241 HVACR Intro to Cooling System Troubleshooting

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241 HVACR Intro to Cooling System Troubleshooting

(18 hours/60 days) Advanced
Written by Phil Rains

This course is provided to instruct the entry level HVAC technician in the common service procedures performed on conventional residential/light commercial cooling systems. These include electrical circuits, mechanical compression refrigeration cycle, necessary components in a cooling system, and more. Instruction aligns with ANSI/ACCA Quality Installation & Maintenance Standards.

Recommended Prerequisites: This course requires a good understanding of the refrigeration cycle. You will want to have completed 141 HVACR Refrigeration I, or have a working knowledge of the content of that course prior to enrollment into this advanced course.

Please refer to the 141 course description in the Catalog for the specific details. 241 is recognized for 18 hours of continuing education (CEHs) applicable to NATE re-certification.

Module topics are:

  • Cooling System Service Overview
  • Cooling Service Tools/Equipment, Safety, and Quality
  • Cooling System Components
  • Cooling System Air Flow
  • Cooling System Electrical Troubleshooting Basics
  • Cooling System Mechanical Troubleshooting Basics

If you are only taking a few courses with us there is not a requirement for a textbook. We will always recommend to our students to have a good general textbook for reference, the mark of a professional!

Each course purchase allows 60 days enrollment to complete. Must obtain a 75% or higher to obtain CEU recognition. Course provides you with a Subject Matter Expert (mentor) to assist with questions and all course materials for the duration of the course.