Heating, Ventilation, and Air Condition (HVAC)

Program Overview

Graduate in as few as 10 Months

Online and

In-class Learning

Financial Aid is available for those who qualify

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Classes Starting
December 28th, 2022!

  • Teaches students how to install, maintain, repair, and troubleshoot HVAC systems
  • Prepares you for important EPA Certifications
  • Provides hands-on lab training using real HVAC equipment

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Program Overview

Graduate in as few as 10 Months

Online and

In-class Learning

Financial Aid is available for those who qualify

calendar icon

Classes Starting
December 28th, 2022!

  • Teaches students how to install, maintain, repair, and troubleshoot HVAC systems
  • Prepares you for important EPA Certifications
  • Provides hands-on lab training using real HVAC equipment

HVAC Training Program

Florida Career College’s HVAC Technician Training Program is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to begin an entry-level career as an HVAC Technician. The HVAC Program teaches students how to service, install, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair HVAC and refrigeration systems.

The course also prepares students for two essential certifications: the EPA Section 608 Certification for Stationary Air Conditioning and Refrigeration and the Universal R-410A Certification.

So, if you’re mechanically minded and enjoy working with your hands on residential and commercial systems, consider enrolling in FCC’s HVAC Technician Program.

Our professional HVAC instructors will provide you with the foundational skills needed to earn a rewarding career as they prepare you for an entry-level HVAC technician position.

The great thing about the program is that it can be completed and a diploma earned in as few as 10 months, allowing you to fast-track your career as an HVAC technician. Furthermore, the program is hybrid, meaning students are taught via onsite classes and labs as well as online, making it easier than ever before for students to graduate from the program.

Skills You Will Learn

FCC’s HVAC Training Program equips students with the necessary knowledge and skills for an entry-level HVAC technician career. Some of the skills that this program will provide you with include:

  • Installation, maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of HVAC systems
  • Electricity and electrical components
  • Proper and safe use of HVAC related tools
  • Heating with gas, electricity, and oil
  • Residential air conditioning systems
  • Distribution of air via ductwork and blowers
  • Fundamentals of refrigeration equipment

Overall, the program is designed to provide students with comprehensive training so that they’re ready to begin an entry-level HVAC technician career confidently. Students are taught how to install, troubleshoot, and repair residential and commercial HVAC systems. The program also prepares students to take two important certifications designed to help expand their qualifications and career prospects.

Our HVAC courses blend on-campus training with online classes, making it easier and more convenient for parents and working adults to complete the program and graduate. If you’re interested in an HVAC technician career, consider enrolling in FCC’s HVAC Training. Contact us, and one of our admissions team members will provide you with all of the information you need to enroll in the program.

HVAC Program Career Outcomes

Students who complete FCC’s HVAC Training Program will enter the workforce equipped with the knowledge, skills, and training that employers are looking for when hiring entry-level HVAC Technicians. Also, graduates of the program may be able to begin a career in the HVAC industry selling, installing, maintaining, repairing, and servicing HVAC equipment.

Our program prepares students for the following entry-level positions:

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

About This Program

FCC’s HVAC Technician Training Program includes hands-on lab simulations to prepare students for field service work typically performed by HVAC installation technicians, shop service technicians, repair technicians, and apprentice mechanics.

Also, throughout the program, students are taught HVAC installation, repair, maintenance, HVAC basic design, and troubleshooting.

Additionally, the program prepares students for two important certifications for HVAC professionals: the EPA Section 608 Certification for Stationary Air Conditioning and the Universal R-410A Certification. (The R-410A Certification is not a program completion requirement but is strongly encouraged.)

FCC focuses on providing its students with the knowledge and skills they need so that they may qualify for a variety of HVAC positions.

So, if you’re interested in pursuing a career as an HVAC technician, contact us, and one of our admissions team members will provide you with the program, application, and enrollment information related to our HVAC Training Course.

Course List

Course
Number

Course
Title

HVC130

Basic Electricity, Motors and HVAC Controls

HVC135

Basic Refrigeration Theory and Application

HVC140

Air Conditioning, Troubleshooting and Heat Pump Systems

HVC145

Heating Systems and Boilers

HVC150

Duct Design, Blueprint Reading and Load Calculation

HVC155

Commercial Refrigeration Systems

HVC160

Specialized Commercial Equipment and Green Awareness

HVC165

Regulation and Building Automation

HVC170

Electrical and Mechanical Troubleshooting

FCC Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Program - FAQs

A Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Technician ensures that indoor spaces – whether they’re residential, commercial, or industrial facilities – establish and maintain effective heating and cooling while also ensuring good air quality. They do this through the design, installation, testing, maintenance, control, and repair of HVAC systems that keep people cool during hot days, warm during cool days, and breathing air that’s filtered and clean. HVAC techs may also work with the installation and maintenance of refrigeration units. Click here to learn more about how you can become an HVAC Technician!

Resources

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