Superyacht crew training provider Tradewinds Engineering Ltd has announced it will run a five-day practical refrigeration course in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, in October (7th-11th).
The training, lead by Tradewinds Engineering managing director Stuart Ginbey, is specifically tailored for marine engineers, ventilation technicians and crew who do not currently hold a valid C&G F-Gas qualification and want to expand their knowledge regarding the repairing of offshore refrigeration and HVAC systems.
By the end of the course attendees will have the skills needed to confidently repair and commission refrigeration and air conditioning systems in marine environments.
It will be the first time the company has offered the training in Palma de Mallorca, with the idea to run the course prompted by numerous requests from chief engineers, captains and crew during Tradewinds Engineering’s visit to Palma Superyacht Show earlier this year.
In a release, Tradewinds stated, “This will be a new venture for us and we are pleased to be able to offer this City & Guilds approved HVAC course in Palma.”
Seats on the course are limited to eight people to keep the class size small, so booking on early is advised.