Campus Location: Peosta
Program Entry: Enrollment may occur during any term. Fall term is the start of the program course sequence.
Description: The Heating and Air Conditioning program prepares students to install, maintain and operate heating and air conditioning equipment. Students will gain theoretical knowledge of operations by learning how to install, diagnose and repair electric and gas-fired furnaces, motors, compressors and air-conditioners, as well as following blueprints and design specifications. As part of the program, students will complete a ten-hour OSHA course.
Program Admission: In addition to the College enrollment process , applicants must be a high school graduate or equivalent and achieve a minimum ALEKS® score of 14.
Program Requirements: Prior to the completion of Term 1, students are required to provide their program faculty with a copy of their First Aid/CPR certificate.
During term 1, students will complete a ten-hour OSHA training course online through Career Safe Online. This needs to be completed prior to the start of the spring semester and a copy of the card needs to be presented to the instructor to continue in the program.
Certification/Licensure: The EPA Freon Certification Test: The EPA certification to become certified in handling and purchasing freon will be given in the summer term.
Minimum Credits: 47.5