The Australian Refrigeration Council (ARC) has declared that the full quantity of certified HVAC&R technicians in Australia has topped the 100,000 mark, and has hailed this as a signal of continuing expansion in the market all through Australia.
The ARC confirms that far more than 100,000 people now hold an ARCtick refrigerant managing licence (RHL). If refrigerant trading authorisations (RTAs) are integrated, the number jumps to much more than 125,000.
ARC Chief Govt Officer Glenn Evans states the 100,000 milestone reflects the toughness of the refrigeration and air conditioning (RAC) marketplace.
“The licence provides position and identity to RAC specialists and businesses, a feeling of belonging to anything crucial, and in switch it gives peace of mind to buyers,” he claims.
“With the ARCtick emblem as its unifying image, it produces believe in and self esteem in our marketplace, and it reminds young men and women and their moms and dads that this is an market of infinite career opportunities.
“In modern decades the merged total of RHLs and RTAs has been rising at a fee of around 7,000 for each calendar year, and that progress reveals no signal of slowing down.
“With so several people today signing up to the ARCtick scheme each individual year, the demand for the ARCtick licence has hardly ever been more powerful.”
Extra info on ARCTick licences is out there at the ARC site.