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HVAC Technician

Seattle Central Community College

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Career Training Program
Program Code: GES705
Hours: 320
Fees: $3095.00 USD

Outline

  1. 101 Fundamentals
    A.    Introduction to the industry
    B.    HVAC/R measurements
    C.    Heat energy
    D.    Pressure
    E.    Gas works
    F.    Air works
    G.    Final Exam
  2. 102 Safety
    A.    Hazard communication Labels, Materials Safety Data Sheets, and Safety Training
    B.    Personal protective equipment (PPE)
    C.    Personal safety in confined space and ladders
    D.    Electrical lockout/tagout
    E.    Fire extinguishers and compressed gas safety
    F.    Back protection and Scaffolds/Lifts, and Fall Protection
    G.    Final Exam
  3. 111 Electrical
    A.    Introduction to the industry
    B.    What is energy?
    C.    Atomic theory
    D.    Basic circuits
    E.    Parallel Circuits
    F.    Power
    G.    Final Exam
  4. 112 Electrical
    A.    Magnetism
    B.    Alternating current
    C.    Loads, Resistive, and Inductive
    D.    Capacitors
    E.    Impedance and power distribution
    F.    Transformers
    G.    Final Exam
  5. 113 Electrical
    A.    Control Methods, Temperature, and Pressure
    B.    Residential Heat/cool Thermostats at Low voltage
    C.    Really Good Relay Stuff
    D.    Contractors go/Starters go with protection
    E.    Power wiring
    F.    Odds and ends around a schematic
    G.    Final Exam
  6. 114 Electrical
    A.    Basic Electric Motor Theory
    B.    Open and Hermetic Motors
    C.    Capacitor Motors
    D.    Three-phase Motors
    E.    The Application of Electric Motors
    F.    Diagnosing and Replacing Electric Motors
    G.    Final Exam
  7. 121 Systems Properties & Measurement
    A.    Heat Energy and Comfort
    B.    Properties of Air
    C.    Psychrometrics
    D.    Total Heat In Air
    E.    Measuring a Heavy Invisible Moving Volume
    F.    Air Flow Measurement
    G.    Final Exam
  8. 141 Refrigeration I
    A.    Basic refrigeration cycle physics
    B.    Compression and compressors
    C.    Condensation and condensers
    D.    Expansion and metering devices
    E.    Evaporation and evaporators
    F.    Measure the Normal cycle
    G.    Final Exam
  9. 142 Refrigeration II
    A.    Refrigerants
    B.    Compressor accessories and applications
    C.    Low side accessories and applications
    D.    High side accessories and applications
    E.    Piping system sizing and applications
    F.    Capacity control methods
    G.    Final Exam
  10. 131 Oil Heat
    A.    Characteristics of Fuel Oil and Priciples of Combustion
    B.    Types and Construction of Oil Burners
    C.    Oil Burner Anatomy (Part One)
    D.    Oil Burner Anatomy (Part Two)
    E.    Fuel Oil Tanks and Piping
    F.    Complete Heating System
    G.    Final Exam
  11. 133 Gas Heat
    A.    Fuel Gas Composition
    B.    Pressure Regulators, Burners, and Heat Exchangers
    C.    Standing Pilot Systems
    D.    Electronic Ignition
    E.    High Efficiency Furnaces
    F.    Troubleshooting Gas Burner Systems
    G.    Final Exam
  12. 161 HVAC/R Boilers
    A.    Boiler Fundamentals
    B.    Classifying Boilers
    C.    Combustion
    D.    The Heat Exchanger
    E.    Controlling energy Sources
    F.    Boiler Accidents/Hazards
    G.    Final Exam
  13. 191 Hydronics
    A.    System concept
    B.    Materials and Tools
    C.    Boilers
    D.    Pumps
    E.    Heat Transfer Units
    F.    System Accessories
    G.    Final Exam
  14. 135 Heat Pumps
    A.    What is a Heat Pump
    B.    Heat Pump Installation and Quality Criteria
    C.    The Heat Pump Cooling Mode
    D.    The Heat Pump Heating Mode
    E.    The Heat Pump Defrost Mode
    F.    Heat Pump Components
    G.    Heat Pump Troubleshooting
    H.    Final Exam
  15. 151 HVAC/R Controls I
    A.    Building and HVAC Systems
    B.    Air Circulation and Air Quality
    C.    Control System Characteristics
    D.    Process Characteristics and Control Systems
    E.    Control System Components
    F.    Control System Categories
    G.    Final Exam
  16. 122 Systems II
    A.    Heat Loads Introduction
    B.    Conduction Loads
    C.    Solar Gain
    D.    Infiltration & Ventilation Loads
    E.    Duct Loads
    F.    Complete Heat Loads

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