Education is the Key to a Sustainable Future
64 Hour Refrigeration Course
Description: The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that 65.6% of HVACR service personnel in the industry in the year 2020 will be people not in the industry today. It is fact that the better an operating engineer’s skill, the better his or her chances of securing and maintaining a job. It’s also a fact that in today’s job market that jobs are hard to come by, which places added emphasis on the individual’s proficiency, diversity of skill and grade of licensure. This class provides hands on training of the refrigeration system operation, troubleshooting and maintenance of residential and commercial refrigeration systems, ice machines and air conditioning units and will include at the completion an opportunity to accrue a CFC certificate.
· Brief System Theory • Refrigeration and Refrigerants
· Systems and System Types • General Safety Practices
· Tools and Equipment • Soldering Practices
· System Evacuation • Refrigerant Recovery
· System Charging • Evaporators and Condensers
· Compressors · Expansion Devices
- Electrical Troubleshooting Control Circuits · Ice Machine/Trouble Shooting &
About the Instructor: Scott Marsyla is a graduate of Dunwoody College of Technology and is Certified in Residential and commercial HVAC/R and has 13 years of field experience and 5 years’ as an instructor. Licenses and certificates include Chief C Boiler’s license, Residential and Commercial HVAC/R Universal CFC Certification and is a Hazwoper Instructor.
Dates and Times: This class will be held eight (8) Saturdays from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on the following dates September 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th / October 6th, 13th, 20th, & 27th, 2018.
Location: Classes will be held at the Local 70 office, located at: 2722 County Road D East in White Bear Lake, Minnesota 55110 (one block North of Hwy 694).
Cost: Tuition for the class is $590.00 for International Union of Operating Engineers members and $790.00 for non-members. (Cost of educational materials included in price of tuition)
How to Register: To register for the class, please fill out the registration form and mail along with payment to the Local 70 office. You will not be registered for the class until payment and form is received. When registering - In order to provide this training, Local 70 MUST receive payment (Check or Money Order Only) from each student or their employer prior to August 23, 2018. Cancellations will not be accepted after August 23, 2018. Receipt for payment will be mailed. Please call Betty at 651-289-2972 with any questions you may have regarding registration or payment.
Tuition Reimbursement: Check with your employer for possible tuition reimbursement.
An additional fee is required for a student who wants to test for the CFC