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Parking Update: To ease parking congestion on EFSC's Melbourne Campus, students, faculty and staff may park in the large King Center lot. Additional parking is also available at the Tennis Complex accessed from Post Road near Sherwood Elementary. Please be sure your parking permit is on your vehicle and remember that parking is only allowed in marked spaces, and is not allowed on the grass. Thank you for your patience and courtesy during this busy period.

High School to College Credit for the HVAC program

If you recently completed an Air Conditioning/HVAC program through Brevard Public Schools' Career & Technical Education then you may be eligible to receive free college credit.  Click here to read more about this agreement.

 

 

Course sequences keep you on track

  • Read about the recommended course sequence as listed in the Air Conditioning program information, application booklet, and application deadlines at the program's application process page. View the courses required for the certificate.

  • This is a clock-hour, Postsecondary Adult Vocational Certificate (PSAV) program. The total length of the program is 18 months. There are three sets of clock-hour courses, each 20 weeks in length. This is now a full-time program with cohort, class schedule: Monday through Thursday, 7:30 AM to 2:45 PM.  Read about the new clock-hour courses, starting late July 2015.

  • Training objectives include skills necessary to obtain employment in installation, service and repair by mechanical and refrigeration contractors, dealers and related commercial businesses.

  • Graduates of the program will be prepared for entry-level positions and are eligible to take the EPA certification exam.

  • Our instructors will observe students' progress with various processes. Individualized instruction will enhance skill sets and competencies along with work habits, safety skills and clean-up procedures in the HVAC lab. OSHA industry standards will be reinforced.

 

Campus Locations & Information

The Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Heating technology program is taught on the Palm Bay campus (Building 1) and Cocoa campus (Building 25).
 
It operates as a full-time, cohort schedule in the Fall and Spring terms on the Palm Bay and Cocoa campuses: Monday - Thursday, 7:30 AM to 2:45 PM