Experienced HVAC technicians, who attend classes at our area training centers, have the opportunity to receive certifications in some of the industry’s most in-demand skill sets.
If you currently perform commercial properties work on central chiller, boiler plant, building automation and controls and comfort heating and cooling or refinery/heavy industrial work on ammonia refrigeration or process refrigeration systems, then our advanced training will help you earn higher hourly wages and better benefits.
For those looking to enter the field or are working in the residential field on heating, air conditioning, indoor air quality, water heaters or appliances, UA training will open additional doors to endless career opportunities in this high-demand field.
The UA HVAC supplemental training programs consist of intensive coursework and hands-on experience in:
- Air conditioning
- Combustion process
- Electrical theory
- Electrical motors
- HVAC controls
- Refrigerant handling
- Customer relations
During training, you can earn industry-recognized certifications that you may not already have, including: UA 51 Brazing certification, 410 A certification, OSHA 30-hour certification, CFC certification and CPR certification.
Specialized classes offered include:
- Green Awareness Certification
- Solar Water Heating Systems Installations
- Energy Auditor Certification
- Industrial Rigging Certification
- Geothermal Certification/Training
- OSHA 500: Occupational Safety and Health Standards for Construction