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HVACR technicians install, maintain, and repair heating, ventilation, cooling, and refrigeration systems. These systems have become very complex over the years, and most employers require their workers to have postsecondary education in this area or at least want them to have completed apprenticeship training. Certain states require HVACR workers to be licensed.
Once a new technician is licensed, they will usually work alongside an experienced technician for a time. They generally start on simpler tasks such as insulating refrigerant lines. After a while, they can start checking electrical circuits, or cutting and soldering pipes. If a technician receives their training through an apprenticeship program, it will last anywhere from 3 to 5 years.
During this time, they will learn blueprint reading, safety practices, and how to use the tools of the trade properly. They’ll also become acquainted with the various systems that are used to heat and cool buildings. It’s important to know, however, that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires all technicians who handle, buy, or work with refrigerants to be certified in proper refrigerant handling.
There are several qualities that it is vital to have as an HVACR technician.
There are many people who would benefit from training in the field of HVACR, for example:
If you are in one of the above fields, you’d do well to get your employees some training in the following areas:
Keeping up on proper preventive maintenance and taking immediate action when repair work is needed can lengthen the life of your equipment. NTT’s HVAC seminar will give you hands-on experience in these areas. If you’re interested in training your workforce, NTT has you covered. For more information, connect with us today!
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