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Overview

Career-focused training in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning is within easy reach if you’re in Lorain, Medina, or Cuyahoga County!(1)

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Remington College in Cleveland offers an HVAC diploma program that can be completed in as few as 12 months. Pursue a college-level HVAC education and earn the EPA certifications that prospective employers value.(1,2)

Subjects of study in our HVAC school include the inner workings of automated and motor controls, ventilation and refrigeration systems, air conditioning systems, domestic appliances, heat pumps, hydronic heating systems, and more.

Training equipment and simulators available to students in our Cleveland HVAC school program labs include:

  • A/C water-cooled trainers
  • Heating and A/C electrical wiring trainers
  • Refrigeration system trainers
  • Multi-zone building energy management trainers
  • Regular and advanced heat pump trainers
  • Compressor fault simulators
  • Cooling tower demonstrators

(1)Employment is not guaranteed for students or graduates. State licensure or certification may be required.
(2)Additional requirements for licensure and/or certification may apply.

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Certifications

If you’re someone who performs maintenance, service, repair, or disposal that could release refrigerants (and the chemicals in them) from appliances into the atmosphere, you will be required by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to hold specific certifications to ensure that the refrigerants are handled correctly.

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Types of HVAC Certifications

The EPA Universal Certification requires all individuals who open a system or container holding a controlled refrigerant to be certified with the EPA Section 608 Certifications.

Within Section 608 Certifications, there are four types of certifications that HVAC technicians will need before they can begin professionally servicing, repairing, or disposing the appliances they will be trained to work with. Because the job duties that HVAC technicians plan to pursue can vary, it may not be necessary to take all four of the exams.

Remington College HVAC instructors and staff can help students determine which HVAC certification exams they should take.

EPA Certifications

  • Type I Certification- A Type I certification is required for HVAC technicians primarily servicing small appliances such as domestic refrigerators, window air conditioners, and vending machines.
  • Type II Certification – A Type II certification is required for HVAC technicians primarily servicing and disposing equipment using a high pressure refrigerant. Examples of such equipment include residential air conditioners and heat pumps, supermarket refrigeration and process refrigeration.
  • Type III Certification – A Type III certification is required for HVAC technicians primarily servicing and disposing equipment using a low pressure refrigerant. These units are primarily chillers.
  • EPA Universal Certification- A Universal certification is required for HVAC technicians who service all types of equipment.
    • The EPA Universal Certification exam consists of 100 multiple-choice questions: 25 Core questions, 25 Type I questions, 25 Type II questions, and 25 Type III questions.
      • A score of 72% is required to pass each section, which means 18 of the 25 questions must be answered correctly in order to obtain each certification.
      • If an HVAC technician taking a Universal Exam fails to pass all sections, but passes the Core Section and at least one other section, a certification card for the types passed will be issued. For example, if you pass the Core questions and Type III questions, but fail Type I and Type II questions, you will have a Type III certification. If retaking the exam, only the sections failed need to be repeated.

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Facilities

The Remington College Cleveland Campus has trained many skilled and professional graduates to help meet the needs of local employers.(1)

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Our mission is to help prepare graduates for entry-level employment by providing them with practical, hands-on training. We are in regular contact with Cleveland-area employers to make sure that the training we offer is current and in demand. We invite employers to the Campus to review our facilities, equipment, courses and programs.

(1)Employment is not guaranteed for students or graduates.

