We live in a climate where heating and air conditioning are a necessity, so the demand for HVACR technicians is always high. For entry-level technician positions, "Air Conditioning and Refrigeration-Introduction I & II" prepares students for the EPA approved certification exam: Types I, II and Ill. Pass all three exams to receive a Universal Certification.
"EPA Section 608 & GWP" is a three-day Saturday course for established technicians. EPA approved certification testing is for Types I, II and Ill. Pass all three exams to receive a Universal Certification. Global Warming Potential (GWP) approved certification testing is also provided.
"Maryland Stationary Engineer I Certification Preparation" reviews basic boiler construction, care and operation, water chemistry treatment, hydronic heating systems, basic electrical, refrigeration and HVAC systems, fire prevention and safety ASME code requirements. Prepare for the Maryland stationary engineer's certification examination (grades 4 and 5).
"Maryland Stationary Engineer II Certification Preparation" investigates the major aspects of steam boiler operations and accessories; combustion and computer-assisted combustion controls; water chemistry and treatment; basic electrical, refrigeration and HVAC systems; and fire prevention and safety. Students prepare for the Maryland Stationary Engineer’s Certification examination (grades 1-3). Pre-requisite: “Maryland Stationary Engineer I Certification Preparation” or permission from the instructor.
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