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1 Addendum to Florida Academy Catalog for: HVAC Fundamentals HVAC Advanced Fundamentals HVAC PROGRAMS The school s Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Programs provide training for entry level employment in the construction maintenance and Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVACR) industries. HVAC students train in a state-of-the-art laboratory consisting, among other things, of new, live air conditioners, heat pumps, and gas furnaces. Students physically solder and braze copper refrigerant lines, cut and assemble black pipe for gas lines, wire high and low voltage lines to the heating and cooling equipment in accordance with industry standards, and remove and evacuate (dehydrate) R22 and R410A refrigeration systems in accordance with the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) and industry standards. The policies and procedures as stated in the Florida Academy Catalog are the same for the HVAC Fundamentals and HVAC Advanced Fundamentals course except to the extent information is detailed in this Addendum: Admission Requirements The school does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, religion, color, national origin, age, economics, or disability with regard to admission, placement, or employment. Anyone interested in attending is encouraged to visit the facility before registering. Prior to enrollment, the student must show proof of High School Diploma or GED and be 18 years of age. In addition, the student must be able to safely perform training tasks required at the school and essential functions of the HVAC technician job which, specifically, include the following duties and tasks that are required for successful completion of this program: physically climbing ladder steps that are twelve feet in height and utilizing fall protection gear; as such, students with physical impairments affecting one s ability to walk, stand, or see without assistance would interfere with one s ability to perform the tasks necessary to successfully complete the course and could result in a substantial harmful injury or death to the person or to others. 1

2 Certificates Upon completion of the program, students will receive a graduation certificate. addition, individual achievement awards are presented with every graduating class. In Personal Needs Due to the hands on atmosphere, students must dress accordingly. Overalls or other work clothes are required, and work boots are suggested. Schedule of Tuition and Fees HVAC Fundamentals DESCRIPTION AMOUNT Registration Fee $ Tuition $7, TOTAL TUITION & FEES $7, HVAC Advanced Fundamentals DESCRIPTION AMOUNT Registration Fee $ Tuition $10, TOTAL TUITION & FEES $10, HVAC PROGRAMS Students who enroll in the HVAC Fundamentals Course will acquire knowledge of the heating and cooling cycles and various phases of the fundamental principles of controls and electrical systems associated with HVAC systems in 150 clock hours over the course of approximately 3 weeks. Students also will study the principles and concepts associated with the EPA Section 608 Universal Certification and, if successfully pass the EPA Universal examination, will graduate with their EPA Universal Certification. Upon successful completion of this course of study, students have the ability in this course to earn 2 certifications: EPA 608 Certification and Florida Academy HVAC Technician Level 1 Certificate. 2

3 Course Title: HVAC Fundamentals. Tuition $7, Clock Hours Total Hrs. Basic Safety COR101 2 Introduction to the HVAC Trade HVAC Copper and Plastic Piping HVAC Soldering & Brazing HVAC Ferrous Metal Piping HVAC Basic Electricity HVAC Introduction to Cooling/ Leak Detection, Evacuation, 40 Recovery and Charging HVAC 107 Introduction to Heating HVAC Air Distribution Systems HVAC EPA 608 Studies HVAC TOTALS 150 Students who enroll in the HVAC Advanced Fundamentals Course will acquire the skills and knowledge associated with the installation, maintenance and servicing of HVAC equipment in 210 clock hours over the course of approximately 4 weeks. Students will have a thorough understanding of the heating and cooling cycles and various phases of the fundamental principles of controls and electrical systems associated with HVAC systems. Students also will study the principles and concepts associated with the EPA Section 608 Universal Certification and, if successfully pass the EPA Universal examination, will graduate with their EPA Universal Certification. Upon successful completion of this course of study, students have the ability in this course to earn 6 certifications: NATE-approved NCCER HVAC Technician Level One Certificate, NCCER CSSO Certificate, NCCER Core Curriculum Certificate, EPA 608 Certification, OSHA 10-Hour Certification and Florida Academy HVAC Technician Certificate. Course Title: HVAC Advanced Fundamentals. Tuition $10, Clock Hours Total Hrs. Basic Safety COR101 3 Introduction to Construction Math COR102 5 Introduction to Hand Tools COR103 3 Introduction to Power Tools COR104 3 Introduction to Blueprints COR105 2 Basic Rigging COR106 2 Communication and Employability Skills COR

