HVAC Electrical Pro-Troubleshooting

East Syracuse, New York
Monday, March 25, 2019
HVAC Electrical Pro-Troubleshooting
Monday, March 25, 2019 8:00 AM -
Friday, March 29, 2019 5:00 PM (Eastern Time)

Instructor: Dean Richardson
6540 Old Collamer Rd. S
Carrier University Syracuse
East Syracuse, New York 13057
United States

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 SER027 – HVAC Electrical Pro-Troubleshooting

Length:  5 Days

IACET:   3.5 CEU
PDH:      35
NATE:    35
FAD:      35

For a full description of the course, including expected learning outcomes, topics covered, pre-requisites, and requirements for being awarded a certificate, go to:

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 this logical, systematic procedure for troubleshooting electrical systems makes the job much less intimidating. This course can be taken as a standalone 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.

None required but a student should understand basic electrical components and circuits.




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Contact Information

  • Phone: 1-800-644-5544
    E-mail: CarrierUniversity@carrier.utc.com
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