Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Technician Diploma

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  • Objectives
    This program will train clients as Gas Technician 2 and Oil Burner Technician 2. After successful completion of this program, graduates may apply to the Technical Standards and Safety Authority Certification and be qualified to work in the heating, ventilation and air conditioning field. Air conditioning and refrigeration principles will also be covered relating to the layout, installation, and service or residential and light commercial heating and cooling applications.
  • Academic title
    Heating, Ventilation and Air Condition Technician Diploma
  • Course description
    Semester 3
    # ENG1751   -   001   -   Job Search Skills: Ind. Study

    Prerequisite: ENG 1551 Through guided independent study, students will explore the job search process in detail and gain a comprehensive understanding of the theories and practices that lead to successful job searching and career planning. This course will also encourage further development of the independent learning skills and strategies practiced in ENG 1551 and 1581.

    # ENG1780   -   002   -   Applied Communication II

    Prerequisites: ENG 1580, ENG 1581 In this course, students will refine their communication skills by preparing responses to a variety of work-related situations. In accordance with MTCU requirements general education, the course will provide the opportunity for students to develop a greater understanding of work and the economy and of the relationships among individuals and society.

    # GAF2300   -   008   -   Gas Technician II (Part II)

    The course is a continuation of GAF 1200-6, which is designed to allow the student to continue his or her studies towards a TSSA (Technical Standard and Safety Authority) Gas Technician II designation. The modules covered in this course are Module II-Basic Electricity. Controls (Mechanical and Electronic). Building as a System. Domestic Non-Vented Appliances, and Domestic Gas Fired Refrigerators. This is a mixture of 55% shop and 45% theory.

    # HLG2300   -   004   -   Heat Loss/Heat Gain

    Residential heat loss and heat gain is an important part in the proper selection of equipment of the job. The introduction and practising of calculation with different scenarios will insure technician competencies. Major areas coered are building science, heat loss calculations, heat gain calculation terms, R-values, and design temperatures.

    # OBU2300   -   006   -   Oil Burner Technician II

    This course is designed to allow students to achieve their Oil Burner Technician II TSSA (Technical Standard and Safety Authority) Certification. To achieve this, students must have taken prerequisite courses. The course uses the TSSA Oil Burner Curriculum with modules (15) Venting Practices and (23) Flame Safeguard Systems, with a review of module (16) Electricity.

    Semester 4

    # GAF2402   -   012   -   Gas Technician II (Part III)

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    # HVA2400   -   004   -   Air Conditioning & Heat Pumps

    Air Conditioning installation, inspection, and service are covered in-depth, along with air circulation and relative humidity control. Heat pump theory and operation are covered in detail. Natural gas heat pumps are also introduced. Troubleshooting and servicing are practised, developed competencies.

    # HVA2430   -   002   -   Advanced Hydronics

    This is a combination of information learned in the Gas and Technician courses and takes the student into areas such as radiant floor heating, advanced piping materials, pipe sizing, pump flow rates, and required controls for modern Hydronic Systems.

    # GEN2400   -   002   -   Trade Practices & Ethics

    This is a self-directed learning course where students become familiar with provincial legislation that applies to trades workers, the ethical responsibility of trades workers, and quality standards that affect the workplace. In accordance with the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities' general education requirements, this course provides an understanding of the history and organization of work and of working life challenges for the individual and society.

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