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The following references are recommended to study for the Nevada Refrigeration Contractor Exam C-21A. This examination is used to obtain a Nevada Refrigeration Contractor C-21A License. Also to become a licensed contractor in Nevada, candidates will also need to pass a business and management exam.
Only the following references are permitted to be taken into the exam.
- Uniform Mechanical Code
Modern Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, 21st Edition$193.99
Modern Refrigeration and Air Conditioning is the HVACR standard for a new generation of learner. It correlates to HVAC Excellence and PAHRA accreditation requirements to ensure complete coverage that prepares students for career success.
Nevada Refrigeration Contractor (C-21A)$164.99
To qualify to take this license exam, pre-approval is required. Applicants must be able to document a minimum of 4 years of experience within the past 10 years to qualify for a license and must also submit 4 reference certificates concerning their work experience and submit to a background check. The program takes you through each one of the reference books that the exam is based on showing you exactly what to highlight. After your highlighting is completed with each book, you have the option take an online practice test to reinforce concepts presented. @HomePrep is a National Leader in online education. With over 100,000 satisfied students and a course catalog of over 1,000 classes, we are here to help you – Invest in Yourself.
Nevada Refrigeration Contractor (C-21A) Examination Materials:
- 2012 Uniform Mechanical Code
- Modern Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, 21st Edition
- Modern Refrigeration 21st ed Tabs
- 29 CFR OSHA 1926 Construction Industry Regulations & Standards, January 2023 Edition
- OSHA Part 1926 Tabs
2012 Uniform Mechanical Code$157.99
The UMC provides complete requirements for the installation and maintenance of heating, ventilating, cooling and refrigeration systems, while at the same time allowing latitude for innovations and new technologies.