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Course sequences keep you on track

  • This is a clock-hour, Career and Technical Certificate (CTC) program. The total length of the program is 18 months. There are three sets of clock-hour courses, each 450 clock-hours in length. This is a full-time program with cohort, class schedule: Monday through Thursday, 7:30 AM to 3:30 PM.  Review the clock-hour course sequence in the Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning/Refrigeration curriculum.

  • Training objectives include skills necessary to obtain employment in installation, service and repair by mechanical and refrigeration contractors, dealers and related commercial businesses.

  • Graduates of the program will be prepared for entry-level positions and are eligible to take the EPA certification exam.

  • Our instructors will observe students' progress with various processes. Individualized instruction will enhance skill sets and competencies along with work habits, safety skills and clean-up procedures in the HVAC lab. OSHA industry standards will be reinforced.

  • Work with the program specialist to receive the Air Conditioning program information packet, and review application deadlines at the program's application process page.


Campus Location & Information

The Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning/Refrigeration program is taught on the Cocoa campus (Building 25).

It operates as a full-time, cohort schedule Fall and Spring terms on the Cocoa Campus: Monday - Thursday, 7:30 AM to 3:30 PM

If you recently completed an Air Conditioning/HVAC program through Brevard Public Schools' Career & Technical Education then you may be eligible to receive free college credit through articulation agreements.