HVAC (RESIDENTIAL AC) TRAINING
This program teaches the student about heat pumps, ventilation, and air conditioning. It touches on sheet metal, refrigerant reclaiming, charging, and ale maintenance procedures. This is a certificate only course and is the natural progression from heating. It gives the tech the skills to repair or install residential ale systems to be able to gain their ours to challenge the MTCU 313D Certificate of Qualification.
Course length: HVAC Training runs 260 hours and at the present time enrollment is only offered during the day. Should enrollment make it necessary, evening classes will be run.
The cost includes the Refrigeration and Air Conditioning textbook and Ozone Depletion Prevention certificate training.
- Service Calls
- Refrigeration System Fundamentals
- Service Basics
- Basic Electricity
- Motors & Controls
- Refrigeration System Components
- Indoor Air Fundamentals
- A/C Systems
- Heating Systems
All of our instructors are qualified and licensed in the HVAC community. Many own their own businesses or work for other companies. They are truly passionate about the work they do and freely hand their knowledge over to their students. They pay attention to their students, answer their questions readily, and will take whatever time is necessary to be understood.
Hands-on training is a large portion of our classes. Since the classes are small, there is plenty of opportunities for each student to spend as much time as needed on equipment to learn the skills needed in the field. Graduates leave our school “truck ready”, licensed and capable of working on their own. Many companies hire our grads based on the fact that they attended Great Lakes alone!
Our goal is to give students the information required to be successful heating and cooling technicians.