Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration

CProgram Information

Our 900-hour program teaches foundational knowledge and skills of how to maintain  heating and air conditioning systems through hands-on lab training and hands-on experience.

This program qualifies for the Ohio Career Technical Credit Transfer (CT2credit at a state college or university when continuing education within two years of program completion.

This program also qualifies for the One-Year Option. Learn more about this program and our partnership with Lorain County Community College (pdf).

Brian Black
John Whitmer 

Start Dates:
August 27, 2018
Monday - Thursday
5:15 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

Course Cost: $9,062
Questions? Email loucksv@acwhcc.org

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Skills You'll Learn in This Program 

  • HVAC safety
  • Heating and air conditioning installation and diagnostic service procedures
  • Basic electricity
  • Fuels, controls, proper venting, soldering, and sheet metal duct work
  • Includes 146 Externship Hours


Program Certification 

  • EPA 608 certification (includes High Pressure Refrigerant)
  • NCCER certification: Core, Level One, Two, and Three 
  • 10-hour OSHA

Gainful Employment Disclosure

School Year 2017
Based on COE Standards

Students:  4
Completion: 100%
Placement: 100%
Licensure:  n/a


Admission Requirements 

  • Individuals must have obtained a high school diploma, equivalency,  or GED® before enrolling
  • Individuals must NOT have any previous or pending disqualifying offenses
  • Good reading comprehension

Prospective students wanting to increase reading, math, or retention levels before the program begins may contact the Adult Basic and Literacy Education (now known as Aspire) Coordinator in the ACWHCC Adult Education Office for information about this free training.