Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning/Refrig - Clarksville and Dickson
Classroom and shop learning experiences include theory, application, and service of air conditioning and refrigeration equipment. Included are print reading, basic electronics, pneumatics, math, programmable controllers, refrigerant containment certification (EPA Certification), and heat pump technology. Upon completion, students are prepared to enter jobs as service technicians in a variety of domestic, industrial, and commercial settings.
Both the Dickson and Clarksville programs have been accredited by the HVAC Excellence program.
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For details about our graduation rates, placement rates & other important information follow this link: http://www.tcatdickson.edu/consumerinfo/?program=dickson/Gedt-1211
|HVAC Mechanic Helper||432 Hours|
|Domestic Unit Repair||864 Hours|
|Refrigeration Technician||1296 Hours|
|Heating/Ventilation & Air Conditioning||1296 Hours|
|Heating/Ventilation, Air Cond./Refrigeration Technician||1728 Hours|
|Commercial Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Technician||2160 Hours|
Supplemental training certificates may be given for specialized industry training. The individual training programs will determine supplemental certificate requirements.
- 432 Hours = 4 Months or 1 Trimester
- Estimated Course Length = 20 Months or 5 Trimesters
Books, Supplies, Tools and Fees
Please open the file below for a complete listing of items required to complete this program.