This course is designed to prepare students for the journeyman refrigeration examination by explaining general mechanical concepts, equations, maintenance regulations and the Florida Building Code.
This preparation course will cover a review of the principle topics for the journeyman refrigeration exam. The topics of discussion include refrigeration, ductworks, pipe systems, codes, filters and related content, as well as several practice tests for training purposes.
|General Knowledge||6||Sat & Sun|
|Piping||6||Sat & Sun|
|Systems & Sizing||6||Sat & Sun|
|Equipment||6||Sat & Sun|
|Maintenance||6||Sat & Sun|
|Plan Reading||6||Sat & Sun|
Participant must have at least three years of field experience in the trade or education equivalent or a combination of the two, but not more than one-half consisting of education equivalent. Seminar assumes that the student has a basic understanding of mechanical theory and trade knowledge.
|• Plan Reading 4Florida Building Code 2014 — Energy Conservation, Available at www.iccsafe.org (ISBN: 5681L14)|
|• Florida Building Code 2014 — Building, Available at www.iccsafe.org (ISBN: 5601L14)|
|• Florida Building Code 2014 — Mechanical, Available at www.iccsafe.org (ISBN: 5631L14)|
|• HVAC Basics for Contractors, 2nd Ed. Available at www.provbookstore.com (ISBN: 978-1-269-23865-6)|
|• Advanced Mechanical Study Guide, Available at www.provbookstore.com (ISBN: 978-1-269-09518-1)|
|• Intermediate Mechanical Study Guide. Available at www.provbookstore.com (ISBN: 978-1-269-09524-2)|