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HVACR Technician Program

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HVACR Technician Program

Train for a career in heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR).1

HVACR Courses

Our HVACR courses are designed to build your knowledge from the ground up. No prior experience required.

  • HVACR Core, Basic Electricity and Motors
  • Fundamentals of Refrigeration
  • Heating Systems I
  • Indoor Air Fundamentals
  • Heating Systems II
  • Air Conditioning and Alternative Systems
  • Sheetmetal, Installation, Codes and EPA
  • Building Management and NATE Core
  • Commercial Refrigeration I
  • Commercial Refrigeration II

HVACR Technician Training

Working on HVACR systems requires an awareness of safety procedures, knowledge of heating and cooling, familiarity with tools used in the industry, and the ability to perform a variety of manual skills. In the program, you’ll learn all of this and more. Some key topics covered in the program include:

  • Schematics use and interpretation
  • Piping and fitting basics
  • Air handling and hydronics
  • AC and DC circuits and components
  • Sheet metal ductwork
  • Vent system selection and installation
  • Mechanical and electronic controls troubleshooting
  • Customer relations

What is the highest certification for HVAC?

Oct 5, 2022, 09:05 AM

There are many different HVAC certifications one can obtain, all of which are valuable to have as a technician. Several certifications are included in our program:

  • EPA Universal Refrigerant Handling Certification including Core, Type I, Type II, Type III, of the Federal Clean Air Act Section — 608 (EPA examinations administered by ESCO on campus)
  • North American Technician Excellence (NATE) Core exams
  • R410a
  • OSHA 10 General construction

Outside of these, there are also higher certifications one can earn as they advance in their career. For example, a typical career path leads toward a state mechanical contractor license, which is considered to be a high-level certification.

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