4 Introduction to the HVAC Trade HVAC Trade Math HVAC Copper and Plastic Piping HVAC Soldering & Brazing HVAC Ferrous Metal Piping HVAC Basic Electricity HVAC Introduction to Cooling/Leak Detection, Evacuation, 45 Recovery and Charging HVAC 107 Introduction to Heating HVAC Air Distribution Systems HVAC EPA 608 Studies HVAC OSHA 10-Hour Survey HVAC TOTALS 210 COURSE DESCRIPTIONS Basic Safety (COR 101) Covers need-to-know information for trainees to work safely. Includes what personal protective equipment to wear, how to perform basic construction tasks safely, and what to do if an accident occurs. Introduction to Construction Math (COR 102) From basic addition to multiplying fractions and more, this module prepares trainees to do the calculations they ll be performing on the job site. Includes multiplication tables and unit conversion charts. Introduction to Hand Tools (COR 103) Covers a basic toolbox worth of equipment with color pictures of the tools and illustrations of how to use them. Also covers maintenance instructions and safety tips. Introduction to Power Tools (COR 104) Provides pictures and how-to-use instructions for tools powered by electricity, batteries, and pressurized air, such as drills, saws, grinders and sanders, and other common construction equipment. Also covers maintenance instructions and safety tips. Introduction to Blueprints (COR 105) Introduces trainees to the different types of plans and how they represent a finished building. Shows the parts of blueprints in detail, including symbols, the title block, and gridlines. 4

5 Basic Rigging (COR 106) Covers the slings, hardware, hoists, and hitches used in rigging operations. Also highlights critical safety issues and accepted rigging techniques and practices. Communication and Employability Skills (COR 107) Provides students with techniques for communicating effectively with co-workers, employers and potential employers, through concepts of attitude, work ethic, teamwork, telephone skills and interpersonal skills. Introduction to the HVAC Trade (HVAC 101) Provides an overview of basic concepts and environmental concerns relating to heating, ventilating, and air conditioning in the commercial and residential areas. Information is presented regarding the responsibilities and leadership abilities in relation to organizing and directing workers and operations. Trade Math (HVAC 102) Expands the knowledge learned in the Intro to Construction Math course. Emphasis is placed on the metric system. Also introduced are concepts concerning scientific notation, powers and roots, algebra, geometry and trigonometry. Copper & Plastic Piping Practices (HVAC 103) Teaches the applications, preparation, and joining of copper and plastic piping to: correctly measure the diameter of copper tubing, cut and ream copper tubing using and tubing cutter, correctly bend copper tubing using bending tools, make a swage joint in a section of copper tubing, make and join flare connections, join two sections of tubing using a compression fitting, and cut and join two sections of plastic pipe using appropriate fittings. Soldering and Brazing (HVAC 104) Teaches the basic tools, materials and procedures associated with soldering and brazing of HVAC piping in order to: 1. For both soldering and brazing: cut tubing to correct length, clean tubing and fittings, select and apply flux to tubing and fittings and assemble tubing and fittings. 2. For soldering: assemble a propane torch, light and adjust a propane torch flame, select correct solder for intended job, heat joint to the right temperature and apply solder to fill joint and clean and cool a soldered joint. 3. For brazing: assemble an oxyacetylene torch, light and adjust an oxyacetylene torch flame, select correct filler metal rod for the intended brazing application, heat joint to the right temperature and apply filler metal to fill joint and clean and cool the brazed joint. 4. Assemble and operate a pressure regulator system used with an inert gas to purge tubing for brazing. 5

