Delta Region MS

CAREER TYPE

HVAC Technician

Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers—often called heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVACR) technicians—work on heating, ventilation, cooling, and refrigeration systems that control the temperature and air quality in buildings

CAREER TYPE KEY FACTS:

Salary Range Potential: $30,000-$40,000/year

Class Types:

  • Electricity for HVAC, Compression Refridgeration, Controls, Heating Systems

TRAINING CENTER PROGRAMS

Heating & Air Conditioning Technology-HVAC Technician

The primary objective of the HVAC/R-MAR Technician Program is to provide students with training and experience in the installation, repair and maintenance of heating, ventilating, air conditioning and refrigeration systems across a wide spectrum of applications. The program offers topics such as theory, equipment components and operation, and provides students with the basic skills and knowledge to secure entry level employment in the HVAC, major appliance, electrical and facilities management industries.

Example of Class Types

Electricity for HVAC, Compression Refridgeration, Controls, Heating Systems

  Day and Night Classes:

Day and Night Classes

Pre-requisites required:
Contact for more information

Length of Program
35 weeks (9 months)

Summary of Program Requirements
Contact for more information

Skills Needed
Mechanical, Troubleshooting, Vizualization, Equipment Operation and Monitoring
Delta Technical College
Horn Lake Campus Ridgeland Campus

Contact
S. Allen
662-280-1443
sallen@deltatechnicalcollege.com



 
Heating & Air Conditioning Technology-HVAC Technician

Heating and Air Conditioning Technology is a post-secondary instructional program that prepares individuals to work in engineering departments or private firms installing, maintaining, and operating small or medium air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration systems. Instruction prepares individuals to work in a commercial setting performing special tasks relating to designing duct work, assembly, installation, servicing, operation, and maintenance of heating and cooling systems according to the standards of the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers, Inc., Air Conditioning Contractors of American (ACCA), and Air Conditioning Refrigeration Institute (ARI). Included are air conditioning, heating and refrigeration devices; equipment, techniques, and systems; and maintenance and operation of these systems

Example of Class Types

Electricity for HVAC, Compression Refridgeration, Controls, Heating Systems

  Day and Night Classes:

Contact for more information

Pre-requisites required:
Contact for more information.

Length of Program
30 Hour Career Certificate | | 45 Hour Technical Certificate | Associate of Applied Science Degree

Summary of Program Requirements
Contact for more information.

Skills Needed
Mechanical, Troubleshooting, Vizualization, Equipment Operation and Monitoring
East Central Community College
Decatur Campus

Contact
Harold Hollingsworth
601-635-6259
hhollingsworth@ecccedu



 
Heating & Air Conditioning Technology-HVAC Technician

Heating and Air Conditioning Technology is a post-secondary instructional program that prepares individuals to work in engineering departments or private firms installing, maintaining, and operating small or medium air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration systems. Instruction prepares individuals to work in a commercial setting performing special tasks relating to designing duct work, assembly, installation, servicing, operation, and maintenance of heating and cooling systems according to the standards of the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers, Inc., Air Conditioning Contractors of American (ACCA), and Air Conditioning Refrigeration Institute (ARI). Included are air conditioning, heating and refrigeration devices; equipment, techniques, and systems; and maintenance and operation of these systems

Example of Class Types

Electricity for HVAC, Compression Refridgeration, Controls, Heating Systems

  Day and Night Classes:

Day Classes Only

Pre-requisites required:
Contact for more information.

Length of Program
*Technical Certificate *Advanced Technical Certificate *Associate of Applied Science

Summary of Program Requirements
Contact for more information.

Skills Needed
Mechanical, Troubleshooting, Vizualization, Equipment Operation and Monitoring
Holmes Community College
Goodman Campus Grenada Center

Contact
Wyndy Peeples
662-472-9809
wpeeples@holmescc.edu
Tracy Herring
662-227-2350
therring@holmescc.edu
 
Heating & Air Conditioning Technology-HVAC Technician

Heating and Air Conditioning Technology is a post-secondary instructional program that prepares individuals to work in engineering departments or private firms installing, maintaining, and operating small or medium air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration systems. Instruction prepares individuals to work in a commercial setting performing special tasks relating to designing duct work, assembly, installation, servicing, operation, and maintenance of heating and cooling systems according to the standards of the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers, Inc., Air Conditioning Contractors of American (ACCA), and Air Conditioning Refrigeration Institute (ARI). Included are air conditioning, heating and refrigeration devices; equipment, techniques, and systems; and maintenance and operation of these systems.

Example of Class Types

Electricity for HVAC, Compression Refridgeration, Controls, Heating Systems

  Day and Night Classes:

Day and Night Classes

Pre-requisites required:
Contact for more information.

Length of Program
2 year Associate of Applied Science

Summary of Program Requirements
Contact for more information.

Skills Needed
Mechanical, Troubleshooting, Vizualization, Equipment Operation and Monitoring
Itawamba Community College
Belden Center

Contact
Carrie Lindsey
662-407-1411
celindsey@iccms.edu



 
Heating & Air Conditioning Technology-HVAC Technician

Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology (HVAC), at the Senatobia campus, provides majors an opportunity to learn theoretical principles and practical applications that affect the control of temperature, humidity and the quality of air, design, testing, installation and development of heating and cooling systems and knowledge of how to service and repair in both residential and commercial markets. Our program is accredited by the Partnership for Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigeration Accreditation (PAHRA). PAHRA is an independent, third party organization that is a partnership between heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) educators and the HVACR industry that will award accreditation to programs that have met and/or exceeded industry validated standards.

Example of Class Types

Electricity for HVAC, Compression Refridgeration, Controls, Heating Systems

  Day and Night Classes:

Day

Pre-requisites required:
Students who wish to enter the Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology program should contact an adviser. Students should understand that entrance is by way of an Admissions Committee. The committee has the responsibility of screening qualified program applicants who have submitted any of necessary records and credentials prior to the semester of entrance. Students must provide their own tools. Students who wish to enter the program must have an ACT composite score of 15

Length of Program
Associate of Applied Science Degree (All students acquiring a degree must obtain universal EPA certification prior to graduation.) Vocational Certificate Program (Students acquiring a certificate must obtain Type I and Type II EPA certification.)

Summary of Program Requirements
Students who wish to enter the Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology program should contact an adviser. Students should understand that entrance is by way of an Admissions Committee. The committee has the responsibility of screening qualified program applicants who have submitted any of necessary records and credentials prior to the semester of entrance. Students must provide their own tools. Students who wish to enter the program must have an ACT composite score of 15

Skills Needed
Mechanical, Troubleshooting, Vizualization, Equipment Operation and Monitoring
Northwest Community College
Senatobia Campus

Contact
Katie Broadway
662-562-3954
kbroadway@northwestms.edu