HVACR Apprenticeship Related Training Program
624 (or more) instructional hours
Refer to the Program Admissions and Enrollment Process after this section.
This apprenticeship related training program is entirely online–convenient quality education. Courses align with the US Department of Labor Apprenticeship Guidelines and HVACRedu.net is a Registered Apprenticeship Training Provider. This online program is the related training/educational component of registered apprenticeship programs; or many employers find it a valuable way to provide on-the-job training to new employees. [Note: Employment and on-the-job-training are not included.] All courses are written and supported by qualified industry experts. Courses are open entry:open exit, available 24/7/365 so students may begin the program at any time. Students have 8 months from the date of enrollment to access their online program and complete the year’s curriculum. We are happy to offer assistance registering your apprenticeship program with our online training in your state, please contact us. Also, please check out the Tool List at the back of this catalog.
Year 1 (162 hours)
OSHA Construction Safety (30 hrs)
Basic Construction Math (12 hrs)
Basic Hand and Power Tools (6 hrs)
Intro to Applied Science (24 hrs)
Energy Sources (12 hrs)
Intro to Code (12 hrs)
Customer Service (6 hrs)
Fuel Piping (30 hrs)
Venting (30 hrs)
Year 2 (150 hours)
Intro to Blueprints (24 hrs)
Appliance Installation (24 hrs)
Heat Loads (24 hrs)
Indoor Air Quality (18 hrs)
Electrical I (24 hrs)
Electrical II (36 hrs)
Year 3 (156 hours)
Basic AC & Refrigeration (30 hrs)
Systems Air Flow & Duct Sizing (30 hrs)
Introduction to Hydronics (6 hrs)
Introduction to Service (12 hrs)
Basic Controls (36 hrs)
Basic Sheet Metal (42 hrs)
Year 4 (156 hours)
Testing & Air Balance (12 hrs)
Control Strategies (6 hrs)
Advanced Air Conditioning & Heat Pump (42 hrs)
Advanced Service (24 hrs)
Systems Integration (12 hrs)
Code Review (48 hrs)
Project Management (12 hrs)
Program Learning Objectives:
1. The apprentice will demonstrate new knowledge in the subjects of OSHA Construction Safety, Basic Construction Math, Basic Hand & Power Tools, Introduction to Applied Science, Energy Sources, Intro to Code, Customer Service, Fuel Piping and Venting by earning an overall average score of 75% or higher in the combined year’s curriculum.
1. The apprentice will demonstrate new knowledge in the subjects of Heat Loads, Indoor Air Quality, Electrical, Blueprints, and Appliance Installation; by earning an overall average score of 75% or higher in the combined year’s curriculum.
1. The apprentice will demonstrate new knowledge in the subjects of: Basic Sheet Metal, Basic Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, Systems Air and Duct Sizing, Intro to Hydronics, Intro to Service, and Basic Controls; by earning an overall average score of 75% or higher in the combined year’s curriculum.
1. The apprentice will demonstrate new knowledge in the subjects of: Advanced Service, Systems Integration, Code Review, Project Management, Testing & Air Balance, and Control Strategies; by earning an overall average score of 75% or higher in the combined year’s curriculum.
Apprentices are enrolled for one years’ list of topics for an 8 month period of time to complete. We provide a live program orientation to help students succeed and a campus navigation video. Apprentices can view only the first topic module, and open the following module by earning a minimum score of 65% on each exam. . . one module at a time . . . however, an overall averaged grade of 75% is required to successfully pass the program and receive a certificate of completion. Try to complete 2 modules each week. You should refer to the Apprentice Student Handbook for specifics.
This program qualifies for our pay-as-you-go in-house financing. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to set up your payment plan.