Centro Studi Galileo, the Italian leading training institute for the international HVACR field, is once again meeting the sector’s needs by timely providing the first-of-its-kind qualification for systems’ sanitation and disinfection Technicians. The certificate is being awarded in collaboration with Cepas, part of the global Bureau Veritas Group – one of the main agencies specialized in testing, inspection and certification founded in 1828 – after successful completion of a n. 30 multiple-choice questions test. More than 130 Technicians have already been certified in the past 5 months.
This strong collaboration allows all candidates to receive a top-quality training and to be tested – and eventually certified, with the aim of demonstrating their competencies and skills to their clients, at the same time reassuring them on the reliability of the services they are providing.
Meeting the high demand, Centro Studi Galileo is delivering the 10th session of the year dedicated to the management and sanitation of heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems on 2nd December 2020.
Centro Studi Galileo is providing the training and assessment session through distance learning modality, following 8 months and over 60 sessions of experience since the beginning of the lockdown measures. This will allow all students to attend the training in full safety, from the comfort of their desks and, most importantly, from every corner of the world.
Sanitation and disinfection of HVACR plants is, now more than ever, of crucial importance for our daily lives. Mechanical ventilation systems can be great allies in the fight of Covid-19, thus guaranteeing a healthy and safe environment is ever-so fundamental. Official protocols have been issued to rule operations that are necessary to control and contrast the Covid-19 pandemic; among those, regular disinfection and control of plants are of the most important kind. HVACR Technicians have played and keep playing a key role in these months, by installing, repairing and maintaining ventilation and refrigeration systems that allow supermarkets, hospitals, companies to run and provide us all with essential services.
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