Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration
This class is designed to provide occupational and technical information related to the heating and cooling industry. Basic skills taught in this class are fundamentals of refrigeration, installation and service troubleshooting of residential air conditioners and furnaces, sheet metal fabrication, and electrical wiring of both house wiring circuits and control wiring circuits. The second year of the class is designed to provide the students with advanced troubleshooting and problem-solving skills for all types of furnaces and air conditioners. Fundamentals of commercial refrigeration, commercial air conditioners and furnaces, and advanced sheet metal fabrication are also taught. Students prepare and test for certification of section 608 of the Clean Air Act.