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HVAC Operator Training


HVAC Operator I Technical Training

Offered through School of Advanced Manufacturing, Industrial Occupations and Transportation

@ Florissant Valley | Center for Workforce Innovation

In this HVAC program, students will gain the understanding of how to maintain and troubleshoot forced air systems and the basics on how the systems and control boards work. St. Louis Community College is one of the premier HVAC training schools in St. Louis.

This program is designed for individuals seeking a career in HVAC and will train participants to:

  • Troubleshoot basic residential HVAC systems
  • Troubleshoot 24 volt low voltage, 120 volt and 240 voltage systems
  • Understand the basics of forced air furnaces
  • Understand the order of operation of how an integrated furnace control (IFC) board works
  • Understand and know how to properly clean and check forced air systems to have a well-tuned piece of equipment

After completion of the class you will be prepared to take your EPA certification exams (Core, Type I, II, and Universal) and will have completed OSHA 10 online certification training (outside of regular class hours).

Class Schedule

Duration: Day classes: 60 hours, five days per week, 8 a.m. - 2:30 pm.  |  Evening classes: 60 hours, three nights per week, 6 - 10 p.m. 

Start Date:  Evening class: July 16

Location: Center for Workforce Innovation, 3344 Pershall Rd., 63135

Student Cost: $1,300

Requirements for Acceptance

  • High school diploma or GED.
  • Complete WorkKeys assessments.

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