HVAC Apprentice Technology is focused on providing the skills needed as an entry-level HVAC apprentice. Exploring this pathway, students can earn up to 2 years of Construction Industries Board (CIB) credit and work toward obtaining their Oklahoma Mechanical Apprentice and EPA Section 608 licenses. Topics covered include proper handling of refrigerants, electrical systems, codes and regulations, indoor air quality, professional customer service, installation, and repair of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems.
Note: Adults with previous experience in the HVAC industry who need to earn apprenticeship hours for the Construction Industry Board are considered Skill Enhancement students, and are not eligible for the daytime program.
|Program||HVAC Apprentice Technology|
|Who Can Apply||Adult, High School|
In-district High School Juniors & Seniors – Free
Adult Students – $3,000 + Textbooks, Supplies, & Fees
AM Session: 7:45 am – 10:30 am