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Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Technicians are highly skilled at the installation, maintenance, and repair of heating and cooling systems around the world. Technicians will develop the cognitive ability to read schematic diagrams, blueprints, and complex instructions in order to properly install, troubleshoot and diagnose a variety of equipment. Technicians must demonstrate the safe use of hand and power tools, ladders, refrigerant gauges, and specific electronic meters. In this exciting field, students will practice on many types of systems ranging from small window units to commercial rooftop units. Program graduates can find employment with small residential heating and air conditioning shops, commercial repair and maintenance contractors, as well as large industrial firms throughout the country. Upon completion of the program, students will be qualified to take the EPA 608 Refrigerant Handler Certification Exam, Rocky Mountain Gas Association Exam, certified to use CSST natural gas tubing through TracPipe, and be well prepared to take the Industry Competency Exam (ICE) as well as other industry certifications.

Cost Summary

$45 Adult college admission fee
$40 High School Cost (estimated) | View details
$2,472 Student tuition and fees **
$796 Estimated books and materials *
$18 Certificate Processing Fee
Paid upon program completion

Financial Aid

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Heating and Air Conditioning

Classroom Hours

Mo Tu We Th Fr

6pm - 9pm

6pm - 9pm

6pm - 9pm

6pm - 9pm

Admission Requirements

This program is open to all high school students 16 years of age and older, and all adults who have a high school diploma or equivalent.

No Placement Assessments required

Certifications & Credentials

Davis Technical College Credentials
  • Davis Technical College Certificate of Program Completion

Available Licensing/Certifications
  • Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Section 608, CFC Refrigerant Handling Certification
  • ESCO Institute Green Awareness Certification
  • Gastite Corrugated Stainless Steel Tubing (CSST) Natural Gas Piping Certification
  • Mobile Air Conditioning Society Section 609
  • North American Technical Excellence (NATE) Air Distribution
  • North American Technical Excellence (NATE) Gas Heating
  • North American Technician Excellence (NATE) Core and Heat Pumps Certification
  • OSHA Safety (10-Hour)
  • Rocky Mountain Gas Association (RMGA) National Gas Technician Certificate
  • Tracpipe
  • Werner Ladder Safety

Transfer Options

The following academic agreements are available to students in the Heating and Air Conditioning program. In order to receive credit for course work included in these agreements, you must provide a transcript to the receiving institution.

Please be aware that some agreements require you to complete the entire program before they will transfer credit. Please contact your instructor at Davis Tech if you have questions.

This program is eligible to transfer credits towards an AAS degree to the following institutions:

Program Faculty

Scott Eastman – Lead Instructor
High School Diploma, Certificate from Universal Technical Institute

Daniel Holland
Diploma, with Extensive Industry Experience from

Ryan Rentmeister
High School Diploma, Certificate from Salt Lake Community College

*NOTE: Textbook and material costs are based on Davis Tech’s bookstore prices at the time of publication and are subject to change. There are no charges associated with personal data collection and processes or verification of student identity.

**High School Students: High school students are exempt from student tuition and fees. While high school students are not required to purchase textbooks, they are required to purchase personal and consumable learning resources and materials.

Davis Technical College

Enrollment Steps

1

Complete college application and pay fee

2

Meet with Student Services for program instructions

3

Complete Orientation or Program Packet

4

Meet with Financial Aid Department (if appropriate)

5

Pay tuition and fees

6

Purchase textbooks and materials

7

Start classes