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CAMPUS HOURS

Monday-Thursday 8:30 AM – 8:00 PM | Friday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM | Saturday 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

PROGRAM DETAILS

Course List

Total520 36016064

Course # Course Name Lecture Hrs Lab Hrs Externship Qtr Credit Hrs
CD203 Career Development Fundamentals 20 0 0 1.00
CD204 Career Development Principles 20 0 0 1.00
HV115
Introduction to HVAC and Refrigeration
40 40 0 5.00
HV125
Fundamental HVAC Maintenance
40 40 0 5.00
HV135
HVAC Automated Controls
40 40 0 5.00
HV142
Motors and Motor Control
20 40 0 3.50
HV155
Residential Systems I
40 40 0 5.00
HV165
Residential Systems II
40 40 0 5.00
HV175
Commercial HVAC Systems
40 40 0 5.00
HV182
Commercial Refrigeration Systems
20 40 0 3.50
HV195
Domestic Appliances and Cold Water Air Conditioning
40 40 0 5.00
HV200
Heat Pumps and Hydronic Heating
40 40 0 5.00
HV205
Ducting and Airflow
40 40 0 5.00
HV209
Hydronic Systems
40 40 0 5.00
Total 480 480 0 59
Program Summary
The Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Diploma Program provides in-depth training in HVAC systems and demonstrates the hands-on skills needed to successfully maintain and troubleshoot today’s complex heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems, up to and including commercial and industrial systems. It establishes a framework
of understanding of environmental issues associated within the HVAC industry and presents theory, diagnostics, and repair procedures. Typical operating conditions, and systematic troubleshooting, maintenance, and installation techniques are also presented. The program includes exposure to indoor air quality standards and discusses various sources of indoor
pollution with an emphasis on molds and how to improve indoor air quality.
The objective of this Program is to prepare graduates for entry-level positions in the HVAC industry, such as in residential heating and cooling, commercial or industrial heating and cooling, and residential, commercial, or industrial refrigeration and freezers. Students also receive training in commercial freight or shipping refrigerant systems and domestic air conditioning or refrigeration appliances.
This Program trains students in accordance with the National Skill Standards for HVAC technicians. The Program requires completion of a minimum of 59 credit hours, including any transfer credits that have been accepted. Program completion normally requires 12 months for full-time students.
The HVAC Program is divided into 12 monthly academic periods. Upon successful completion of all areas of this Program, graduates will be awarded a Diploma in Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning.

Potential Career Destinations(1)

HVAC Trades Programs at Remington College

CONTRACTING COMPANIES

HVAC Trades Programs at Remington College

MANUFACTURERS

HVAC Trades Programs at Remington College

REFRIGERATION APPLIANCE INSTALLATION & REPAIR

HVAC Trades Programs at Remington College

RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL HVAC

HVAC Trades Programs at Remington College

COMMERCIAL FREIGHT AND AIR CONDITIONING

HVAC Trades Programs at Remington College

RESIDENTIAL/LIGHT COMMERCIAL HEATING, COOLING, AND REFRIGERATION

(1) Employment not guaranteed for students or graduates.

ACCREDITED LEARNING INSTITUTION

Remington College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).The Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) is a recognized accrediting agency by the U.S. Department of Education.

NO HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR GED?

Our Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning diploma program helps students with no high school diploma or GED get a start on their college education. Students in the HVAC program have the opportunity to study for their high school equivalency test while also practicing the skills they may use to install, troubleshoot, repair and upgrade commercial heating, cooling and refrigeration systems.(1)

(1)Programs not available at all locations.

SUPPORT RESOURCES

ADMISSIONS

Our admissions staff will be there to help guide you through the process of choosing a program that fits your educational goals and make sure you have all of the documentation place to get started on the right path. At no point in the admissions and enrollment process will you have to go it alone, we are here to help.
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Financial Guidance

The process of deciding how to pay for your education can be an intimidating experience if you have never gone through it before. Fortunately, our financial aid representatives are on hand during the enrollment process to make sure you are aware of all of your options and have filled out the appropriate paperwork to ensure a smooth transition into your educational journey.
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Student Services

Remington College established a student services webpage to provide our students with easy access to the resources they need to be successful in their chosen educational paths. We encourage all students to use this site as a starting point for accessing their academic resources.
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Career Services

Our Career Services department works with our students and graduates to support them in their job search. From resume writing and interviewing techniques, to making connections with employers and holding job fairs, we provide support to current students and graduates.
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