SER027 - HVAC Electrical Pro-Troubleshooting - FAD Approved

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Class Description


A primary skill for HVAC technicians is the ability to troubleshoot electrical circuit problems. This course teaches the fundamental and advanced skills of troubleshooting residential and commercial HVAC electrical system problems. In this course, technicians learn and practice proven diagnostic techniques that they can apply immediately back on the job. The goal is to provide technicians with both the skills and confidence to tackle any control or power electrical system malfunction. Emphasis is on using a process to rapidly discover failed components and prevent repeat failures through root cause determination. Following is logical, systematic procedure for troubleshooting electrical systems makes the job much less intimidating. This course can be taken as a stand alone lone seminar , or can be taken in conjunction with HVAC Mechanical Pro-Troubleshooting. This is not a course for a technician just entering the HVAC field and an understanding of basic electrical theory is assumed. This class is a combination of classroom and in-lab hands on training.


Course Objectives:

  • Identify essential characteristics of an electrical circuit
  • Distinguish various types and styles of wiring diagrams and their intended purpose
  • Recognize electrical symbols and industry standards
  • Read and interpret various wiring schematics and determine sequence of operation
  • Define the function of various printed circuit boards
  • Develop practical troubleshooting approach to isolate and correct electrical system malfunctions
  • Develop safe electrical troubleshooting practices and procedures
  • Perform root cause analysis to prevent repeat failures

A cumulative score of 70% is required to pass this course. The score is a combination of attendance, class participation, and a demonstration of skills and knowledge through quizzes and/or work sessions.

Suggested Prerequisites: A minimum of one year of field experience in servicing and maintaining residential and light commercial HVAC equipment or appropriate vocational education.

Additional Accreditation: This course provides 3 credit hours from Onondaga Community College, a member of the State University of New York educational institution. (Credits may be transferable to other college degree programs.)

Length: 5 -Days
Cost: $1,200.00 U.S.
Certifications:
Authorized IACET Provider 3.5 CEUs
Authorized NATE Provider 35. hrs
ACSV, ADSV, HPSV, GSSV, ACIN, ADIN, HPIN, GSIN

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SER027 Syracuse, NY 05/16/16 5
SER027 Syracuse, NY 08/01/16 5
SER027 Syracuse, NY 10/03/16 5
SER027 Syracuse, NY 12/12/16 5
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