Air Conditioning, Refrigeration, and Heating Technology Helper

What We Offer

Start Date

March 8, 2024

Duration

471 Hours — 13 Months

Available Classes

🇬🇧    English
🇪🇸    Spanish

This HVAC Course emphasizes understanding and skill development in the heating, air conditioning, refrigeration and ventilation industry.

In addition, it develops knowledge in elements of the industry such as planning, management, finance, technical and production skills, as well as the underlying principles of technology, health, safety and technology, health, safety and environmental issues.

The objective of the HVACR Technology Program is to provide advanced training in the heating, air conditioning, refrigeration and ventilation industry.

The HVAC technician certification will prepare the student with the required skills and obtain the EPA 608 Certification in a program of 471 theoretical and practical hours, which also includes the 4 employment ready. After the exam, the student can be employed as a HVAC certified technician.

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Who is our HVAC Course intended for?

Aspiring HVAC Technicians:

This HVAC course caters to individuals who are eager to secure an entry-level role in the HVAC sector. Opportunities abound across diverse HVAC specializations, ranging from installation and maintenance to service and repair. These positions necessitate a foundational grasp of electrical systems and other trades interconnected with HVAC technology. If you’re ready to embark on a journey into this field, this HVAC course equips you with the essential knowledge and skills demanded by the industry.

Career-Driven Professionals in Florida:

For professionals already immersed in Florida’s workforce, an interest in enhancing their technical aptitude beckons. The state offers a plethora of avenues for acquiring certifications and pursuing advanced degrees in HVAC technology. These specialized programs delve deeper into the intricate principles and practices that underpin the HVAC realm. By enrolling in this HVAC course, you seize the chance to amplify your expertise and open doors to more intricate and challenging roles within the industry.

Graduates Launching into HVAC Careers:

High school and college graduates poised to chart a trajectory within HVAC technology confront a diverse spectrum of educational pathways. Vocational and technical programs proffer immersive, hands-on training across various HVAC systems, accompanied by courses on energy management and air quality regulations. Alternatively, for those nurturing ambitions of a higher echelon in the field, engineering programs at the university level present an opportunity to cultivate an in depth comprehension of HVAC theory and design. Through this HVAC course, you’re empowered to make informed decisions about the academic journey that best aligns with your aspirations in the world of HVAC.

Embark on your journey to success.

A thriving career path in Florida’s HVAC Industry

The Sunshine State, renowned for its unrelenting heat and humidity, has established air conditioning (HVAC) as a ubiquitous necessity across residential, commercial, and industrial spaces. The pervasive demand for climate control solutions has translated into an exceptional opportunity for HVAC professionals, shaping a career trajectory brimming with prospects and stability.

As temperatures soar, so does the need for skilled HVAC experts who can tame the environment and create comfort amidst the sweltering conditions. The vital role that HVAC systems play in maintaining habitable indoor spaces has transformed this field into an indispensable pillar of modern living in Florida.

Furthermore, the rich tapestry of cultures in the state, bolstered by a significant Latino migration, has endowed linguistic diversity. Spanish, far from being a hindrance, has emerged as a valuable asset. A bilingual capability not only bridges communication gaps but also enhances professional interactions in a multicultural landscape.

So, whether you are delving into this dynamic realm or seeking to elevate your existing HVAC career, Florida not only welcomes you with its booming demand but also embraces the advantages that linguistic and cultural fluency bring to this flourishing industry. Your journey towards a prosperous future begins here, where the fusion of technical expertise and cultural acumen opens doors to unparalleled success.

What you’ll gain from the ir Conditioning, Refrigeration, and Heating Technology Helper Program

Mastering essential skills and attaining EPA 608 Certification

Embarking on the journey through our program, you’ll be equipped with a comprehensive skill set essential for excelling in the HVAC industry. Through a carefully structured curriculum spanning 471 hours, you’ll engage with both theoretical foundations and practical applications, ensuring a holistic understanding of HVAC systems.

Elevate your expertise with EPA 608 Certification

A significant highlight of our program is the opportunity to achieve the EPA 608 Certification. This esteemed credential not only showcases your proficiency in managing refrigerants and understanding environmental regulations but also amplifies your credibility in the field. Our curriculum is designed to provide hands-on experience, enriched by four employment-ready modules that bridge the gap between theoretical knowledge and real-world implementation.

Your path to a promising HVAC career

Upon successful completion of the program and the certification exam, you’ll be poised to embark on a promising journey as a certified HVAC technician. Armed with a skill set honed through a comprehensive curriculum, you’ll be well-prepared to contribute meaningfully to the industry. This certification serves as your ticket to a world of employment opportunities and a testament to your commitment to excellence.

Syllabus

H1801

Health, Health, safety, and environmental management systems.

H1802

Tools in the heating, air-conditioning, and refrigeration industry.

H1803

Mathematics knowledge and skills.

H1804

Basic electricity and components of heating, air-conditioning, and refrigeration equipment.

H1805

Troubleshooting heating, air-conditioning, and refrigeration electrical control systems.

H1806

Select and test electrical generation and distribution components for commercial heating and air conditioning systems.

H1807

Maintain, test, and troubleshoot electrical motors and their components for commercial heating and air-conditioning systems.

H1808

Troubleshoot and wire electrical motors and their components.

H1809

Operate solid-state electronics as used in heating, air-conditioning, and refrigeration systems.

H1810

Evaluate single-phase and three-phase power as used in heating, air-conditioning, and refrigeration systems.

H1811

History and concepts of heating, air-conditioning,and refrigeration.

H1812

Properties of matter and heat behavior.

H1813

Fluids, pressures, refrigerants, and related codes.

H1814

Heating, air-conditioning and refrigeration system components and accessories.

H1815

Test and troubleshoot commercial evaporators.

H1816

Fabricate and service the piping, tubing, and fittings.

H1817

Utilize and operate mechanical refrigeration servicing and testing equipment.

H1818

Assist in the installation of a residential heating and air-conditioning system and determine start-up procedures.

H1819

Conduct start-up and check-out procedures for mechanical heating and air-conditioning systems.

H1820

Demonstrate a working knowledge of refrigerants and oils.