Campbellsville University’s HVAC Technology program is designed to prepare students for a career in the HVAC-R industry.
This 12-month program concentrates on basic fundamentals as well as a broad spectrum of skills in this diverse industry.
- The Refrigeration Cycle
- Heating Principles
- Electrical Principles
- National and Local Codes
- Brazing and Soldering
- Sheetmetal Fabrication and Installation
- Equipment Installation
- High and Low Voltage Wiring
- Troubleshooting and Repair
- Blueprint Reading
In addition to learning the skills of the trade, students will be prepared to enter into, and navigate their way through, a career in HVAC. They will learn how to write and maintain a resume; how to interview; and how to communicate with co-workers, management, and customers.
The HVAC program starts at zero and ends with students having the opportunity to earn the Universal EPA 608 Certification and the Kentucky HVAC Journeyman Mechanic License. It is not necessary to have any experience to reach this goal – only the drive and determination to learn a skilled trade in high demand.