14 Jun 2018

HVAC Training Test

What is HVAC?

HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning. HVAC systems are an absolute necessity in maintaining a highly efficient climate control and refrigeration system in residential, commercial and industrial buildings of all kinds. These complex HVAC systems need to be regularly upgraded and maintained by certified HVAC technicians trained at HVAC schools.

Get Career-focused HVAC School Training at Spartan

Our Heating/Ventilation/Air Conditioning (HVAC) training program in Denver, is fast-tracked, and career-focused to help you move more quickly into an HVAC career in the working world. With hands-on HVAC training under the skillful guidance of working professionals, Spartan’s HVAC program prepares graduates for entry-level HVAC jobs with an HVAC diploma in as few as 10 months, or an associates HVAC degree in 17 months.

Why become an HVAC technician?

HVAC (heating/ventilation/air conditioning) is an in-demand, hands-on career path.

Across the United States, residential, commercial and industrial buildings of all kinds rely on efficient climate control and refrigeration, maintained by certified professionals. Green development, environmental concerns, and the drive to reduce energy consumption, also continue to spur the advancement of new energy-saving heating and air-conditioning systems, requiring the installation of newer systems in existing homes and buildings. In this growing and crucial industry, you could be just the person an employer is looking for to help solve these problems.

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Sample HVAC Classes

Our HVAC classes are taught in a simulated work environment in our state-of-the-art facilities fully equipped with the latest HVAC systems technology, as well as legacy systems students will also work on so they will be prepared to maintain older HVAC systems.

HV120 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Fundamentals | 6 Credits
Teaches safety, installation, and service of refrigeration units, thermodynamics, refrigeration cycle and troubleshooting techniques.

HV130 Electricity and HVAC Control Systems | 12 Credits
Covers the basics of electricity as they apply to the industry with topics like wiring schematics and the electrical installation, service, and troubleshooting of HVAC units.

HV230 HVAC Pneumatic Controls | 6 Credits
Provides a detailed study of electrical, electromechanical, and pneumatic control systems in commercial and industrial buildings.

HVAC Jobs and Career Opportunities

What job can I get with HVAC training?

Graduates of the HVAC training program will be qualified to work in entry-level positions including but not limited to: HVAC Technician, HVAC Preventative Maintenance Technician, HVAC Installer and AC Equipment Mechanic.