HVACR Service Core Program (160 Hours or More)

HVACR Service Core Program

The HVACR Service Core program is a comprehensive HVACR education program encompassing heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration. It is specifically structured to enrich the skills of installers and technicians who are: Just beginning in the HVACR industry Continuing education for upgrading knowledge and skills, or Preparing for certifications or licenses (NATE or ICE) The content presented in each course focuses on learning objectives that have been identified by HVACR industry groups (ARI, NATE, RSES, ACCA, and PAHRA) as key knowledge for an HVAC/R technician.

This program is offered completely online and consists of one (1) math review and eight (8) courses in a specific educational sequence that fulfill the 160 hours needed for the HVACR Service Core Certificate. Even though it is self-paced, students receive a 60 day subscription for each course. Students are registered for one course at a time in a specific sequence. Upon successful completion of each course (a score of 75% or higher), students are registered into the next course and receive a certificate of completion for the completed course. After successful completion of the math review and eight courses students receive a Certificate of Completion for the Service Core Program.

The courses making up the Service Core Program are:

HVACR 050 Applied Math Review

HVACR 101 Fundamentals

HVACR 102 Basic Safety

HVACR 111 Electrical DC Theory Plus

HVACR 112 Electrical AC Theory Plus

HVACR 113 Electrical Common Components

HVACR 114 Electrical Motors

HVACR 121 Systems Properties & Measurement

HVACR 141 Refrigeration I




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