Total Tech offers two concise HVAC courses for our Service Technician program, the HVAC Analysis I and the HVAC Analysis II courses. Each course is 50 hours in length, which means that every hour the student will actively engage in learning the HVAC trade. The attendee spends approximately 20% of the course time in the classroom learning air conditioning theory and the remaining 80% in our state-of-the-art HVAC lab learning what they really need to know to become an HVAC service technician.
HVAC Analysis I
In the HVAC Analysis I course the attendee will learn how the basic refrigerant cycle transfers heat from inside the home to outside the home using four basic components. The student also learns the importance of proper airflow and how it affects the HVAC system. The HVAC system requires electrical current flow to operate the compressor and fan motors, which move refrigerant and air through the system.
HVAC Analysis II
In the HVAC Analysis II course the attendees learn system diagnostics. Mechanical, electrical and airflow issues are covered in these diagnostics. Total Tech has advanced diagnostic procedures that the attendees practice which clearly reveal the malfunctioning component in the system. Each lab exercise increases the understanding of system operation and component malfunction. **Please note that the HVAC Analysis I class is a pre-requisite for this class.
The goal of the HVAC Analysis I and HVAC Analysis II courses is to produce competent, entry-level service technicians that have a clear understanding of system operation and practical procedures that help them diagnose system malfunctions.
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