HVAC/R I/HVAC/R II

HVAC/R I/HVAC/R II

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  • Program Info

    In this one year program, students will be prepared to install, repair, and maintain the operating conditions of heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems. Students will work with piping and tubing, study heat and electricity, install duct systems, and learn the necessary skills to comply with EPA regulations. Instruction will also include lab and trade safety, detailed work with control systems, mathematics for HVAC/R, and customer relation skills. Students will be instructed utilizing the NCCER Apprenticeship post-secondary education curriculum. If a student passes all assessments within the Core and HVAC/R modules, they will complete one year of the NCCER post-secondary apprenticeship education program and earn one high school industry credential. Students will also be provided with the opportunity to obtain CPR/First Aid and OSHA 10 certification. Students may have the opportunity to take part in a work-based learning experience during their senior year, after completion of this program. At the completion of program, students will be prepared to enter HVAC/R apprenticeships and/or other careers in the HVAC/R field.

    Program Duration: 1 year
  • Contact Us

    Program Host: The Hanover Center for Trades & Technology

    Contact: Richard Nash

    Email: rnash@hcps.us

    Phone: 804-723-2020

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Quick Facts
Program Host Type: Technical School
Program Focus 1: HVAC
Program Focus 2: Construction Trades
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