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C504
Industrial Maintenance HVAC I (INDMA)
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The Industrial Maintenance HVAC I program will provide students with the skills required to enter the field of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. Students will be qualified to find jobs as entry-level HVAC technicians. Installation of new systems and repair to existing HVAC systems for residential and commercial (small business) purposes will be covered. This program also targets incumbent workers who desire to broaden their skills for a career change or for advancement consideration.

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Semester 1
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FA2014
SP2015
INM 1220
Basic A/C & Refrigeration
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4
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Maintenance and repair of window type and central air conditioning. Emphasis on basic refrigeration theory, refrigeration components identification and operation, system charging and evacuation. Copper brazing and electrical troubleshooting residential A/C systems will also be covered.

INM 1225
Basic Heating
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3
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Introduction to heating systems, gas forced air, medium and high efficiency, electric and hydronic system installation, control system operation, and troubleshooting. Emphasis on system service and troubleshooting.

INM 2210
Occupational Safety (OSHA)
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This course is based on the Occupational Safety & Health Training Course in General Industry Safety & Health and the Illinois Onsite Safety & Health Consultation Program. In this course the student will learn what the OSH Act is and why it became necessary in protecting the workforce in the United States, what the Federal Code of Regulations are and how to identify workplace hazards, and also how to work with industrial managers in eliminating these workplace hazards. PREREQUISITE: CIS 1104 Intro to Online Learning. Repeatable 3 times to upgrade current safety skill levels and qualifications requirement.

Term Total
9
Semester 2
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FA2014
SP2015
INM 2220
Adv. A/C Commercial Refrig
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Maintenance repair and troubleshooting of larger A/C 6 tons and up, walk-in coolers, freezers, ice machines, display cases, commercial refrigerators, and water coolers. Emphasis on refrigerant and refrigerant controls found mainly on commercial equipment.

INM 2225
Air Distribution/Load Calc
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This course covers heating and cooling load calculations needed to determine equipment size, airflow requirements, duct sizing, construction and materials, and different duct system types.

INM 2230
Recovery & EPA Tech Cert
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This course covers proper use and operation of refrigerant recovery equipment with an emphasis on taking the EPA technician certification exam.

Term Total
8.5
Program Total
17.5


We recommend that you contact an advisor before enrolling in any degree, certificate, or transfer program to ensure all requirements are met including total hours associated with transfer courses.

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