To promote quality education and training to all learners, enhancing the skills of individuals and the capacity of the entire sector, in a manor that is consistent with the objectives of Paddy's Refrigeration and Airconditioning Training Centre.
Training os the central focus and is regarded as a key factor in the company's growth and quality levels.
In keeping with the world's best practices, we are continually modifying and incorporating the latest training technology to ensure our training confirms to the highest and most demanding quality standards
When someone has worked in the industry as long as I, you can be assured that I know the ins and outs in the refrigeration and air-conditioning. As I work, talk and breathe it.
I have been in the industry since 1972, first serving as an apprentice with electrical construction company in Durban. I progressed with the company for three and a half years.
While serving my apprenticeship the company was sold to defy in October 1976 and I was transferred to homeair air-conditioning.
I qualified with a trade diploma in commercial refrigeration and air-conditioning as the first Indian. I worked myself to various levels with help of the chief engineer the late Mr Hue Brown.
In 1983 I opened my own company (Paddy's Refrigeration and Air-conditioning) with a wide vision, creating job opportunity for many in the industry and teaching them the trade.
In 2000 I joined the Thekwini College in uplifting education in the industry, giving many learners the opportunity in specialising in the trade. While lecturing at the Thewini college, I started the Saturday classes for the industry. In 2003 I relocated the Saturday classes to UAD TRANE Training Centre and Airtronic Spares Training Centre.
With the support of the Industry and the above companies in October 2007 I opened a state of art training centre with full accreditation by merSETA.
53 Blackburn Road
P.O. Box 201965
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