6 Ferrous Metal Piping (HVAC 105) Introduces the student to methods and procedures used in ferrous metal piping practices, including identifying types of carbon steel pipe, pipe sizes and weights, and pipe fittings, as well as learning to cut, ream, thread and assemble steel pipe. Basic Electricity (HVAC 106) Introduces the student to electricity, electrical circuits, and the electrical components of HVAC systems. Uses Ohm s law to calculate current, voltage and resistance. Use the power formula to calculate how much power is consumed by a circuit. Understand how to use a multimeter and ammeter. Introduction to Cooling/Leak Detection, Evacuation, Recovery and Charging (HVAC 107) Provides an overview of basic refrigeration cycle and the major components, accessories and control devices of a cooling system. Use temperature and pressure measuring instruments to make readings at key points in the refrigeration cycle. Understand the temperature and pressure relationships at key points in the refrigeration cycle. Identify compressors, condensers, evaporators, metering devices, controls and accessories. Understand how to use a sight glass and moisture/liquid indicator to determine the operating conditions of an air conditioning system and service valves to gain access to an air conditioning system in order to measure pressures using a gauge manifold set. Introduction to Heating (HVAC 108) Teaches the operation and maintenance of gas, oil, and electric furnaces. Learn the components of a gas furnace and oil furnace and the purpose and function of each component. Use a manometer to measure and adjust manifold pressure on a gas furnace, including filter replacement, cleaning of components and temperature measurements. Identify symptoms of combustion problems in an oil furnace. Learn and perform preventative maintenance procedures on an oil furnace. Air Distribution Survey Course (HVAC 109) Teaches students in the properties of air distribution systems in order to become familiar with the operation, layouts, types of equipment, and installation practices used for air distribution systems installed in the different regions of the country. Assemble duct and fittings. Assemble flexible duct. Learn installation of insulation and vapor barriers on metal ducts. Explain the installation of fittings and transitions used in duct systems, and the installation of diffusers, registers, and grills used in duct systems. Use of manometer to measure static pressure, velocity pressure and total pressure in a duct system. Use of velometer to measure the velocity of airflow at the output of air system supply diffusers and registers. OSHA 10-Hour Survey Course (HVAC 204) This course is designed to provide students with knowledge and skills as prescribed by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. This course will provide students with the 6

7 ability to recognize and avoid hazardous situations as well as the ability to conduct themselves safely on the job site throughout their career. Students who successfully complete this section of the course will earn the industry-recognized credential, OSHA 10- Hour card. Teaches advanced safety techniques and requirements for heavy equipment operators. Emphasizes organizing and conducting safety meetings. Discusses OSHA hazardous material requirements and safe operation of equipment. Describes safety reporting, inspections, and investigations. EPA 608 Certification Study Course (HVAC 110) EPA-Approved Section 608 certification is needed to service building air conditioning and refrigeration systems. With 608 certification, you can purchase any refrigerant in containers greater than 20 pounds. Four types of certification are available. Technicians receiving a passing grade on the Type I (small appliance) examination are certified to recover refrigerant during the maintenance, service or repair of packaged terminal air conditioners with 5 pounds or less or refrigerant. Only Type I or Universal certified technicians can recover refrigerant from these units. Technicians receiving a passing grade on the Type II (high-pressure and very high pressure) examination are certified to recover refrigerant during the maintenance, service or repair of high-pressure equipment (Medium-Pressure R-12, R-114, R-134a, R-401A, and R-500; High-Pressure R-22, R-402A, R-402B, R-404A, R-407A, R-407B, R-407C, R-410A and R-502; and Very-High-Pressure R- 13, R-23, and R-503). Only Type II or Universal certified technicians can recover refrigerant from these units. Technicians receiving a passing grade on the Type III (lowpressure appliance) examination are certified to recover refrigerant during the maintenance, service or repair of low-pressure equipment (CFC-11, HCFC-123). Only Type III or Universal certified technicians can recover refrigerant from these units. Technicians receiving a Universal Certification are certified to recover refrigerant during the maintenance, service or repair of small appliances, high-pressure equipment and lowpressure equipment. That is, they are certified to work on any type of air conditioning and refrigeration equipment except motor vehicle air conditioning. 7

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