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    Tech Method Training and Other



    Hello all.
    Firstly apologies if this is in the wrong category.

    I believe there is a forum member who is the Author of the tech method training manuals. I am very much interested in purchasing this series and would ask if anyone can post a link to these and any other literature that would help with understanding the principles of air conditioning and refrigeration. Also help with fault finding.

    I am trying to improve myself as an engineer as becoming qualified now a days seem to only consist of completing a portfolio. There is no one to learn from where I work in fact my boss is looking to me to teach the other engineers. I therefore want to ensure I know and do things the right way.
    I have my 2079. I know my limits and want to push past them.

    Thanks for any help you can provide.

    Kev.



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    Re: Tech Method Training and Other

    He hasn't been here for years, I even forgot his name.

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    Re: Tech Method Training and Other

    I think it was Garry from FLA in the USA
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    Gary got fed up of people wanting his and others copyrighted literature for free!
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    Have not seen Gary on forum for a while either, I could be wrong but may be health issues as well. If you are out Gary and watching, so hello !!
    Kevin , if you want to up skill, there are multitudes of courses available. But best idea is reading and understanding books, and add experience.

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    Re: Tech Method Training and Other

    I do hope he is OK. From what I remember of him it's a loss to the forum. Can anyone link to his bio. I remember him having links to purchase the literature on there or in his signature.
    It's defo the reading and understanding route I want to take. If anyone has any suggestions on books would much appreciate it.

    Thanks.

    Kev.

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    Now, when I am officialy citizen off EU, I am looking for decent job! For any job offer please check my profile!

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    Re: Tech Method Training and Other

    Hi, Kevin7.1


    Quote Originally Posted by kevin7.1 View Post
    Hello all.
    Firstly apologies if this is in the wrong category.

    I believe there is a forum member who is the Author of the tech method training manuals. I am very much interested in purchasing this series and would ask if anyone can post a link to these and any other literature that would help with understanding the principles of air conditioning and refrigeration. Also help with fault finding.

    I am trying to improve myself as an engineer as becoming qualified now a days seem to only consist of completing a portfolio. There is no one to learn from where I work in fact my boss is looking to me to teach the other engineers. I therefore want to ensure I know and do things the right way.
    I have my 2079. I know my limits and want to push past them.

    Thanks for any help you can provide.

    Kev.

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