HVAC Apprenticeship Program prepares students to work as field technicians and installers. The curriculum is continually revised to satisfy today’s workforce needs and to prepare students for the International Code Council (ICC) Journeyman Technicians Exam. The program blends hands-on application on a variety of furnace and air conditioning units with classroom time focused on the topics necessary for the examination. Students are also prepared to complete the EPA 608 examinations.
Students attend class two nights per week from 6 to 9 p.m. for two years. In addition to hands-on application, the program focuses on key components of theory necessary for the examination. Two options are available. The part-time option allows students to study two nights per week and complete their studies over two years. The accelerated option enables students to complete the program in one year by attending class four nights per week.
2 nights per 26 weeks per year for two years or 4 nights per 26 weeks per year for one year
Minimum of 144 hours per year as required for Journeyman Licensure – accelerated option provides a minimum of 288 hours in a year
6-9pm, 2 nights per week
Kentucky Department of Housing, Buildings and Construction Approved Educational Provider. Enzweiler Building Institute Certificate.
Upon successful completion of the HVAC Curriculum at EBI, and the Kentucky HVAC Journeyman License, and the EPA 608, students can receive 35 transfer hours to Gateway Community and Technical College toward the Associate of Applied Science degree in Air Conditioning Technology. Students are advised to talk directly to Gateway regarding admission procedures.
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