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Our mission

Provide the HVAC/R industry with well-trained professional technicians that can enjoy a future in an industry that is growing. Our unique program allows students to work a full-time job and attend school Friday evening and all day Saturday. Students can graduate in 20 weeks or less. 70% of the training is hands-on. Hands-on training works.

Basic Training & Troubleshooting

Course of Study

Refrigeration Module

120 Contact Hours

  1. A study of the mechanical components that make up a refrigeration system
  2. The refrigeration cycle and the pressure-temperature relationships of refrigerants.
  3. Tools & Refrigerant Management A study of safety in the workplace, the proper use of hand tools, test equipment, and specialty tools, including evacuation and recovery.
  4. Troubleshooting Refrigeration Applied to AC HP & Commercial Refrigeration Systems This is an advanced study of different types of refrigeration components and refrigerants.
  5. Heat Pump Service and Repair In this portion of the program, students will learn to evaluate air distribution systems, servicing techniques, and troubleshooting of AC and Heat Pump Systems.
  6. Students are required to pass the EPA 608 exam Core and Type 2.

Electricity & Controls Module

120 Contact Hours

  1. Basic Electricity & Controls: A study of the theory of electricity, Ohms Law, Series and Parallel circuitry, and an introduction to electromechanical controls.
  2. Advanced Control Circuitry Is an advanced study of electrical controls.
  3. Students learn to draw and read wiring schematics.
  4. Through this course, students learn the basic control sequence of different types of systems.
  5. Troubleshooting Motors & Controls
  6. This course of study includes the practical application of electrical and electronic components in HVACR systems.
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Who Hires HVAC Certified Technicians?

  • Hospitals
  • Universities
  • Local Government
  • State & Federal Government
  • US Postal Service
  • Contractors
  • Manufacturing Facilities
  • Restaurant Chains
  • Resorts
  • Shopping Centers and Malls

What Jobs are Available for Certified HVAC Techs?

  • PM Technicians
  • Service Technicians
  • Startup Technicians
  • Service Managers
  • Installation Specialist
  • HVAC Instructors
  • and more

Getting experience is not difficult

The shortage of certified individuals is so great that the industry is more than willing to put you to work with good pay and benefits.

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