The Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Technology (HVAC) program includes courses in electricity, motors, residential and commercial refrigeration, heating, and air conditioning. Students will learn to install, service, and repair air conditioning and heating units in homes, schools, and commercial and industrial businesses.
Air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration systems consist of many mechanical, electrical, and electronic components, including motors, compressors, pumps, fans, ducts, pipes, thermostats, and switches. Our HVAC graduates will be able to maintain, diagnose, and correct problems throughout an entire system, including modern industry challenges such as energy audits, green principles, and energy efficiency. Students follow blueprints, design specifications, and manufacturer’s instructions to install motors, compressors, condensing units, evaporators, piping, and other components all while using the newest technology.
Students receive extensive hands-on experience, including servicing more than 100 units on campus.
- Residential repair technician
- Commercial refrigeration technician
- Energy auditor
- Refrigeration and maintenance technician in manufacturing or industrial plants and hospitals
608 EPA Certification
OSHA 10 For General Industry
504 Multi-Meter Certification, 575 Digital Clamp-On Meter Certification
Basic Equipment Installation and Diagnostics, Flue Gas Analysis, Leak Detection and Vacuum (refrigeration), Indoor Air Quality, Fluid Integrity, RPM and Vibration Testing