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SkillFRIDGE SkillFRIDGE 2018:


Aspiring engineers start to show their skills


Regional heats are well underway for the SkillFRIDGE 2018 Competition Series, giving aspiring RACHP engineers the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge and practical skills and a chance to secure a coveted spot at the National Final. Two heats took place in June; the first on Tuesday 12 at Bath College,


followed by Eastleigh College on Thursday 14 – both of which were rich with real talent and high standards of technical knowledge. The other stars of the first two heats were the industry judges; Nathan Ormond of Toshiba, Dave Bartlett of Star Refrigeration, Kelvin Kelly of Business Edge, Ian Lemmon of Beijer, Steven Burge of Cosham Refrigeration and Abdul Pektar of the College of North West London. SkillFRIDGE Competition Operating Partner (COP) Manager Karena Cooper comments: “It was fantastic to see so many industry figures proactively demonstrating their commitment and passion to the competition and doing their bit for the industry.”


Sponsors of the competition also gave generously, providing competitors with essential products and vital information to take away – including the F- Gas 517/2014 reference manual by Kelvin Kelly and Martin Cook of Business Edge. The manual has been created in line with the EU 2015.2067 syllabus, on which the F-Gas certificate assessment is based, but covers much more. The competition will now head to Burnley for the penultimate heat at the


Practical Refrigeration Training Centre on Thursday 12 July, before this stage comes to a close at the final heat hosted by Grimsby Institute on Wednesday 18 July.


What's next?


Once the regional stage is completed, all competitors will be ranked according to the scores that they achieved at their respective heats. New for 2018, the highest scoring competitor at this stage will be invited to


receive a special accolade presented by the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) at the prestigious Awards, taking place in London on 1 November.


Lead Brand Sponsor


• Brand partners


The top six competitors nationally will qualify for the next stage and will undergo a series of training tasks in preparation for the National Final - which will give them one final opportunity to impress the SkillFRIDGE judges and be in with a chance to win the coveted SkillFRIDGE gold medal. This year's National Final will take place at WorldSkills UK LIVE (NEC Birmingham) from 15-17 November.


•• Brand sponsors • Training providers


14 July 2018


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