Conference Certification and Review Courses

  

 

About RETA Certification

RETA Credentials: The Gold Standard in Refrigeration 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.

RETA-certified operators must meet high standards for industrial refrigeration training and knowledge. RETA offers the following credentials and training opportunities for refrigeration industry operators and other professionals.

Review Courses offered at the Conference (attend a certification course and/or attend both a certification course and the conference).

Certified Assistant Refrigeration Operator (CARO) is designed for new operators who demonstrate entry-level knowledge that qualifies them to work under supervision in industrial plants and facilities. 

October 6-8, 2019

Certified Industrial Refrigeration Operator (CIRO) is designed to assess more advanced concepts, principles, and applications required to supervise industrial refrigeration operators. A minimum of two year's machine room experience is required.

October 6-8, 2019

Certified Refrigeration Service Technician (CRST) is designed for technicians and support personnel who troubleshoot and maintain industrial refrigeration plants and facilities.  The credential addresses topics from advanced levels of plant safety and operations through the basics of ammonia refrigeration compliance and PSM requirements.  A CARO or CIRO credential or at least four years of progressively responsible experience in industrial refrigeration is required.

October 6-8, 2019

Certified Refrigeration Energy Specialist (CRES) is designed to assess the mastery of refrigeration system operations and energy management strategies. While no other RETA credentials are required, CRES candidates do need to demonstrate enough knowledge of refrigeration operations to offer energy management strategies without compromising the safety or integrity of refrigeration systems. 

October 7-9, 2019

Train the Trainer Course is focused on training adults in hands-on operations and technical skills and its application is designed to benefit employees that are asked to design and/or deliver training in the workplace. Participants identify the learning needs of adults, how to plan, develop, and implement different types of training, and how to deliver and assess the success of the training.

October 6-8, 2019

 

 

 

Refrigerating Engineers & Technicians Association
Toll Free: 844.801.3711 · Phone: 541.497.2955 · Fax: 541.497.2966
1725 Ferry St SW, Albany, OR 97322