HVAC Install training is a (5) day course that will prepare students for proper removal and installation of new equipment. The life span of a new system is determined by the knowledge and the ability to follow proper procedures for installing the equipment. This course is designed to help prevent service call backs and to know the equipment will run to designed specifications for years to come. Each day students will be taught applied theory for the hands- on training they will have for that day. They will understand brazing techniques, recovery process, evacuation and more. This is a (40) hour course and will consist of on-site training, along with our brief online video sessions each evening that will prepare students for the following day. They will begin Monday night and go through Thursday night. Students will be tested on each video. Each quiz, along with lab sessions are what will determine their overall score for the class.Total Tech accepts a maximum of 16 students per class...this allows great student to teacher ratio and a great hands-on experience.
Don Miller, Founder and Institutional Director, has been in the air conditioning field for 37 years and has developed specific processes for technicians to use that are not taught elsewhere. Don developed many of the procedures through several hundred hours of research, and trial and error. If a technician will follow the steps and procedures they are taught at Total Tech, they can confidently handle any issue they run into in the field. Total Tech’s program has been developed to give students the necessary information they will need to immediately go to work after completion, and they will be armed with the proper skills to have confidence on the job.
Total Tech focuses on the information that a Service Technician will need to work in the field.......students at Total Tech are taught only the “theory” that is applicable to a Service Technician.......this is what enables us to keep our program so condensed. If a student is looking to be a Mechanical Engineer, then they will need to go through a 12-18-24 month course with another technical school or college to obtain the necessary theory, but if the focus is on becoming a Service Technician with a desire to work in the HVAC field, then our program is a perfect fit........although, even if a student is interested more in the Engineering side of things, learning system operation would be very beneficial to them as well.