Heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC/HVACR) technicians can work in private homes, commercial offices, industrial complexes, or any other type of building. While technicians usually focus on either installation or repair work, they typically train in both areas. You'll learn about the components and construction of HVACR systems, temperature control, electronics, and how to read blueprints.
Most HVAC technicians need to train to be sure that they can work with new products and that they can work in all the branches of HVAC as necessary. This covers a very large area of different equipment, and requires training on an ongoing basis.
Being able to work with almost any of the systems that make up HVAC means that you will be able to choose who you work for and how you work, and will give you a very satisfying job.
Courses in HVAC Training typically include;
- Wiring of Mechanical Equipment
- Electrical Practical Basics
- Specialty Electrical Prep Course
- Controls for Fuel/Gas Applications
- Single Phase Induction Motors
- Limited Energy System
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