Gas Furnace Troubleshooting - GS 102
WA. Electrical Trainees - Approved for 40 hours Basic Classroom Instruction

Fall Session 2017
Evening Classes: October 30- November 11, 2017 | 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Day Classes: November 13-17, 2017 | 9:00am - 5:00pm

Price: $1,995.00
Updated 7.17.17

you can learn to trouble shoot by doing
  • 1 week of day classes with the option for a 6th day on Saturday, for a total of 40 + hours of training or 2 weeks of evening classes.
  • The HVAC School offers a class in gas furnace troubleshooting which teaches you how to service light commercial and residential heating systems. You will learn how these systems work, and how to test both the electrical and mechanical components. You will be using state-of-the-art tools and methods of the trade, the course also covers CO testing and furnace start-ups.

    Starting with the basics, you will learn the components, ignition systems, and electrical wiring. You'll finish by actually troubleshooting a minimum of 100 electrical faults on the school's 20 gas furnaces.

    By the time you finish training, you should be at this student's speed of less than six minutes to correctly diagnose a furnace fault.

    This class has the most "bugged" furnaces for student troubleshooting of any training facility in the U.S.

    Approved for 40 hrs. of WA. Electrical Basic Classroom Instruction:
    • Electrical Trouble Shooting of Gas Fired Furnaces Part 1 - WA2015-488
    • Electrical Trouble Shooting of Gas Fired Furnaces Part 2 - WA2015-489
    • To receive credit for Basic Class Room instruction, you will need to have your electrical trainee card prior to the 1st day of class.

    • Basic Trainee courses expire 9/17/2018


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