RSES 'Core Essentials' Manual Available in Spanish

RSES 'Core Essentials' Manual Available in Spanish

The “Preparing for the NATE Exam” series of manuals is designed to help HVACR service technicians and installers with the tools they need to be successful in mastering the key concepts required to pass the North American Technician Excellence examinations.

Refrigeration Service Engineers Society (RSES) has released "Fundamentos básicos," the newest title in the “Preparing for the NATE Exam” series. It is RSES’s first manual available in Spanish. The manual translation into Spanish was done to fulfill a need that arose from North American Technician Excellence’s release of Spanish exams earlier in the year.

The “Preparing for the NATE Exam” series of manuals is designed to help HVACR service technicians and installers with the tools they need to be successful in mastering the key concepts required to pass the North American Technician Excellence examinations.

“RSES is thrilled to provide Core Essentials in Spanish for those determined to improve their skills in the HVACR industry,” says RSES Interim Executive Vice President Rich Hoke, CMS.

Complete with eight chapters, six appendices and 218 pages, "Fundamentos básicos" covers the following topics:

  • soft skills
  • trade tools
  • safety
  • heat and matter
  • electrical fundamentals
  • transformers and motors
  • electrical diagrams
  • test instruments
  • ppendices complete with a glossary, equations, answers to review questions and more.

"Fundamentos básicos" is available in hard copy or as a PDF for immediate download from the RSES Online Store.

To order "Fundamentos básicos," please contact RSES by calling 800-297-5660 or visit rses.org/store. Once at the RSES Online Store, under the “Certification” tab select “NATE” to make your online purchase.

RSES members will need to login to the website prior to purchasing to receive the appropriate member discount.
 

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