Certificate II Installers Place The HVAC&R Industry In Jeopardy
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The constant flood of Certificate II installers across Australia has not only increased energy demands with poor installations and unsafe work environments, it has also placed the HVAC&R industry in crisis with an estimated 32 new positions only predicted for the next 5 years. Needless to say the plumbing and … Read More

QLD Licencing Reforms
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QLD Licencing Reforms Currently under review by the Parliamentary Committee https://www.parliament.qld.gov.au/work-of-committees/committees/TPWC/inquiries/current-inquiries/2PlumbDrain2018 Updated Notes 28/02/2018  ARMA Submission  ARA Submission    QLD Licencing Reforms, the proposal by Government is to make RAC licencing become plumbing. YOU WILL HAVE TO BE A PLUMBER TO DO THE WORK – NO JOKE! I don’t care what … Read More

ARMA Submission To Electrotechnology Industry Reference Committee
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ARMA Submission To Electrotechnology Industry Reference Committee Read our submission here!

Ex Defence Members Seeking Work In HVAC&R
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The Australian Refrigeration Mechanics Association in partnership with East Coast Apprenticeship are asking all members to give support to the Expanded Defence Trade Program. We have identified three motivated Ex-Defence applicants seeking a Mature-Aged Trade Apprenticeship in Air-Con/Refrigeration within the Cairns Region. Call for Help to any Employers wishing to … Read More

ARMA Submission to QLD Licencing Reforms
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ARMA are pleased to advise we have submitted our response to the Minister, Housing and Public Works on the licencing reforms. We are also pleased to include below the industry groups supporting the Refrigeration and And Air Conditioning Trade.   Australian Refrigeration Association Submission Click on the AIRAH logo to … Read More

Sydney Event – Changes To Montreal Protocol, Several Standards and Guest Speakers
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As part of its mission and continued training programs, Superior Training Centre are delighted to offer to the HVACR industry an updated training session on the safe application and handling of Hydrocarbon (HC) Refrigerants.

AMCA On ARC Board
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Sumit Oberoi, the National Director of the Air Conditioning & Mechanical Contractors’ Association (AMCA), has been elected on to the Australian Refrigeration Council’s (ARC) Board.

An Industry Divided Infighting Hijacks Prime Initiative
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A major industry initiative known as Prime, which was created to provide industry with a roadmap toward a low emissions future, is in complete disarray after key stakeholders resigned from the steering council.

“Australian Refrigeration Council Groups Withdraw Their Support of Prime”
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Australian Refrigeration Mechanics Association (ARMA) CEO Ms Kim Limburg says she is disappointed but not surprised by the decision to withdraw participation in PRIME by Refrigerants Australia

ARC “future-proofing” the refrigeration & air conditioning industry
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The Australian Refrigeration Council (ARC) has released a new video which highlights the refrigeration and air conditioning (RAC) industry, promoting it as a career of first choice.

“The RAC industry has many facets and is central to maintaining the living standards of the modern world,” said Kevin O’Shea, Chairperson of the ARC.

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