HVAC Tech Graduation Pathway Course 2
Air Conditioning/Refrigeration II
This course is designed to teach basic electricity, series and parallel circuits, automatic controls and their components and applications, along with electronic and programmable controls. Students will be given lab experience in wiring various systems, using multi-meters, ammeters, and use Ohms’ law to troubleshoot electrical systems. Students will gain practice in reading schematic and pictorial diagrams and develop critical thinking skills and the logic required to assess systems. Also included will be a study of the types of electric motors, their applications, operation, and controls. Lab exercises in each area will teach troubleshooting techniques and give practice in changing motors, fans, and bearings. Some technical math will be introduced to better facilitate the mastery of the material listed above.
This course is only held at Ayers Career College. Students will earn 1 Carnegie Credit per course.
Course Begins: Spring 2018 Semester
Schedule: Monday – Friday