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Climate and Energy Control Technologies (HVAC) (44 credit hours)

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Map to the Chaffin Building

Instructors

Thomas Mario Sanchez

Professor of Climate and Energy Control Technologies (HVAC)

Program Overview

The Climate and Energy Control Technologies (HVAC) program presents technical training to students in the areas of electricity, heating, residential air conditioning, refrigeration, sheet metal fabrication, direct digital controls (DDC) & commercial HVAC applications. This program provides students with industry credentialing in the areas of refrigerant handling safety, tool usage and control fundamentals. Foundational skills and principles learned in this program prepare students to work in the commercial and residential HVAC market place.

Contact

Dr. Clayton Tatro

Vice President for Workforce Development
ctatro@dc3.edu