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Occupational Technology

Air Conditioning

Air Conditioning Technology will focus on training students in installation and servicing of central air conditioning systems and a variety of refrigeration equipment. The student will be taught the skills needed to excel in the highly technological field of air conditioning as an HVAC technician.The student can use the knowledge gained in this course to pursue a reliable and satisfying job in the field. With air quality and temperature control being essential to our health and modern lifestyles, it is easy to understand why graduates of HVAC/R programs often have careers with long-term stability. In this HVAC training program, the student will be taught to trouble-shoot and service many types of systems. Few days are ever exactly the same. One day, the technician might be installing a furnace and ductwork for heating a new home, while another day, the technician might be servicing advanced air conditioning equipment. 


Requirements: 34 hours

ACR 1103 Electrical Motors & Components
ACR 1203 Gas Heating Systems
ACR 1204 Electric Circuits and Controls
ACR 2102 Air Distribution
ACR 2204 Materials
ACR 2304 Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Systems
ACR 2404 Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Components
COM 1003 Career Communications
MATHA 1013 Technical Mathematics A
IET 1002 Introduction to General Electronics I
IET 2002 Introduction to General Electronics II

Classes will be held August to March, Monday - Friday, 8 a.m.-3 p.m.

Estimated cost: $5,200 includes tuition, books, fees and supplies



Jeremy Morehead, Instructor 501-207-6221 Email: jdmorehead

Carroll Moody, Director 501-207-6206 Email: jcmoody

Miranda Harmon, Assistant 501-207-6213 Email: msharmon