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Air Conditioning, Refrigeration, Appliance/Controls

Start Hands-on HVAC Training at Our Heating and Cooling School

Career training so cool, you’ll get goose bumps!  At Apex’s heating and cooling school, you will learn the skills to repair and maintain domestic and commercial air conditioning and refrigeration systems, as well as electrical controls, major home appliances and gas fired heating systems. During this HVAC refrigeration program, you will spend a total of 450 hours learning in-class and 450 hours completing hands-on training. By the end of the HVAC program, you will be able to troubleshoot and evaluate the performance of refrigerators, air conditioning, and appliance equipment.

This program also prepares you to take the EPA Type 608 certification exam. To work in the HVAC industry, technicians who maintain, service, repair, or dispose of refrigerant-containing equipment are certified under the Environmental Protection Agency’s Section 608 of the Clean Air Act. View the list of our EPA-certified technicians.

HVAC training classes are available full time and part time to meet your needs. Classes start every few weeks. Contact us for more information about our school for heating and air conditioning.

Explore Our HVAX Refrigeration Classes

What can you expect at Apex’s school for heating and air conditioning? Gain an understanding of what our six courses will cover, from your first basic course through more advanced classes. Have a question about an HVAC training class? Contact us today.

  • Major Home Appliances: This course is designed to build a strong foundation in basic electricity.
  • Basic Refrigeration/Air Conditioning: This class is designed to teach the basic vapor compression cycle and how refrigeration systems work.
  • Domestic Refrigeration/Air Conditioning: In this course, the skills learned from both Major Home Appliances and Basic Refrigeration and Air Conditioning are applied to domestic refrigerators, freezers and residential air conditioners.
  • Commercial Refrigeration: Student will be taught how to apply electrical and refrigeration theory to commercial refrigeration applications.
  • Commercial Air Conditioning: Students will learn how to apply electrical and refrigeration theory to commercial air conditioning applications.
  • Advanced Commercial Refrigeration/Air Conditioning: In this advanced class, students will be taught how to operate and maintain a cooling tower, including cooling tower theory and piping diagrams.