This program provides students with the technical knowledge and skill handling air conditioning refrigerants, proper methods of wiring controls and the ability to calculate circuit loads used in the HVAC industry. With these new skills, students will be able to obtain entry level employment as a technician or a technician’s helper in the field ofHVAC automation controls or maintenance of HVAC automation control systems.
The enrollment completer projects are 25 students with an annual 2-3% growth.
Demonstrate competency in wiring a digital control system.
Identify safety measures to be used with high pressure refrigerants.
Explain the methods used to calculate loads using OHM’s law in series, parallel, and combination circuits.
Obtain the skills necessary to become a technician or technician’s helper operating and maintaining a building HVAC system.
|AIR-61A||Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, I||3|
|AIR-64A||Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, Electricity I||3|
|AIR-64B||Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, Electricity II||3|
|AIR-76||Facilities Maintenance – Chillers||3|
|AIR-90||Building Automation Fundamentals||3|
|AIR-91||Advanced Building Control Networks||3|
|AIR-92||Advanced Building Automation Networks and Programming||3|
|AIR-61A||Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, I||S1|
|AIR-64A||Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, Electricity I||S1|
|AIR-64B||Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, Electricity II||S2|
|AIR-76||Facilities Maintenance – Chillers||S2|
|AIR-90||Building Automation Fundamentals||S1|
|AIR-91||Advanced Building Control Networks||S2|
|AIR-92||Advanced Building Automation Networks and Programming||S2|
Diann Thursby · 10/15/19
Received regional recommendation at 10-14-19 IEDRC Deans Meeting.