HVACR Training Center

Master HVAC Technician and Installer Program

Ditch the Dull Textbook – HVAC Training Reimagined

Gone are the days of boring manuals and endless lectures. Our HVAC courses are designed like your favorite apps: visually engaging, interactive, and downright fun.

Think vibrant graphics, hands-on simulations, and real-world scenarios that challenge you to think like a pro. Our bite-sized modules keep you focused, and our built-in quizzes ensure you’re mastering the material every step of the way.

Don’t just read about HVAC – experience it. Our innovative approach makes learning enjoyable, so you’ll be excited to dive in and soak up the knowledge you need to succeed.

Most Courses and Learning Pathways can prepare a student for one of the industry exams of your choice.
Ditch the dull textbooks

Four Levels of training Are Available

All Courses and Most Programs Now $100 (and less) per person

Each enrollment must start at Level One for continuity 

Become a home comfort hero with eTech’s HVAC training! Master troubleshooting, repair, and installation for just $275 – that’s a steal compared to $2300+ alternatives.

This comprehensive program caters to all experience levels and offers:

  • Industry-recognized certificate for job market advantage
  • Flexible learning options (online/in-person blend)
  • Career placement assistance to land your dream HVAC job
  • In-depth curriculum covering all aspects of residential systems

Taught by industry veterans, eTech also provides financing options for ultimate affordability. Invest in your future now!

Course Previews?  We Have Them!

Look no further! Here at HVACR Training Center, we offer a library of course previews designed to empower YOU to take control of your learning choices.

Here’s what sets our courses apart:

  • Bite-sized learning: Get a taste of what each course offers without a huge time commitment.
  • Interactive demos: See the skills you’ll learn come to life with engaging video demonstrations.
  • Real-world applications: Discover how these skills can be applied to troubleshoot common HVAC issues at home.

Dive into our course previews and discover the power of knowledge!

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How to read the major items on Plans and Specification documents.

Plans and Specifications

How to read the major items on Plans and Specification documents.

Learn to calculate the  contents of storage and recovery tanks

Storage Tanks

Learn to calculate the  contents of storage and recovery tanks

Keep it simple! Use your tools to make measurements easier.


Keep it simple! Use your tools to make measurements easier.

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Sensible and Latent Heat

One is invisible, and the other we can measure with a thermometer. Both affect our comfort.

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Blowers, Fans, and Air

The first word in AIR Conditioning is AIR. Learn how air is moved through an HVAC System.

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Packaged Systems

The over-Under, Side by Side, or Downflow systems all have a place in the residential market.

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Wall mounts, ceiling cassettes, and concealed duct options play important roles in system design.


Split Systems

The application of split systems hasn’t changed in a long time, but the failures of installations remain.


Fuel and Venting

Mishandling either of these two necessities can kill. Observe faults and don’t repeat them.

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Electrical Systems

Line power, low voltage power. Open, closed, or shorted circuits. Electricity will get you if you don’t learn and respect it.

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Electrical Controls

Control boards, relays, capacitors, motors, inverters, and much more are in your everyday life

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Our job is to deliver heat energy from one place to another. HVAC or refrigeration, the goal is the same.

What are the expected course outcomes ?

Upon completing the Professional Residential HVAC Technician Learning Pathway at eTech HVAC/R Training Center, you can expect the following outcomes.

Understanding of Refrigeration Systems: The course guides students through the complex topics of manufacturer-independent refrigeration systems, providing a comprehensive understanding of how these systems work.

Understanding Electrical Systems and Controls: Students receive training on the generic electrical controls and circuitry used in HVAC systems and electrical sciences.

Understanding the effects of airflow on system capacities: Airflow is the least understood element of HVAC performance. Students receive training on measuring airflow and determining gross system heat rejection.

Troubleshooting Skills: One key outcome is the development of practical troubleshooting skills. Students learn the steps to diagnose and fix issues in refrigeration systems.

Preparation for Certification: All of our courses and learning programs are designed to compliment your preperation for any of the industry certification exams.

Job Opportunities: As indicated by the job listings for HVAC training graduates, there are numerous job opportunities in this field, with competitive pay scales.

These are expected outcomes; expect that your results will vary minimally based on individual performance and market conditions.

Gain Real-World Experience: Partner with employers who value our training and are eager to give you the hands-on skills you’ll need.

Frequently Asked Questions (If you read one thing - Read this)

Our students and employers often have similar questions. We’ve answered many of the common questions below.

What qualifications do I need to enroll in an HVAC training program?

17 years or older. A high school diploma is highly recommended since employers might withhold job offers without one.

How long does it take to complete the HVAC training program?

The time to complete the program depends on your initiative and previous real-life experience.

What topics will be covered in the HVAC training course?

Please see the Course and Program Catalog for complete information.

Will the program provide hands-on training?

The short answer is no. After training, it is recommended that you find an employer that understands the merits of your completion certificate. On-the-job training on current equipment while shadowing an experienced technician or installer provides the best form of training. Employers like training you in their procedures and expectation-not, bad habits learned from school lab equipment.

Can I take this HVAC training program online?

The program is entirely online, self-paced with Certified Instructor Assistance available by email.

Are there any certification exams after completion of the training?

Yes. With this training and some prep work, you can sit for the NATE Certified HVAC Professional Certification exams. You are awarded the Certified HVAC Professional Certification CHP-5 (CHP5) upon completion.

What kind of job opportunities can I expect after completing the HVAC training?

eTech makes no promises of any kind. If you are employable, speak with your employer or contact willing employers advertising on the job boards for their input.

Is financial aid available for the HVAC training program?

No. The tuition offered by eTech is often a fraction of that demanded by trainers and schools that need to offer financial aid.

How is the course material updated to keep up with new technologies and regulations?

The HVAC industry is currently evolving faster than ever. Specific manufacturer products require training to become experts on certain equipment or technologies. The technology of broad appeal is integrated (on development schedules) into the courses and programs offered by eTech HVAC/R Training Center.

What kind of support is available to students during and after the training program?

Certified Master HVAC/R Educators and trainers are available by email for technical assistance. Student services are available by support ticket.