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SER 305 at-a-glance

This class provides the technician with the background understanding and hands-on skill to better diagnose and correct airside problems on packaged and applied HVAC systems.

  • Classroom instruction is supported by lab exercises.
  • Upon completion technician will be better prepared to diagnose the most common airside problems in most HVAC systems
  • This class is not intended for test and balance or commissioning technicians but rather for general service technicians

duration cost format
2 days $600 classroom

FAD
NATE
IACET

Class Overview

HVAC Training Objectives

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this course each student should be able to:

Training Methods Used

Class Details

Topics covered

All times are approximate and shown as (time minutes).

Class Requirements

Completion Requirements

To receive a certificate for any module or for the complete course a student must receive a grade of 70% on the module skill check or final exam. Once you complete the exam you will be able to print a certificate.

Prerequisite requirements

Basic math skills are required to calculate electrical values in skill check problems.

SUGGESTED BACKGROUND

This program is appropriate for anyone interested in a better understanding of the fundamentals of air conditioning systems.

MATERIALS TO BRING

This program uses a software program that uses flash animations and will run on most PC based computers. Some Apple and mobile devices may need a plugin / app to be able to run these programs.

WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE

None.

APPROPRIATE DRESS FOR THIS CLASS

Not applicable.

CLASS HOURS

Class can be accessed 24/7 and is available for completion for 2 weeks after first login.

LOCATION & LODGING

This program is available from Carrier University Online. Access information and enrollment key are provided after registration.