HEATING VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITION (HVAC)

Training Program

Summary

  • Duration: 11 months
  • Prepare for two pro HVAC certifications
  • Hands-on lab
  • Learn installation, sales, maintenance, and repair
  • Prepare for entry-level field-service positions
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Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Diploma Program

Nothing beats air conditioning on a hot summer’s day or turning on the heater on a cold winter’s night. But what if something goes wrong? Who comes to the rescue? An HVAC professional. That professional could be you! If you’re good with tools and solving problems, and if you like helping people, Florida Career College’s Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) program could be the first step toward a career you’ll love.

Summary

  • Duration: 11 months
  • Prepare for two pro HVAC certifications
  • Hands-on lab
  • Learn installation, sales, maintenance, and repair
  • Prepare for entry-level field-service positions

Career Outcomes

In as few as 11 months you could have the training you need to begin a career in the HVAC industry selling, installing, and maintaining residential equipment. Our program prepares students for entry-level positions such as:

  • HVAC Technician
  • Air Conditioning Technician
  • Service Technician
  • HVAC Mechanic
  • Refrigeration Technician
  • HVAC Specialist
  • Refrigeration Mechanic
 

Campus Locations

HVAC pros are always needed. That’s why Florida Career College’s Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning program is available at many of our campuses. This gives you the flexibility to study at a location convenient to where you work or live. The following campuses currently offer the program:

About the Program

In this program you’ll put your mind and hands to work learning how to troubleshoot, maintain, install, and repair residential HVAC systems. Coursework includes lots of time in a lab setting working with tools and practicing vital techniques and results in preparation for two important (optional) HVAC certifications: the EPA Section 608 Certification for Stationary Air Conditioning and Refrigeration and the Universal R-410A Safety Training & Certification.

You will take the following courses as part of the HVAC program:

Course Title
Basic Electricity, Motors and HVAC Controls
Basic Refrigeration Theory and Application
Air Conditioning, Troubleshooting and Green Awareness
Heating Systems and Boilers
Duct Design, Blueprint Reading and Load Calculation
Commercial Refrigeration and Chiller Application
Specialized Commercial Equipment
Regulation and Building Automation
Commercial and Residential Troubleshooting