|Conference Certification & Review|
About RETA Certification
RETA certification requires meeting eligibility criteria and demonstrating knowledge of industrial refrigeration concepts, principles and practices. RETA certification exams and other requirements assess competencies in the realm of industrial refrigeration operation. RETA training materials provide the fundamental knowledge needed to understand these concepts and operating principles.
RETA certification exams are accredited by ANSI (American National Standards Institute), which requires that they are continually scrutinized by an organization whose sole mission is to establish, maintain and assure that the highest industry standards are set and met in a continuous and ongoing basis. ANSI is certainly recognized and often highly regarded by regulatory agencies such as EPA and OSHA in the establishment and maintenance of the highest industrial and safety benchmarks.
Review Courses Offered at the Conference
CARO is an entry-level credential that is designed to demonstrate that an operator has sufficient knowledge to work under supervision in industrial refrigeration. There is no minimum experience requirement for CARO. The exam assesses mastery of concepts and principles in RETA’s Industrial Refrigeration I and the ammonia safety chapter in Industrial Refrigeration IV (chapter 7).
CRES - Certified Refrigeration Energy Specialist
There is also a performance aspect related to CRES which includes the documentation of three energy saving activities related to refrigeration system operations and their facilities whereby energy savings can be quantitatively documented.
Certification of CRES occurs after successful completion of the exam and documentation of three activities. Additional activities must be documented to maintain CRES certification.
Please visit the Certification Tab on the RETA website for further information on each of these Certifications and to download their respective handbooks.
Train the Trainer Course
This train the trainer course is designed for workplaces that need trainers that will hit the ground running with a high level of adult learning tools.
This is not an exercise for passing assessments, this is for people that need the skills to train in today's professional workplaces.
For further information on the Train the Trainer course visit https://reta.com/page/trainthetrainer?