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- 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
UEI’s Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Technician Training Program provides students with the knowledge, skills, and hands-on training needed to begin an entry-level HVAC technician career. UEI’s HVAC classes teach students how to install, service, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair HVAC and refrigeration systems.
The course also prepares students for two important certifications in the HVAC Field. The two certifications are the EPA Section 608 Certification for stationary air conditioning and refrigeration and the R-410A Certification.
If you enjoy working with your hands on current technologies, you should consider enrolling in UEI’s HVAC Training Program. Our program is designed to provide students with the foundational skills required for a rewarding career as an HVAC Technician. The great thing about our HVAC Training Program and Course is that it can be completed, and you can earn your diploma in as few as 10 months.
Some employers tend to prefer students with a post-secondary education over students who do not have such an education because HVAC systems have become so complex that students need an education that teaches them how to install, maintain, and repair such systems. So, if you’re interested in becoming an HVAC technician, consider enrolling in our program today!
At UEI, we understand that our students often have hectic schedules. For this reason, we have created hybrid programs that blend both on-site classes with online learning, making it more convenient than ever before for individuals to become HVAC Technicians.
Skills You Will Learn
The HVAC Training Program is designed to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and hands-on training they need for an HVAC Tech Career.
Here is a list of some of the skills that the program will provide you with:
- Installing, Maintaining, Troubleshooting, and Repairing HVAC systems
- Electricity and Electrical Components
- Proper and Safe Use of HVAC Tools
- Heating Using Electricity, Gas, and Oil
- Residential Air Conditioning Systems
- Distribution of Air via Ductwork and Blowers
- Fundamentals of Refrigeration Equipment
Overall, the program provides students with theory and training, enabling them to begin an entry-level HVAC Technician Career upon graduation from the program.
If you are interested in a career in HVAC, consider enrolling in our Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Training Program. Contact us, and one of our admissions team members will reach out and provide you with everything you need to know about enrolling in the program.
HVAC Training Program Career Outcomes
Graduates of the HVAC Technician Program will enter the workforce equipped with the skills and hands-on training that employers are looking for when hiring entry-level HVAC technicians. After earning their diploma, graduates of the program may begin a career selling, installing, repairing, or maintaining HVAC and refrigeration systems.
Our program prepares students for the following positions:
- HVAC Technician
- HVAC Mechanic
- HVAC Specialist
- Air Conditioning Technician
- Refrigeration Technician
- HVAC Installer
- Refrigeration Mechanic
- Engineering Specialist
- Service Technician
About This Program
UEI’s HVAC Training Program utilizes hands-on lab simulations to prepare students for work performed by HVAC technicians, HVAC service technicians, HVAC repair technicians, and apprentice mechanics in the field. Furthermore, upon completion of the program, students will be able to install, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair HVAC systems.
Additionally, students will receive training to safely work with and handle refrigerants and gain a thorough understanding of the common tools used in the HVAC trade.
Furthermore, the great thing about the program is that it prepares students for two important certifications: the EPA Section 608 Certification and the Universal R-410A Certification. Although these two certifications are not required to complete the program, they are very important for aspiring HVAC technicians.
If you’re interested in becoming an HVAC technician, consider enrolling in UEI’s HVAC Tech Training Program. The program can be completed, and you can earn your diploma in as few as 10 months, placing you on the fast track to becoming a successful entry-level HVAC Technician.
Basic Electricity, Motors and HVAC Controls
Basic Refrigeration Theory and Application
Air Conditioning, Troubleshooting and Heat Pump Systems
Duct Design, Blueprint Reading and Load Calculation
Commercial Refrigeration Systems
Specialized Commercial Equipment and Green Awareness
Regulation and Building Automation
Electrical and Mechanical Troubleshooting
HVAC Technician Training Program FAQs
An HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) technician is a person whose job is to ensure that indoor spaces (residential, commercial, industrial) are adequately cooled, heated, or ventilated. HVAC technicians design, install, test, and repair HVAC systems to ensure that they keep people cool during hot days, warm during cold days, and breathing clean quality air.
Completing an HVAC Technician Program will provide you with the knowledge, skills, and hands-on training that you need to succeed as an HVAC Tech.