A: Refer to the "Prerequisites" tab above.
Heat and air technicians who have training from an accredited technical school have excellent job prospects. Learn residential and light-commercial systems, installations, maintenance, and repair. Train to become an HVAC/R Technician, obtain EPA 608 certification, I.C.E. certification, an Oklahoma State Apprentice license, and OSHA 10 General Safety certification, and work anywhere in the United States.
- Create comfortable environments by cooling and heating the interior of residential and commercial buildings
- Design, fabricate, install, and maintain heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, and refrigeration systems
- Torch, braze, and solder pipes and fittings to install or repair compressors, condensers, chillers, and pumps