HVAC Training Courses and Workshops

Schools providing training courses, certificates, diplomas or degree programs of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning




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HVAC/R (Certificate)

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: Online Institute of America
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Lakeway, United States
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This course covers multiple-zone recirculating HVAC systems often require multiple calculation interactions to design efficient and effective systems that can provide acceptable indoor air quality. ASHRAE has developed an Excel workbook that can be used to perform these calculations. This lesson teaches you about this ASHRAE tool. Credit earned on completion of this program will be reported to RCEP. A certificate of completion will be issued to each participant. As such, it does not include content that may be deemed or construed to be an approval or endorsement by NCEES or RCEP.

Basic Electricity for HVAC/R

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Greenville Technical College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Greenville, Simpsonville, Taylors, United States

This course includes a basic study of electricity, including Ohm&,#146,s Law and series and parallel circuits as they relate to heating, ventilating, air conditioning and/or refrigeration systems.

Journeyman (Certificate)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Anne Arundel Community College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Annapolis, Arnold, Baltimore, Edgewater, Gambrills, Hanover, Laurel, Severn, United States
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HVACR Exam Review: Journeyman and Master Prepare for the Maryland HVACR Journeyman and Master exams. Study the International Mechanical Code. Review the theory and service of air conditioning, refrigeration, gas and oil heating, and ventilation. Learn how to use an ACCA Ductulator and how to calculate heat load. Textbook information available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued.

HVAC

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Anne Arundel Community College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Annapolis, Arnold, Baltimore, Edgewater, Gambrills, Hanover, Laurel, Severn, United States
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AACC offers a number of career training programs. Whether you are new to the industry or looking to upgrade your skills, you&,#146,ll get comprehensive theory, knowledge and hands-on experience in installation, maintenance and repair of residential HVAC systems. Our short-term training opportunities can prepare you to start as an entry-level technician or to enter formal apprenticeship training.

HVAC Technician Training
AACC offers two convenient training options through Independent Electrical Contractors, Chesapeake or All-State Career School. Both programs are affordably priced, offer flexible schedules, and are conveniently located (Laurel and Baltimore, MD) as well as accessible by car, bus and Marc Train.

HVAC Technician (Certificate)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Anne Arundel Community College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Annapolis, Arnold, Baltimore, Edgewater, Gambrills, Hanover, Laurel, Severn, United States
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Anne Arundel Community College (AACC) has joined forces with Howard Community College (HCC) and Independent Electrical Contractors, Chesapeake (IEC) in Laurel, MD to offer students the skills needed to prepare for a career as an entry-level HVAC technician. Courses are designed for hands-on experience needed for installation, maintenance and repair of the residential systems including troubleshooting, repair and installation services.

Training Overview
In partnership with Independent Electrical Contractors, Chesapeake and Howard Community College.
Classes held at the IEC training center located at 8751 Freestate Drive, Suite 250, Laurel, MD.
Class schedule-Monday through Friday. Day/Evening courses.
Courses

Entry Level Helper Training Package 1
OCA 573 - HVAC Technician Training - Part I
OCA 574 - HVAC Technician Training - Part II

Credentials Earned
Upon successful completion of the training, students will earn an AACC Continuing Education certificate.

HVAC/R LICENSING PREP (Certificate)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: IEC Chesapeake
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Dulles, Laurel, United States
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This Course is designed to prepare you for the master and/or journeyperson’s exam, whether it is the FULL HVAC/R License, or a RESTRICTED license for SHEET METAL (Ventilation) or PIPEFITTING (Hydronics) NOTE: ALL TEXT BOOKS ARE REQUIRED BY THE START OF THE CLASS. EACH STUDENT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR OBTAINING THE TEXT. CALCULATORS SEPARATE FROM YOUR PHONE ARE ALSO REQUIRED. This course will include an overview of the reference manuals required to take the HVAC/R exams, as well as a review of the testing format, and what to expect when sitting for the exam.

Advanced HVAC/R Controls

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Ferris State University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Big Rapids, United States

The study of advanced controls related to residential and commercial applications. The course focuses on control components, wiring, and control sequences used in direct digital control systems. Lab exercises concentrate on control system wiring, operation, and troubleshooting.

HVAC/R Technology

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Ferris State University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Big Rapids, United States
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The Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVACR) Technology program provides a balance of theory and application, in keeping with the philosophy of Ferris State University. This includes a solid foundation of the principles of heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration combined with extensive laboratory experience.

While in the lab, students learn to test, systematically troubleshoot, repair and maintain electrical and mechanical HVACR systems and components. Residential and light commercial heating, ventilating and air conditioning along with food preservation refrigeration are the main focus of the program.

An associate degree in this program will transfer into nearly 20 other Ferris bachelor of science degree programs, including business administration, computer information systems, television production and HVACR engineering technology.

