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Air Conditioning, Refridgeration, and Heating Technology Certificate Program - UnionSee Details
Our collective concerns about the future health of the environment are at the heart of today’s dynamic Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Technology industry, driving progressive changes through planning and implementation. The shift away from some of the more conventional HVAC systems still used in older residences and commercial buildings has been dramatic and continues to evolve. Newer systems focus on renewable energy sources, energy efficiency, and creating comfortable indoor environments.
One of the primary objectives of the HVAC curriculum is to introduce students to Green Technology concepts as they apply to HVAC systems. Students are prepared to confidently enter this vibrant field possessing fundamental skills required to service, troubleshoot, and repair commercial and residential indoor HVAC air management systems. Students also learn proper refrigerant recovery and recycling techniques, and are encouraged to complete Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) certification testing.
Upon completion of this program, graduates can expect to meet the essential entry-level skills and knowledge required of an HVAC technician. With additional experience graduates may pursue opportunities allowing them to work independently, without direct supervision, supervise crews or teams of other technicians, or start their own business. Graduates may also choose to specialize in one or more specific areas of the HVAC market including refrigeration, air conditioning, and heating. Students will be required to complete out-of-class assignments in each course.View on provider's website
Automotive Mechanics Certificate Program - UnionSee Details
Provide the graduate with the entry-level knowledge and skills required to correctly test, replace, repair and adjust automobile: basic gasoline engines, electrical charging, starting and lighting systems, brake, steering, suspension, air conditioning, and electrical accessory systems. Upon completion of the program, graduates will be qualified for entry into the automotive service career field as a mechanic capable of performing most common service operations in the systems listed and with supervision may perform more complex tasks. Students will be required to complete out-of-class assignments in each course.View on provider's website
Automotive Technology Certificate Program - UnionSee Details
Provide the graduate with the entry-level knowledge and skills required to correctly test, diagnose, replace, repair and adjust as necessary the components of the mechanical, electronic, hydraulic, and accessories systems on current automobiles. Upon completion of this program, the graduates will be qualified for entry into the automotive service career field as a technician capable of analysis, problem solving, performing most common ser¬vice operations and under supervision, more specialized or involved tasks with a dealer, inde¬pendent shop or other service outlet. Students will be required to complete out-of-class assignments in each course.View on provider's website
Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician
Electrical and Electronic Systems Technology Certificate Program - UnionSee Details
This program is designed to provide the essential skills and knowledge for the installation, troubleshooting, repair, and maintenance of commercial and residential entertainment, security, monitoring, and telecommunications systems. Students learn to install cable support structures; laying out and preparing pathways for wiring and cables; installing, securing, testing, and termination of wiring and cables both copper and fiber optic; program digital components and access controls to perform their designated tasks; install and set up media management systems; and perform system commissioning and user training of audio, video, and data systems. The program also prepares students on the essential skills and knowledge needed for entry-level residential electrician work. Students will train on the installation, service and maintenance areas of the residential electrical industry.
Upon completion of this program, graduates can meet the minimum requirements needed to be qualified as an entry-level technician in the residential and/or commercial telecommunications, fire alarm, intrusion detection, signaling, entertainment, audio/video/data, and energy management systems. Student can also qualify as entry-level residential electrician’s apprentice.
NJ Electrical License - The State of NJ requires applicants for examination for a license as an electrical contractor shall present proof to the Board that the applicant has worked in the field of electrical contracting for a least five years immediately preceding the date of application. The applicant shall submit a certification by an employer establishing that the applicant has at least five years of practical hands on experience. Students will be required to complete out-of-class assignments in each course.View on provider's website
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Union, NJ 07083