marketing Technical specialist – BMS, chillers, industrial, manufacturer or supplier, controls.
- Trade Qual + Dual trade – electrical, gas, management.
- Trade Qual + Second apprenticeship or training. Facilities – building supervisor, hospital, govt building, cruise ships, resorts & islands
-Trade Qual + ability to multi skill/Engineering. Service technician – installation, breakdown, repair, service, supervisor.
- Trade Qual Defence Forces: Army, Navy Air Force. Complete entry requirements.
Overseas and remote locations - Trade Qual + visa, + injections. Other community service organisations: SES, Police, Fire & Ambulance. Other - not trade related. C025B is one of the units of competency that must be completed as part of a refrigeration and air conditioning apprenticeship, At the completion of the 'off the job' training, you will be awarded a UEE31307 Certificate III in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning 'off the job' training at a registered training organisation like SkillsTech Australia. You must attend block training at your nominated RTO, and pass all of the subjects called units of competency. Outcomes are competency based, and can be achieved by theory exams, assignments, e-learning, class or workplace assessments, workplace or classroom practical assessments, credit transfer & recognition of prior learning (RPL) or combinations of each. Your class teacher will be able to provide more information. or a group training scheme where you may work for many employers. The best employers, with the best pay and conditions, only keep the best tradespeople! Being a tradesperson involves many skills and attributes not covered in the apprenticeship. There are personal attributes that can not be taught, such as maintaining a positive attitude, and diligent work ethics. Desirable tradesperson attributes include: Remember! as a tradie you will be required to work in customer's premises including their homes. Some of these places may be culturally sensitive, for example:
places of religious worship,
places listed as significant to Australia's heritage. You will be required to act and behave appropriately! Licensing – Refrigerant Handling - Synthetic Refrigerants
• To handle or use these refrigerant requires an Arctick licence
• When your apprenticeship is completed, apply to Arctick for the RAC01 licence. Licensing – Hydrocarbon Refrigerants
To handle or use these refrigerant requires licensing from the Queensland Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation
When your apprenticeship is completed, apply to the department for a licence to handle and use hydrocarbon refrigerants.
You will have had to have successfully completed the relevant additional training. Licensing – Carbon Dioxide (CO2) R744
There are no known licensing requirements in Queensland to work on plant containing carbon dioxide as a refrigerant.
As part of workplace health and safety requirements, companies involved in “CO2 refrigeration” would have internal procedures in place.
Please note: this information relates to licensing in Queensland and does not necessarily apply to other Australian states. http://www.totaline.com/ http://www.defencejobs.gov.au/ Equipment Suppliers http://www.fujitsugeneral.com.au/products/air-conditioning/ http://www.temperzone.com.au/ http://www.daikin.com.au/index.asp http://www.mitsubishielectric.com.au/residentialairconditioning.htm http://www.mhiaa.com.au/ http://www.lg.com/au/ http://www.derbyair.com.au/ http://www.dunnair.com.au/php/index.php http://www.lennoxaus.com.au/ http://www.actronair.com.au/page.aspx http://www.ausref.org.au/