HVAC Course : AC Course
This AC Course is the first step in getting job in AC as more than a tech helper. If you had OJT in AC and want more, then this AC Course brings the AC knowledge to your improve your AC job and OJT work. More details...
HVAC Course : AC Course
HVAC Heating, Ventilating & Air Conditioning: An AC Course and the First Step to Getting a Job in AC This AC Course is the first step in getting job in AC as more than a tech helper. If you had OJT in AC and want more, then this AC Course brings the AC knowledge to your improve your AC job and OJT work.
The AC School of Industrial Training School is offering this AC Course for those who want to get back into doing AC jobs or AC work. This AC Course is popular with AC Tech Helpers who leave the AC field because they wanted in a job than being a Helper to a Technician and now find they want to get a job in AC again, but more than a Helper. It can be said that AC Techs lack the knowledge to teach or have forgotten AC knowledge to instruct the a Helper. As an AC Tech Helper you can take the knowledge from this AC Course and begin to demonstrate your AC Knowledge and build your confidence as a AC Tech.
"Thanks, I learned a lot" Scott B.
As a HVAC correspondence course or AC Course, this ac course covers important aspects of residential and commercial HVAC. The text book provides excellent color sketches and pictures for ease of grasping the concepts and identify the parts and components in a AC or Central Air or HVAC Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning system and how they function.
This AC Course on HVAC is a certificate course and consists of 10-lessons and is designed to be done at your own pace (up to 1 year). This course does not require access to a computer or the internet because this is a correspondence course by mail. The AC Course lessons and their quizzes are open book.
As an AC Course training is by distant learning in the format of a correspondence course by mail. The AC School of Industrial Training School encourages potential students to consider taking another AC Course titled "HVAC for Beginners" if they have no experience.
The HVAC Heating, Ventilating & Air Conditioning: An AC Course and the First Step to Getting a Job in AC covers the following outline and topics:
- An Overview of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Work and Safety
- The Role of AC Air Conditioning and Comfort
- What is indoor Air Quality
- What are the Fundamentals of Refrigeration and What is a Refrigeration System
- How do you Measure Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
- What Terms and Abbreviations are Used in Refrigeration
- What Codes Apply to HVAC or AC and What are the AC Standards
- List the Safety Codes and Safety Measures for AC or Refrigeration Work
- Paper Work when Doing AC Work
- Overview of Basic Electricity
- Why Do I need to Know About Electricity When I Working on a AC unit
- What Do I need to Know About Basic Electricity and What Precautions Should I Look For
- How Do You Manage the Handling of Refrigerants in a Refrigeration System or Air Conditioning Unit
- What Steps Are Required When Handling Refrigerants
- What are the Common Refrigerants
- When and What Certification Do You Need to Buy Certain Refrigerant
- What Steps Do I take When There is a Refrigerant Leak in AC Unit
- How Do I Recover a Refrigerant from an AC Unit
- Can I Recycle a Refrigerant
- What is meant by Re-Claiming a Refrigerant
- The Principles of Refrigeration
- What is a Refrigeration Cycle and How Does it Apply to Air Conditioning
- What is the Difference Between Mechanical Refrigeration, Chillers and Absorption Chillers
- Can you Identify All The Refrigeration Components in a Air Conditioning Unit
- Can you Explain What All The Refrigeration Components in a Air Conditioning Unit Do
- A Refrigeration Cycle Low Pressure Side and High Pressure Side
- What is the Refrigeration Cycle Low-Pressure Side and Why is it Different from the Refrigeration High Pressure Side
- Explain What These Refrigeration Components Do
- Expansion Devices
- Refrigerant Lines
- The Science Behind Air Conditioning AC Unit and Refrigeration Cycle
- What is Thermodynamics and What is the Difference Between Heat and Temperature
- How Does a Pressure Enthalpy Diagram Work
- Explain Why a Pressure Enthalpy Diagram is Important to My Understanding of AC
- What is the Science Behind The Conditioning of The Air In a Room
- Describe the Properties of Air
- What is Humidification or How is Humidifying Done
- How Does the Properties of Air Relate to a Psychometric Chart
- What is Air Movement and How is Air Movement Measured
- The H in HVAC Stands for Heating
- Explain How these Common or Typical Heating Methods in HVAC Work and Identify Their Components and Controls -
- Gas Heating
- Hydronic Radiant Heating or HWH / Hot Water Heating
- Oil Furnace
- Forced Hot Air
- Steam Heating
- Electric Heat
- Heat Pumps and Central Air
- What is a Heat Pump
- What are the Major Components of a Heat Pump
- What is Auxiliary Heat in a Central Air System
- How Do I Select a Heat Pump
- Basics of Load Calculation for AC or Central Air
- What Approach Is Needed When Calculating Heating and Cooling Loads
- How Do I Do Load Calculations for Heating and Cooling
- How Do I Select A Heater
- How Do I Select An Air Conditioner
- Controls in Central Air
- What are the Typical Control Schemes Found in Residential and Commercial Buildings
- What are Control System Fundamentals, Control Sensitivities and Control Applications I Could Expect to Find
This AC Course is first step in getting job in AC as an AC Tech and compliments your OJT as an AC Tech by building your AC knowledge by an AC Course.As a knowledge based AC Course on HVAC the training by distant learning in the format of a correspondence course by mail. The lessons and their quizzes are by open book and sent in modules by mail.
Industrial Training School is a provider of correspondence courses to corporations, small businesses, universities, non-profits and government for their employees or sponsorships.
Average Hours of Completion: 120-Hours
Course Degree of Difficulty -4 Stars
Tools Required: None
You have one-year to complete the course. You can request a one-time 6-month extension with a $50 extension fee.
This is a flexible plan to meet your demanding schedule.