Career Opportunities

Because of the continuing demand for technicians, an HVACR graduate can easily find employment in any state or country. In fact, a Ferris HVACR graduate statistically has multiple jobs to choose from at graduation with starting... [Read More]

Commercial HVAC System Design

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Ferris State University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Big Rapids, United States
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Given building architectural plans, appropriate software, codes and standards, and owner\&,#146,s requirements, students will select appropriate HVAC system, conduct economic analysis, design system and produce working drawings, specifications, and control sequences for evaluation. This course meets General Education Requirements: Writing Intensive.

Primary HVAC Equip Selection

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Ferris State University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Big Rapids, United States

The selection, application and layout of state-of-the-art equipment and systems for commercial and industrial buildings. Emphasis will be placed upon the energy efficiency, integration of equipment into a complete system, and sequence of operation.

HVACR Engineering Technology and Energy Management

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Ferris State University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Big Rapids, United States
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The Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVACR) Engineering Technology curriculum is a two-year, upper-division sequence leading to a bachelor of science degree. Instruction is aimed at developing expertise in system and controls design, retrofitting, testing and adjusting, system balancing and building operations with microcomputer controls.

Students learn up-to-date methods of identifying and performing efficiency evaluations on different types of heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems found in commercial and industrial buildings. They also learn methods of adjusting and balancing equipment for maximum performance.

In addition to classroom study, students perform energy and HVACR systems analysis for West Michigan businesses and industries. An energy systems laboratory includes equipment, computers and instrumentation found in commercial or industrial buildings. The lab includes a ten-ton variable air volume, four-zone system that controls cooling, heating and ventilation with computerized energy management. There also is a paid internship in the summer semester between the junior and senior year.

HVAC/R Building Systems

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Ferris State University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Big Rapids, United States
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The study of the HVAC systems and controls found in commercial and industrial buildings for facility managers. Emphasis is placed on the energy utilization, utility rates, and building management systems that optomize comfort and reduce energy costs for building. The course will include site visitations and reports. Typically Offered Spring Only

Automotive HVAC

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Ferris State University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Big Rapids, United States
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In-depth study of automotive, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems. The course includes theory of operation, diagnosis, and repair of HVAC systems. Environmental safety issues are stressed including law and regulations, CFC recovery and recycling, ozone depletion, and new, environmentally safe systems. Computerized automatic temperature controlled systems are also covered.

Sustainable Design and Operation of HVAC Systems in Buildings Workshop

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: EPIC Educational Program Innovations Center
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Dorval, Edmonton, Calgary, Halifax, Mississauga, Ottawa, Regina, Richmond, Saint Johns, Winnipeg, Canada
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The building industry is approaching general acceptance of sustainable design principles. Sustainable design means that engineers must interact with architects, owners, and facility managers in a team effort to provide high-quality, productive environment for people while considering the impact of their design on the environment. The LEEDTM (Leadership in Energy &, Environmental Design) rating system is an excellent way to quantify the sustainability of buildings.

This course focuses on sustainable design and operation of HVAC systems used in Buildings. It covers: the basics by which HVAC systems operate, descriptions of many system and equipment options that can be selected, guidelines for selection of systems which might be appropriate in given applications, exercises and case studies to reinforce the material.

The course also includes an introduction and a workshop demonstrating the use of one of the best and widely used computer software in designing HVAC systems for commercial buildings in the industry. A demo version of the software will be provided. Participants will have a chance to gain a true hands-on experience with the software. All pa... [Read More]

HVAC System Design and Implementation - New and Retrofit

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: EPIC Educational Program Innovations Center
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Dorval, Edmonton, Calgary, Halifax, Mississauga, Ottawa, Regina, Richmond, Saint Johns, Winnipeg, Canada
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Facility managers of industrial, commercial, and institutional building complexes are responsible for managing the design and construction of HVAC systems, for both new and existing facilities. Although the design and construction services are generally provided by outside consultants and contractors, it is the in-plant facilities maintenance (FM) team that must provide operation and maintenance after the system is commissioned.

This course aims to provide FM teams with a better understanding of the HVAC system including its design, commissioning, and testing processes.

Objective
To provide participants with an understanding of how the various subsystems of an HVAC system work.

Who Should Attend
Facility managers in commercial, institutional, and industrial building complexes
consulting engineers
energy managers
mechanical engineers
instrumentation and control engineers
energy producers and distributors
designers and contractors
electrical and mechanical maintenance personnel
technologists and technical support staff

Fundamentals, Sizing, Selection, and Operation of HVAC Systems

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: EPIC Educational Program Innovations Center
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Dorval, Edmonton, Calgary, Halifax, Mississauga, Ottawa, Regina, Richmond, Saint Johns, Winnipeg, Canada
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Mastering fundamentals, sizing, selection, and operation is a must for designers and operators of HVAC systems. This course covers the fundamentals of HVAC systems starting from psychrometry, presentation and calculations of air conditioning processes and cycles. Cooling and heating load calculations, design of air distribution systems, HVAC equipment and system selection, controls, energy conservation and economics of HVAC systems are all covered in this course. The course also demonstrates the use of Carrier’s Hourly Analysis Program (HAP) in the design and sizing of HVAC Systems.

