This program provides hands-on experience working with heating and cooling systems. Program topics are specific to entry-level HVAC/R and prepares students for employment in the field.
Learn by doing
Courses focused on working adults
Support system to help you succeed
Financial aid available
To those who qualify
Cooling Systems I
Cooling Systems II
EPA Section 608 Certification
Heating Systems I
Heating Systems II
HVAC/R Electrical Controls Lab
HVAC/R Electric Systems & Components
HVACR Fundamentals and Science
Metal Duct Fabrication Lab
Program Review/ICE Residential Test
R - 410A Certification & Refrigeration Systems
Refrigerants and Refrigeration Systems
Tools and Equipment (Pipe and Tube)
EPA Section 608: Universal
When aggressively seeking work in the HVAC field graduates may begin with an entry-level position for the first 1 to 3 years. That is relatively short time considering the end result is a life-long, rewarding, and satisfying career.
(Information represents the following Cohorts: September 2019)
8 Students Started /8 Graduates /100% Graduation Rate
Employment Placement in Field
6 Graduates Employed in Field / 75% Placement in Field
600-hour program, 17-module program
Any 36-hour module listed above
Individual modules are a great option for individuals who require specific updates to enhance their current skills or companies looking to advance the credentials of their workforce.
September 1, 2022
5:00 - 9:00 pm
600 Hours / $8,700*
Adult Technology Center & Adult Technology Lab
*Cost includes books, testing fees, tool kit, and lab fees.