Maintenance Toolbox Intensive: HVAC Class w/ EPA Test

2.5 day HVAC Class: In-depth HVAC Basics to Advanced with EPA Testing

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Tuesday, November 10, 2020 to Thursday, November 12, 2020
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Event Details

Intensive Program Synopsis

Earn your AAN  Maintenance Toolbox Certification AND have the opportunity to test for your EPA 608 Universal Certification.  This Intensive Series will help you be prepared for any HVAC emergency and, signals to an employer your commitment to effecient residential property maintenance. If you successfully pass your EPA 608 Universal test, you will be certified in the recovery, reclaimation, and purchase of refridgerant under the EPA 2018 guidelines.

Class Day #1- Basic HVAC

When you have completed this section, you will:

  • Be familiar with Basic HVAC terminology
  • Understand the fundamentals of the refrigeration cycle
  • Know the four major components of an HVAC system and be able to explain each function
  • Be knowledgeable about low voltage controls
  • Be able to disassemble the main components of an HVAC unit
  • Be able to reassemble the main components of an HVAC unit

 

Class Day #2- Advanced HVAC

When you have completed this section, you will:

  • Be familiar with HVAC terminology
  • Understand the fundamentals of the refrigeration cycle
  • Be knowledgeable about High voltage troubleshooting
  • Be knowledgeable about low voltage controls
  • Troubleshoot to a component level effectively
  • Be aware of workplace safety measures while servicing a system
  • Know how to use electrical test equipment
  • Have practiced charging a system correctly with Superheat

Class Day #3- Half Day of EPA Study Guide Review and CLOSED BOOK test

Leave with your AAN HVAC Certificate of Completion for the HVAC portion regardless of whether you pass your EPA test.

 

 

 

For More Information:

Ruth Nwaturuocha
Ruth Nwaturuocha
NALP, CAM, CAS Director of Education and Development

Your Instructor:

Chuck Ketchum has over 20 plus years in the property maintenance field. He is currently the head instructor for the Nebraska Maintenance Academy