Auto Air-conditioner


Course Detail


Course Description

MITI's Auto Air-conditioner course covers proper diagnosis and servicing techniques, including recycling, charging and handling of refrigerants. You will also learn diagnosis and servicing techniques, including recycling and charging. It also introduces the principles of automotive air conditioning systems, including refrigerant theory, and gives students hands-on experience with air conditioning equipment and will provide the complete skills and knowledge to undertake air conditioning services in the automotive industry.

Course Duration 4 Months
Credit Hours 288 Hours
Daily Hours 3 Hours
Theory Hours 88 Hours
Practical Hours 200 Hours
Class Timing 09:00Am to 12:00Pm & 02:00Pm to 05:00Pm
Course Level Intermediate

Course Contents


  • Assembling & Disassembling Of Different Types Of Compressors
  • Cooling Units & Condensers
  • Leakage Checking
  • Vacuum & Charging Of Air Condition System
  • Complete Servicing
  • Installation Of A/C System

Why MITI


  • Experienced & Professional Instructors
  • Well-Equipped Workshops & Practical Labs
  • Affiliation with TTB and City & Guilds
  • Course Training with Professional Grooming
  • Most Affordable Fee
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Admission Updates

  • The admission of all courses for the Female section will be start by 1st December - 2016 and classes commence by 2nd January - 2017.
  • The admission of all courses for the Male section Admission will be start by 15th December - 2016 and classes commence by 1st February - 2017.
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