Heating, Ventilation,
& Air Conditioning (HVAC)

About the Program

  • This program prepares students for entry-level employment in the HVAC field or for a post-secondary degree in construction.  Students will acquire knowledge and skills in safety, principles of HVAC theory, use of tools, codes, installation of HVAC and refrigeration equipment, heat pumps, troubleshooting techniques, various duct systems, and maintenance practices.


    Students are not required to participate for all four years; however, students who wish to pursue a career in the HVAC industry are encouraged to do so.  Students must participate for two years to earn a HVAC Business and Industry Endorsement.


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Course Title Description Grade Level Course # Credit
Year 1 This course provides an introduction and lays a solid foundation for those students entering the construction or craft skilled areas. The course provides knowledge of construction safety, construction mathematics, and common hand and power tools. This course is a hands-on approach that provides skill specific construction methods, and occupation skills to assist the student in obtaining and maintaining employment. This is the level 1 course for Carpentry, Electrical, HVAC, Plumbing, and Welding 9th-12th 6763Hx, 8249 2.0
Year 2 HVAC Technology I is the first level course of HVAC instruction offered at the Career & Technical Education Center (CTEC). In HVAC Tech I, students will gain knowledge and skills needed to enter the industry as a HVAC apprentice, building maintenance technician, or supervisor, or prepare for a post-secondary degree in Construction Management. 10th-12th 8295x 2.0
Year 3 Students will acquire knowledge and skills in safety, principles of HVAC theory, use of tools, codes, and installation of HVAC and refrigeration equipment. 11th-12th 8078x 2.0
Year 4 Students in this course participate in work-based learning. Students can earn credit while participating in a paid/unpaid internship. All student placements must be approved by the Construction Technology Academy. 12th 8166x 2.0

HVAC Sponsors

  • Construction/Carpentry
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