The Australian Refrigeration Council is proud to support CCN and Next Gen as important platform to showcase emerging talent. Importantly it raises the profile of the sector and promotes it as a profession of first choice.

For young people thinking about different career options, this industry offers it all  –  variety on the job, the challenge of working with the latest technology, long term job security and great pay.

And, don’t forget, the important work done by men and women working in the sector cannot be overstated.

Consider how our day-to-day life just wouldn’t be possible without refrigeration securing vaccines and medical supplies or transporting food to our supermarkets?

Our world would be a very different place without an efficient, reliable Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (RAC) sector.

To secure the future of the HVACR industry and continue to attract the brightest new people, we need to nurture and reward young talent, offering them real world opportunities during their training and early years on the job to encourage a love for the work and a clear understanding of the important role they play.

We’re united in our goal to grow this industry and by recruiting the best and the brightest we can create a professional sector that is respected and recognised by the community.

This is a role that is always changing and evolving.

There’s no doubt new technology is having a massive impact on the everyday tasks undertaken by technicians.  While it may be adding complexity to the role it’s also making it much more interesting and rewarding.

We’re an industry that’s committed to protecting the environment and, ultimately, improved technology means a cleaner, more efficient workplace and greater recognition of the important contribution made by the RAC sector.

The technical nature and environmental impact of the industry are great attractions for modern students. The industry makes a real and positive difference.

The bottom line is, RAC technicians have a huge contribution to make to Australia’s future.

Without them, we can’t build new cities, hospitals or transport food.  There are very few aspects of our everyday life that aren’t touched by this vital industry.


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