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HVAC & Control Systems
Chilled Water Systems

Understand how your system works and what you can do to make it work better
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14-17 August 2023

The HVAC industry is a worldwide enterprise, with career opportunities including operation and maintenance, system design and construction, equipment manufacturing and sales, and in education and research.  HVAC courses in this program provide the knowledge and skills for job entry into the air conditioning, heating and refrigeration industry in the areas of installation and maintenance. It also provides upgrading and refresher courses for those already employed in the field.


HVAC & Control Systems

14 & 15 August 2023 in Singapore

Who should attend?

  • Facility managers

  • Facility engineers

  • Architects

  • Utility field representatives

  • Industrial hygienists

  • Recent graduate engineers

  • Others who want to gain a better understanding of air conditioning and the control systems



The primary objective of this course is to provide you with an understanding of the fundamentals of air
conditioning , Building Automation and Controls Systems. Upon completing this course you will


  • Why HVAC systems play a major role in achieving a quality indoor environment

  • Basic air-conditioning processes

  • HVAC system impacts on comfort, productivity, and indoor air quality

  • Building Automation and Control Systems Overview

  • Control Functions

  • Building Automation Functions

  • Application of Controls for Commercial Comfort Systems

  • HVAC equipment, how it operates and the control systems


  • HVAC Overview

  • Psychrometrics

  • Occupant Comfort and Indoor Air Quality

  • Introduction to HVAC Controls

  • Introduction to Refrigeration Equipment

  • Overview of Air Conditioning Systems

  • Air Conditioning Systems


Chilled Water Systems

16 & 17 August 2023 in Singapore

Whether your chilled water system keeps people or equipment cool, this seminar is for you if you need to understand how your system works and what you can do to make it work better.

Having a fundamental understanding of chilled water systems is a prerequisite to being able to properly maintain them and gain additional efficiency from them. This course will teach you what you need to know so that you can go back to your workplace and immediately apply what you have learned.

Who should take this course?

This course is designed for people working on or who are responsible for the chilled water systems in their facility. Attendees come from a wide variety of industries, skill-levels, company sizes, and job titles, so if you're not sure you'll fit in or will benefit from the class, don't worry - you will - as long as you are looking to increase your knowledge about chillers, cooling towers and other chilled water systems. People who will benefit from this seminar include…

All maintenance and supervisory personnel responsible for chilled water systems in:

  •  Manufacturing Plants

  •   Commercial Buildings

  •    Hospitals

  •   Data Centers

  •   Schools

  •   Government Buildings

  •   Research Facilities

  •   Shopping Centers

  •   Apartment Buildings



  •  Building & Facility Maintenance Personnel

  •  Industrial Maintenance Technicians

  •  Refrigeration Technicians HVAC &

  •  Building & Plant Engineers

  •  Building Managers & Executives

  •  Plant & Facility Managers

  •  Environmental Health & Safety Personnel

  •  Boiler Technicians

  •  HVAC Design Engineers

  •  Energy Management Personnel

  •  Multi-craft & Cross Training Personnel

  • Any person needing a basic course in chilled water systems.


Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, students will understands:

  • Components used in chilled water systems and their functions

  •  Theory of heat transfer and how it applies to chilled water systems

  •  The compression refrigeration cycle

  •  Uses and applications of chilled water systems in building HVAC

  •  Basic design, specifications and capacity of chilled water systems

  •  Refrigerants and refrigerant characteristics

  •  Psychrometrics – what it is and why it is important

  •  How to achieve system stability through proper maintenance practices

  • Energy consumption strategies for efficiency and savings


  • Chilled Water Systems Overview

  • Heat Transfer Theory

  • Compression Refrigeration Cycle

  • Refrigerants

  • Equipment Components

  • Heat Rejection Systems

  • Psychometrics


About the Expert


Remarkably astute seasoned and extremely patient professional equipped with more than 45 years of experience in all aspects of commercial, industrial and process air conditioning (HVAC) systems. Able to offer high-calibre training in the operation and maintenance of HVAC systems and equipments. Extensive knowledge of air-conditioning system design including equipment selection and sizing of the various sub-systems. Demonstrated intense capability in training up service personel to the competency levels required for the multiple teams at the various locations.Great ability not only in imparting technical skills but more so with the soft skills in establishing and maintaining good customer relationship and satisfaction and productive working relationships among cross-cultural team members.

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