Enhancing its role in raising the standard of engineering profession in the Levant, LG Air Conditioning Academy (LG AC) recently hosted Lebanese engineers on an HVAC tools and systems training course.
The course tackled technical and trouble-shooting matters on variable refrigerant flow (VRF) system, thus familiarising the participants with the latest technical developments in this sphere.
It should be noted that the course operates as an integral part of a series of programs and courses held by the Academy, focusing on training the engineers and technicians on the highest technological developments and breakthroughs.
“As the academy is committed to disseminating technical benefits across the Middle East, we invited the Lebanese engineers to attend this VRF course, in order to allow them to keep pace with the latest accelerating developments in the air-con sector,” said academy manager Hussam Ebbini.
As part of its mandate to develop and promote the engineering and technical cadres all over the Middle East, the academy is also planning a similar course targeted at Iraqi engineers, said Ebbini.
Since its inception in April 2010, the LG Air Conditioning Academy in Amman, Jordan, has trained 150 professionals from across the region, including consultants, contractors, developers, dealers, installation and servicing technicians.