Program of Study

  • Refrigeration systems, refrigeration system theory, components, operation, and application.

  • Heating systems and applications.

  • Blueprint reading.

  • Basic to advanced electrical theory and application.

  • Electromagnetic controls and heat transfers.

  • Natural gas and LP (liquefied petroleum) gas piping and components.

  • Pipe fitting and installation.

  • Home electrical wiring and components.

  • Basic sheet metal install, and load calculations.

Industry Credentials

  • EPA 608 Universal Refrigeration Certification

  • NATE Certification

  • OSHA 10

  • First Aid & CPR

Program Highlights

  • Install, maintain, diagnose, and repair residential and light commercial heating, ventilating, air conditioning, refrigeration, and environmental controls.

  • Develop skills in the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) aspects for HVAC systems.

  • Work with sheet metal and learn soldering and brazing skills.

Career Opportunities

  • HVAC Installer commercial/residential

  • HVAC Service

  • Technician

  • Pipefitter        

  • Plumber

  • Electrician

  • Boiler Installer

  • Building Control Installer

Training & Education

  • A variety of careers which would insist of the knowledge and skills needed in the HVAC/mechanical/plumbing and pipefitting trades.

Articulated Agreements

  • Check with the instructor for the most up-to-date list of college partners.

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