Katie Hammill-Lovett is one of only four female apprentices selected from nearly 500 applications to begin a RAC apprenticeship at the Woolworths Group. Read more
The HVACR Leadership Awards are back to brighten up 2021 and shine a light on the best our industry has to offer.
The search is on for Australia’s most dedicated contractors to participate in the HVACR Leadership Awards which will be launched tomorrow.
Tradies have never been as important as they are now to the Australian economy which is why the federal government has committed billions of dollars to supporting trade apprenticeships.
The 2021 HVACR Leadership Awards are back with nominations set to open this Friday, 1 May.
International Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) experts Seema Bhangar and Raefer Wallis talk about the complexities of monitoring indoor air quality conditions.
In a positive turnaround both the United States and China are set to become signatories to the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol to phase down HFCs.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) spin-off and startup Transaera is developing technology to reduce the energy demands of air conditioning.
Hellmann Worldwide Logistics, Sydney Freezers and Beijer Ref have committed to purpose-built facilities at a $450 million industrial estate at Bankstown Airport in Sydney’s south west.
Refrigeration and air conditioning (RAC) technicians in Victoria will need to undertake additional training as part of new licensing requirements to be introduced from 2023.
While some companies have taken a wait and see approach to the pandemic, innovators have created new opportunities by utilising technology and online platforms.
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RAC problems associated with poor commissioning are likely to remain high until industry reach agreement on an Australian Standard.
A new report by the Expert Group identifies the most prevalent faults across all RAC equipment in Australia.
The Federal Government's wage subsidy program for apprentices has been extended for 12 months at a cost of $1.2 billion.
The federal government is moving ahead with occupational licensing which is set to be introduced 1 July, 2021.