Certificate IV in Engineering [Skills Set - HVAC Commissioning]

National ID: MEM40105
State ID: WT56
Qualification level:

Course is available at the following locations

Public
South Metropolitan TAFE

Are you looking to turn your air-conditioning career up a notch?

Take the next step and learn how to install and commission HVAC.

The Certificate IV HVAC Commissioning will prepare you for work with today’s computer controlled HVAC systems. Subjects covered will include: AHU’s, VAV’s, Chillers, Cooling Towers and ancillary equipment. Learn your way around a BMS system.

The theory part of the course will be online via pre-recorded videos and live online sessions. All practicals will be on-campus. You will, air balance, water balance as well as; fully install commission and optimise a VAV-AHU (using the BMS).

Flexibility will be our guiding principle – the online component is self-paced; on-campus sessions will run throughout the Semester at your request. Come to TAFE when it suits you!

Learn to commission in hands-on sessions with experienced commissioning technicians.

When you have completed the Certificate IV – you only need to complete 5 Units (some maths and some reporting) and you qualify for an Advanced Trade Diploma.

This course is delivered 90% via online and 10% on campus (evening).

This course at SMTAFE is a Post Trade skills add on and requires Certificate III in Air Conditioning (Metals – MEM) and Restricted Electrical Licence (Mechanics) for entry.

Cluster 1

  • MEM10008B - UNDERTAKE COMMISSIONING PROCEDURES FOR PLANT AND/OR EQUIPMENT
  • MEM18092B - MAINTAIN AND REPAIR COMMERCIAL AND/OR INDUSTRIAL REFRIGERATION AND/OR AIR CONDITIONING CONTROLS
  • MEM18093B - MAINTAIN AND REPAIR INTEGRATED INDUSTRIAL REFRIGERATION AND/OR LARGE AIR HANDLING SYSTEM CONTROLS
  • MEM18089B - MAINTAIN AND REPAIR CENTRAL AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS

Cluster 2

  • MEM18095A - MAINTAIN AND REPAIR COOLING TOWERS/EVAPORATIVE CONDENSERS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT
  • MEM16009A - RESEARCH AND ANALYSE ENGINEERING INFORMATION
  • MEM16003B - PROVIDE ADVANCED CUSTOMER SERVICE
  • MEM16012A - INTERPRET TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS AND MANUALS

Course description

Are you looking to turn your air-conditioning career up a notch?

Take the next step and learn how to install and commission HVAC.

The Certificate IV HVAC Commissioning will prepare you for work with today’s computer controlled HVAC systems. Subjects covered will include: AHU’s, VAV’s, Chillers, Cooling Towers and ancillary equipment. Learn your way around a BMS system.

The theory part of the course will be online via pre-recorded videos and live online sessions. All practicals will be on-campus. You will, air balance, water balance as well as; fully install commission and optimise a VAV-AHU (using the BMS).

Flexibility will be our guiding principle – the online component is self-paced; on-campus sessions will run throughout the Semester at your request. Come to TAFE when it suits you!

Learn to commission in hands-on sessions with experienced commissioning technicians.

When you have completed the Certificate IV – you only need to complete 5 Units (some maths and some reporting) and you qualify for an Advanced Trade Diploma.

This course is delivered 90% via online and 10% on campus (evening).

This course at SMTAFE is a Post Trade skills add on and requires Certificate III in Air Conditioning (Metals – MEM) and Restricted Electrical Licence (Mechanics) for entry.

Cluster 1

  • MEM10008B - UNDERTAKE COMMISSIONING PROCEDURES FOR PLANT AND/OR EQUIPMENT
  • MEM18092B - MAINTAIN AND REPAIR COMMERCIAL AND/OR INDUSTRIAL REFRIGERATION AND/OR AIR CONDITIONING CONTROLS
  • MEM18093B - MAINTAIN AND REPAIR INTEGRATED INDUSTRIAL REFRIGERATION AND/OR LARGE AIR HANDLING SYSTEM CONTROLS
  • MEM18089B - MAINTAIN AND REPAIR CENTRAL AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS

Cluster 2

  • MEM18095A - MAINTAIN AND REPAIR COOLING TOWERS/EVAPORATIVE CONDENSERS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT
  • MEM16009A - RESEARCH AND ANALYSE ENGINEERING INFORMATION
  • MEM16003B - PROVIDE ADVANCED CUSTOMER SERVICE
  • MEM16012A - INTERPRET TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS AND MANUALS

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