Building & Construction
If you have an interest in problem-solving, working with your hands or making a drawing come to life, consider a career in the skilled trades. Positions are available from repairing heating and air conditioning units to installing fiber-optic cable to working as a maintenance technician in a local apartment complex. Gain the knowledge and skills you need today for a career in building, construction and other vocational trades.
Course details and registration information
- understand the EPA requirements and material to be a Type I, II, III or Universal certified technician.
- Type I,II,III and Universal Technician Certifications
2. Ozone Depletion
3. Clean Air Act and Montreal Protocol
4. Section 608 Regulations
5. Substitute Refrigerants and Oils
7. Recovery Techniques
8. Three R’s
9. Dehydration Evacuation
- Ozone Depletion
2. Clean Air Act and Montreal Protocol
3. Section 608 Regulations
4.Substitute Refrigerants and Oils
8. Dehydration Evacuation
- Attendance 100%
- Successful completion of this course requires 100% attendance and satisfactory class participation (i.e., be able to demonstrate proficiency in all concepts taught). Students must arrive on time on testing day. Students will NOT be allowed into the classroom after the test begins. NO makeup testing dates will be offered.
- Refrigerant helpers
- Heating and air conditioning assistant
- Heating and Air Conditioning (HVAC) - AHR-3131A2
- EPA Refrigerant Rec/Recyc Exam Prep - AHR-3128A3
- OSHA 10 Hour Construction Safety - OSH-3013B1