|Air Conditioning Heat Pumps Fundamentals - ACHP 105|
|Learn by doing!|
8 Weeks of Evening Classes (Monday - Thursday)
In just 8 weeks of intensive, hands-on ACHP evening classes - "Boot Camp," we take you from ground zero, through all the major components, basic electrical wiring and controls of Air Conditioning Heat Pump systems. You'll learn how to high temperature silver braze with both oxy/acetylene and air/acetylene torches. You'll take apart major components of these systems including compressors, metering devices, accumulators and other accessories to learn in detail how they work.
Each student learns electrical wiring, starting with the basics and then progressing to working on real field systems.
Each student conducts service calls, recovery refrigerant, pressure tests to 360 pisg, and evacuation, and properly charges systems with refrigerant.
Each student learns the proper state of the art methods of field craft under the direct supervision of journeymen instructors.
The shop/classroom has 12 fully equipped workbenches that have tools, test instruments and equipment for hands-on learning.
Each class is 90% hands-on training.
This class is for those students wishing to get started in air conditioning - heat pump service who don't have the luxury of attending a 1 to 2 year day class program.
ACHP Boot Camp is one of the most intense programs of its type in the U.S.
Timid students should not apply.
How is our training different from other schools?
Many schools believe that when a student takes written notes as an instructor speaks of his experience, somehow the instructor's experience becomes the student's experience.
We believe that the best way to learn is to physically work on projects, and see the subject matter come alive.
After the student has worked and "Put his brains on his fingertips," then the student can more readily understand and retain the information because of his firsthand experience and working knowledge.
Noted educators have found that students remember 5% of what they hear and over 90% of what they do.To learn more, do more. That is why our classes are focused on hands-on training.
What do I do next? If you wish to register for this class, click here for enrollment forms. Updated 7.17.17
What do I do next?
If you wish to register for this class, click here for enrollment forms.