Manufacturer equipment performance data is provided with correction methods when conditions vary from rated values. Performance data is provided for packaged ACs, roof top units (RTUs), air and water heat pumps, furnaces, chillers, compressors, cooling towers, hydronic coils, pumps, and fans. The course also provides many useful rules of thumb to aid the beginning individual in the design and sizing of HVAC systems and experienced individual will find them useful for a quick design and operation check.

Topics are introduced for individuals who have little background on th... [Read More]

Design, Sizing and Equipment Selection for Thermal Fluid Systems

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: EPIC Educational Program Innovations Center
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Dorval, Edmonton, Calgary, Halifax, Mississauga, Ottawa, Regina, Richmond, Saint Johns, Winnipeg, Canada
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The success in achieving productivity targets and improving existing processes depends on one’s understanding and ability to assess system performance, perform accurate design and sizing calculations, and diagnose and troubleshoot faults.

Participants in this course will learn how to design, size, select, and assess the performance of various components in commonly used thermal-fluid system such as: gas transporting systems (fans, compressors, and ducts), liquid transporting systems (pumps and piping), and heat exchanging systems (shell and tube, double pipe, plate and frame and cross-flow heat exchangers). The materials presented in this course are for individuals who have little background on the subject, while also providing valuable information for personnel with thermal-fluid systems experience.

Objective
To provide participants with the understanding and methodology to: size, design and troubleshoot the operation of various thermal-fluid systems and components.

Who Should Attend
Design and project engineers and technologists
plant and facility engineers
consultants
mechanical engineers and technologists
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Design, Operation and Maintenance of HVAC Systems Workshop

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: EPIC Educational Program Innovations Center
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Dorval, Edmonton, Calgary, Halifax, Mississauga, Ottawa, Regina, Richmond, Saint Johns, Winnipeg, Canada
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The design, operation, maintenance and troubleshooting of a wide range of HVAC systems will be covered. This course starts with a quick review of psychrometry and representation and air conditioning processes on the psychrometric chart. This is followed by a detailed discussion of the basic subsystems of any HVAC system, comprehensive coverage of various systems, and guidelines for selecting the most suitable HVAC system for various applications. Finally, a discussion of the operation and maintenance of various subsystems and components is presented, followed by an outline of the measurements and instrumentation used in HVAC system troubleshooting.

Course Outline:
Psychrometry
Subsystems for HVAC systems
Single- &, multiple-zone systems
Selection of HVAC systems
HVAC equipment selection &, rating tables
Air subsystem components
Air cleaning equipment &, air ducts
Indoor air quality: operation &, maintenance
Troubleshooting
Workshop

Commissioning Process for HVAC Systems and Related Components

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: EPIC Educational Program Innovations Center
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Dorval, Edmonton, Calgary, Halifax, Mississauga, Ottawa, Regina, Richmond, Saint Johns, Winnipeg, Canada
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With increasing energy costs and growing indoor air quality concerns it is essential that new or rehabilitated HVAC systems operate effectively and in an economic manner. Further, to minimize maintenance costs, the system must have sustained reliability. Although the design of the system is obviously of importance, a well-designed system may fail to accomplish the requirements of effectiveness, economy and sustainability unless the correct commissioning processes are planned and implemented.

This seminar provides information on the operating principles of HVAC systems, including air properties, air conditioning processes, refrigeration fundamentals and HVAC related components.

Course Outline:
HVAC systems
Balancing &, commissioning
Program &, pre-design phase commissioning
Design phase commissioning
Construction phase commissioning
Fundamentals for testing &, balancing
Operations &, diagnostics

Assessing the HVAC, Plumbing, Fire Safety, and Moisture Problems

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: EPIC Educational Program Innovations Center
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Dorval, Edmonton, Calgary, Halifax, Mississauga, Ottawa, Regina, Richmond, Saint Johns, Winnipeg, Canada
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Professionals are often engaged by owners to conduct assessments of buildings and structures. This course will present the methodology for assessing a building&,#146,s Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC), plumbing and fire safety systems, as well as assessing mold and moisture problems, for the purpose of carrying out a building condition assessment.

Course Outline:
Methodology of a Building Condition Assessment (Brief Overview)
Assessing HVAC and Plumbing
Fire Safety
Mould &, Moisture Problems
Case Study

Who Should Attend:
Professionals who work in the field of building science and who deal with the assessment of existing residential, commercial, and institutional structures, as well as the preparation of contingency plans based on those assessments, including:
Engineers ?Architects ?Technologists

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