Your first step to becoming a “Super Technician” in the HVAC career field is to understand the basics of HVAC and learning the skills necessary to enter the HVAC career field.
The focus of this course is on the two most important skills for successful technicians: refrigeration and electrical theory. Mastery of these two concepts is the difference between an okay HVAC technician and a superstar HVAC technician. Your instructor is available via email for 12 months after you course completion to help make the transition from HVAC student to HVAC technician.
Who Should Attend
For individuals who are new or fairly new to HVAC or who want to fine tune their skills and understanding of HVAC.
Duration: 52 Weeks.
Workload: 1 hour per day, 5 out of 7 days per week, for participation and study time. That’s 260 hours of facilitated learning across 52 weeks.
Teaching Format: Instructor led e-learning.
Classroom Format: Online and Asynchronous (Participants “attend class” from their own desktop or laptop computer)
Content and Learning Community: Includes the college level textbook (purchased seperately) and lifetime access to our New HVAC community where individuals using our content may share ideas and have access to the latest HVAC information.
This e-course is led by HvacTrainingSolutions founder Ron Walker, who has been working and teaching in the HVAC field for many years. His friendly communication style makes it easy for participants to master the sometimes challenging HVAC concepts. His skillful use of real life experiences with industry resources, and good online facilitation provides a model for every instructor. He is available throughout the course for one-on-one tutoring sessions.
- Module 01 – Temperature and Theory of Heat
- Module 02 – Matter and Energy
- Module 03 – Refrigeration and Refrigerants
- Module 04 – General Safety Practices
- Module 05 – Tubing and Piping
- Module 06 – System Evacuation
- Module 07 – System Charging
- Module 08 – Basic Electricity and Magnetism
- Module 09 – Introduction to Automatic Controls
- Module 10 – Automatic Control Components and Applications
- Module 11 – Troubleshooting Basic Controls
- Module 12 – Types of Electric Motors
- Module 13 – Application of Motors and Motor Controls
- Module 14 – Troubleshooting Electric Motors
- Module 15 – Controls
- Module 16 – Typical Operating Conditions
- Module 17 – Troubleshooting None
- Module 18 – Maintenance
- Module 19 – Air Conditioning Diagnostics – Resources
- Ability to work at a detailed level.
- Eagerness to think.
- Ability to keep going in the face of sometimes challenging and frustrating experiences.
- Basic computer literacy.
- Ability to stay self directed and complete assignments.
Internet access and an Internet email address.
Payment and Price
Is made via by PayPal for a one-time fee or a monthly subscription fee. We accept all major credit cards, cashiers checks, or postal money orders. Payment must be received at least 24 hour in advance of the course starting.