This course provides an introductory overview of essential information within the HVAC industry. This online course aims to explain the components of both residential and commercial refrigeration and heating systems, as well as the fundamentals of design, maintenance and repair of these systems. Course topics include: workplace hazards within the HVAC field, HVAC tools and equipment, systems and electrical controls, residential and light commercial air-conditioning and heating systems and installation and maintenance of HVAC systems. @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.

Introduction to HVAC (147 Hours)

$699.99

Requirements and Certification Overview

Want to become an HVAC technician? Prepare yourself with an in-depth introductory course! The Introduction to HVAC course introduces students to basic information essential to working in the HVAC profession. Our online training will help you learn the skills you need to explore new career paths or improve your job performance. This course is fully online, easy to take, and self-paced.

Introduction to HVAC provides a foundation of knowledge that is appropriate training for anyone working in the skilled trades or manufacturing. The course will provide a basic understanding that enables graduates to become an HVAC tech.

@ Home Prep is now offering the Introduction to HVAC course, designed to introduce you to basic information essential to working in the HVAC profession. You will learn about the components of both residential and commercial refrigeration and heating systems, as well as the fundamentals of design, maintenance, and repair of these systems. Sign up now!

Who Should Take This Course

This course is for individuals who need a basic understanding of how to read blueprints used in the various technical fields involved in construction trades.

Course Overview

The Introduction to HVAC course introduces students to basic information essential to working in the HVAC profession. Students will learn about the components of both residential and commercial refrigeration and heating systems, as well as the fundamentals of design, maintenance, and repair of these systems. The course can be completed online. It is most appropriate for those who have not previously worked in the HVAC field and are looking to learn the basics skills to become an HVAC Technician.

Our course objectives include:

  • Identify workplace hazards
  • Identify appropriate HVAC/R tools and equipment
  • Describe HVAC/R electrical systems and components
  • Identify types of residential and light commercial air-conditioning and heating systems
  • Explain the importance of system design, sizing, and layout
  • Explain installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting techniques