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ANSI Accredited Apprentice Related Training Program

4 Year

About the Program

The Accredited Apprenticeship Training Program is the related training/educational component of registered apprenticeship programs. Employment and on-the-job-training are not included. All courses are scheduled and guided by qualified industry experts in a cohort setting; a group of students are enrolled in the same program course at the same time.  Courses are available on a revolving schedule so students may enter the program at the beginning of any course.

Our online program is very challenging because it is important that you learn everything you need to know in order to perform the job and to follow proper safety procedures.  We recommend that you login to your course at least 4 to 5 times per week to keep pace with the activities and assignments.  You will read, explore the online course resources, participate in online discussions, and take online exams at the end of each learning module.  The estimated study time is 5 to 6 hours per week for approximately 7 to 8 months for each year of the apprenticeship program.  Then you take a break until the next year’s courses begin.


  • This is the only online asynchronous  online, ANSI Accreditated apprenticeship related training program in the country.
  • Courses align with the US Department of Labor Apprenticeship Guidelines.
  • HVACRedu.net is a Registered Apprenticeship Training Provider.
  • You can enroll using the self-enrollment  button below or by scheduling an appointment with our student services team. Convienient no interest and no fee terms are available.

Online Courses Include

  • Online reading (similar to lecture notes)
  • Online course discussions led by the instructors
  • Textbook reading assignments
  • Online quizzes and exams
  • Streaming video, animations, web presentations
  • Competency check-off sheets


Students enrolled in this course are eligible to receive lifetime training updates via LIVE webinars.


The Online Experience

No traveling to a classroom or campus

  • No parking
  • No additional miles on your vehicle
  • No gas for your vehicle or time lost traveling
  • No worry about weather conditions or busy traffic

Flexible schedule

  • Login to your online course each week when you have time in your schedule.  You’ll need to devote enough time to work through the material and complete your courses, but your schedule is your own.
  • You don’t have to sacrifice your job, family, and other commitments
  • You can study from anywhere any time.  All you need is the Internet.
  • Take your studies with you when you go on vacation, or work from home, from the job, or from a public library

Highly Qualified online instructors

  • You will learn from highly qualified online instructors who are experts in the subjects they teach, and who have many years of work and teaching experience.


Cohort Group course learning environment

  • The online instructor guides online discussions and all the students post their responses for everyone to read.
  • Students get to know each other through their writing styles, exchange of ideas, and the picture each student loads into his/her profile.
  • This cohort group learning environment is  conducive for students of all levels.
  • Student Support- Our online students are never stranded or lost in their online studies.  We have a rich support system to respond to student questions and support the online learning experience.
  • Students can send an email to their online instructor and receive an answer to any questions about the course content within 1 business day-usually sooner.
  • We monitor student attendance and participation and reach out to any student who is “absent” or who is struggling with grades.
  • An instructor will conduct an orientation interview via phone and screen sharing software within the first 10 days to get new program students started on a path of success.

Online  Training

The online program is an academic CTE (Career Technical Education) model. Student support is provided by key student support groups. Student Support Services and Faculty Instructors.


For the Employer (if applicable to your situtation)

  • Employer notification of less than satisfactory performance
  • Reporting to employer on student progress
  • Structured sequential learning experience for youor employees
  • HVACRedu.net can assist with registering your apprenticeship program in your home state


For the Student

  • Registration into each section in the selected sequence
  • Issuance of Certificate of Completion upon successfully passing each section
  • Online Faculty- mentoring and technical topic assistance directly to the student
  • Business hour communications via email, chat, and phone


Training and Time Management

  • The online program model is called an ALN (Asynchronous Learning Network). The study is self-directed an ONLINE, done on your schedule at your time and place but must be diligently pursued to complete each course.
  • Instructors and students do not need to be online at the same time of day. A constant stream of communication and student participation is required throughout the cohort discussion environment.
  • The program is self-directed online with an enrollment period varying  per course.
  • Students are expected to actively participate in the same manner as a face-to-face classroom setting.


The best way of getting the look and feel of the program is to schedule a live demonstration with our student registrar team. 

Whats Covered In The Program
and Learning Objectives

Year 1 (150 Hours)

The apprentice will demonstrate new knowledge in the subjects of Basic Safety, Basic Math, Hand & Power Tools, Introduction to Applied Science, Energy Sources, Introduction to Code, Customer Service, Fuel Piping and Venting by earning an overall average score of 75% or higher in the combined year’s curriculum.


The apprentice will actively participate in the program’s discussion forums, as confirmed by the forum logs and discussion grades, by earning an overall average score of 75% or higher in the combined year’s curriculum.


Included Courses

Basic Safety (18 hours)
Basic Construction Math (12 hours)
Basic Hand and Power Tools (6 hours)
Intro to Applied Science (24 hours)
Energy Sources (12 hours)
Intro to Code (12 hours)
Customer Service (6 hours)
Fuel Piping (30 hours)
Venting (30 hours)



Year 2 (150 Hours)

The apprentice will demonstrate new knowledge in the subjects of Heat Loads, Indoor Air Quality, Electrical, Blueprints, and Appliance Installation; by earning an overall average score of 75% or higher in the combined year’s curriculum.


The apprentice will actively participate in the programs discussion forums, as confirmed by the forum logs and discussion grades, by earning an overall average score of 75% or higher in the combined year’s curriculum.


Included Courses

Intro to Blueprints (24 hours)
Appliance Installation (24 hours)
Heat Loads (24 hours)
Indoor Air Quality (18 hours)
Electrical I (24 hours)
Electrical II (36 hours)



Year 3 (156 Hours)

The apprentice will demonstrate new knowledge in the subjects of Basic Sheet Metal, Basic Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, Systems Air and Duct Sizing, Intro to Hydronic Systems, Intro to Service, and Basic Controls; by earning an overall average score of 75% or higher in the combined year’s curriculum.


The apprentice will actively participate in the programs discussion forums, as confirmed by the forum logs and discussion grades, by earning an overall average score of 75% or higher in the combined year’s curriculum.


Included Courses

Basic AC & Refrigeration (30 hours)
Systems Air Flow & Duct Sizing (30 hours)
Introduction to Hydronics (6 hours)
Introduction to Service (12 hours)
Basic Controls (36 hours)
Basic Sheet Metal (42 hours)



Year 4 (156 Hours)

The apprentice will demonstrate new knowledge in the subjects of Advanced Service, Systems Integration, Code Review, Project Management, Testing & Air Balance, and Control Strategies; by earning an overall average score of 80% or higher in the combined year’s curriculum.

The apprentice will actively participate in the programs discussion forums, as confirmed by the forum logs and discussion grades, by earning an overall average score of 80% or higher in the combined year’s curriculum.


Included Courses

Testing & Air Balance (12 hours)
Control Strategies (6 hours)
Advanced Air Conditioning & Heat Pump (42 hours)
Advanced Service (24 hours)
Systems Integration (12 hours)
Code Review (48 hours)
Project Management (12 hours)



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