Trained, highly skilled personnel are needed for the exciting new technological demands of the residential heating, ventilation and air conditioning industry. Independent and critical thinking men and women instilled with troubleshooting and electrical control circuit skills are vital for the future installation and servicing of residential HVAC equipment. Prospective technicians will also master the intricacies of the newest residential energy management controls and indoor air quality equipment.

Career Opportunities

Employment is available in management, sales, service and the installation and maintenance of residential HVAC equipment. Qualified graduates can be employed as installers, quality control technicians, service technicians, manufacturer`s representatives, sales consultants, layout persons, and designers.

Award Outcomes:

  • Obtain OSHA 30 Certification.
  • Obtain the EPS Section 608 Refrigerant Handling License.
  • Practice human relation skills.
  • Demonstrate basic tool usage.
  • Apply mathematical, reading, and communication skills essential to the HVAC industry.
  • Troubleshoot electrical motors.
  • Troubleshoot control circuits for refrigeration and A/C equipment.
  • Troubleshoot gas heating equipment.

Required Credits

Technical Studies Requirements 30 Credits
General Education Requirements 2 Credits

Elective Credits

Technical Studies Electives 1 Credits
General Education Electives 2 Credits
  • Any HTC 1000 level-or-higher general education course may be used to satisfy the elective requirements.

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