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Electricity for HVAC

This is a must for anyone trying to move into or advance in the HVAC field.  The class begins with A/C and D/C electrical theory.  Hands-on sessions include:  Ohms Law, proper use of meters, how to read wiring diagrams, and how to interpret measurements.  HVAC electricity and how to safely check, evaluate and repair the supply to equipment.  Personal safety is a strong focus.  Students should bring Lineman’s pliers, screw drivers and wire strippers to each class after the first session.

HVAC Motors and Controls

Topics include:  basic control circuits, sensing devices, braking methods, and types of motors.  Students will study schematic diagrams to follow circuit connections.  Students should bring Lineman’s pliers, screw drivers and wire strippers to each class after the first session.

Oil Heat Service Technician

The program is designed to teach individuals the fundamental skills of oil heat.  Upon successful completion of this program, students will be entitled to take the NORA exam to become a Bronze Level Oil Heat Technician.  Topics include:  personal/industry safety, carbon monoxide, nozzle combustion, basic electricity, drafting & venting, and ignition systems.  The lab hours will be used to reinforce the lessons learned in the classroom.  NORA Exam is a one-time test.  Students not securing a passing grade of 80% may retest at their discretion.  Fees vary by test locations.

Air Conditioning Technician

Service technicians are in great demand.  This program is designed for a residential/light commercial air conditioning service technician career.