Daily HVAC Training

Daily Class Schedule


Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

  • One (1) 15-minute morning break
  • One (1) 15-minute mid-morning break
  • Lunch, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
  • One (1) 15-minute mid-afternoon break
  • One (1) 15-minute afternoon break

Classroom and lab times will vary throughout each day, depending on the subject matter. Due to the layering of the content covered in our Fast Track Program, the students will be interacting with the lab and classroom criteria at the same time.

Your average day is designed as follows:

Morning —

  • Classroom exercises (2.5 hours)
  • Lab (1.5 hours)

Afternoon –

  • Lab (2.5 hours)
  • Classroom exercises (1.5 hours)

Note: Within a very short time into the course the classroom exercises will coincide with the lab practice for efficiency and student performance.

What is a trainer? What is their purpose?

Each trainer is a mobile residential split system simulation machine. We have a heat pump and natural gas set up. It is designed to improve the service call diagnostic skills of the HVAC service technicians. We can duplicate virtually any failure the technician will encounter out in the field along with any weather condition they may experience during a service call. The correct diagnosis and the time it takes to perform the initial diagnostic is the most important cost of the service call. We develop these trainers to do that.


HVAC Courses

Once you complete our program you will be an EPA Certified HVAC Technician, which are also known as HVAC Mechanics or HVAC Installers


Fast Track

This is a “Fast-Track Program” designed to fulfill what I see as a gap in the HVAC industry. We need qualified technicians in the marketplace today, not a year from today.


Hands-On Training

With the help of over 20 Individually specialized repair stations, we can ensure an in depth “Hands-On Approach” to accomplish our goal.