HVAC Maintenance Technician – Residential and Commercial

$375.00

The job of an HVAC maintenance technician is to keep the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems in a building running smoothly. The daily job includes performing regular maintenance and repairs and minor troubleshooting problems as they arise. HVAC technicians typically work in residential (first) and commercial settings after a few years of experience. Some may also specialize in a particular system, such as refrigeration or solar energy.

The job of an HVAC maintenance technician is to keep the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems in a building running smoothly. The daily job includes performing regular maintenance and repairs and minor troubleshooting problems as they arise. HVAC technicians typically work in residential (first) and commercial settings after a few years of experience. Some may also specialize in a particular system, such as refrigeration or solar energy.

The included courses introduce the maintenance technician to various entry-level tasks needed to perform maintenance duties competently. As your experience grows, eTech recommends that you sit for either the Residential Technician Certificate program or the NATE Certified HVAC Professional program.

This learning path is composed of the following courses. Combined they form the HVAC Maintenance Technician Learning Path.

  • NATE Ready to Work
  • HVAC Fundamentals
  • HVAC and Refrigeration Tools and Equipment

When the HVAC Maintenance technician Learning path is complete the student should have working knowledge to work in the field performing maintenance tasks with much less over-the-should-time needed from supervisors.

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The job of an HVAC maintenance technician is to keep the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems in a building running smoothly. The daily job includes performing regular maintenance and repairs and minor troubleshooting problems as they arise. HVAC technicians typically work in residential (first) and commercial settings after a few years of experience. Some may also specialize in a particular system, such as refrigeration or solar energy.

The included courses introduce the maintenance technician to various entry-level tasks needed to perform maintenance duties competently. As your experience grows, eTech recommends that you sit for either the Residential Technician Certificate program or the NATE Certified HVAC Professional program.

This learning path is composed of the following courses. Combined they form the HVAC Maintenance Technician Learning Path.

  • NATE Ready to Work
  • HVAC Fundamentals
  • HVAC and Refrigeration Tools and Equipment

When the HVAC Maintenance technician Learning path is complete the student should have working knowledge to work in the field performing maintenance tasks with much less over-the-should-time needed from supervisors.

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