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NATE Recertification

Continuing Education Hours/CE Hours

NATE requires that every NATE-certified technician continues their education and remains up to date to certified standards.


° Each technician must recertify every two years to maintain their certified status °

° Proof of 16 continuing education hours must be submitted with the renewal application and renewal fee paid directly to NATE °

° HVACRedu.net makes this process simple. With our NATE recognized online classes, this requirement can be met with little trouble °


How Does The Program Work?

 

  • Every course is ONLINE, taken at your own pace.
  • Choose a course that interests you. NATE does not require you to take a specific subject.
  • Successfully complete and pass the course online.
  • HVACRedu.net issues your course completion certificate satisfying the CE Hour requirement.
  • Each of the CE Hour series of courses is valid for at least 16 CE Hours and exceeds the minimum  NATE CE Hour standard of 16 hours.
  • After payment your username and password are sent to your immediatly.
  • The NATE Certificate of Completion is issued upon successfully passing the course.
  • Online Faculty is available to the student during business hours.

Choose From These 4 Courses

1 - Electrical AC Theory

A continuation of the Electrical 111 course, concepts presented focus on alternating current production and application to devices utilized in HVACR systems.  Topics include magnetism, alternating current, two types of loads, capacitors, and values of load devices and their calculations, and transformers. Instruction aligns with ANSI/ACCA Quality Installation & Maintenance Standards. Also the ESCO Electrical Theory and Application e-book is included in the course.

This course is recognized for 18 hours of continuing education (CEHs) applicable to NATE recertification.  

The Six modules Cover:

  • Magnetism
  • Alternating current
  • Loads, Resistive and Inductive
  • Capacitors
  • Resistance
  • Transformers

2 - GeoThermal Heat Pump

You will gain an introduction to geothermal heat pumps as one of the most efficient heating and cooling technologies available today.  The course focuses on geothermal (water source) heat pumps utilized for residential and light commercial applications.  Recommended Prerequisites: you will want to have a strong working knowledge of basic HVACR fundamentals and a good understanding of the refrigeration cycle prior to enrollment into this advanced course.

This course is recognized for 18 hours of continuing education (CEHs) applicable to NATE recertification

The Six Modules Cover: 

  • Introduction to Geothermal Heat Pumps
  • Geothermal Heat Pump Mechanics
  • Ground-Water (Open-Loop) Systems
  • Closed-Loop Systems
  • Equipment Selection Criteria and Economics
  • Installation Setup, Startup, and Troubleshooting

3 - Refrigeration

Refrigeration 141 provides a thorough examination of the refrigeration cycle as it is applied to both air conditioning and refrigeration purposes, and presents a practical and systematic method to diagnose problems in the refrigeration cycle. 

 

If you understand the parameters governing the operation of the refrigeration cycle, you will be able to diagnose any piece of equipment.

 

The six modules cover: 

  • Basic Refrigeration Cycle Physics 
  • Condensation and Condensers 
  • Expansion and Metering Devices 
  • Evaporation and Evaporators 
  • Compression and Compressors 
  • Measure the Normal Cycle

4 - Gas Heating

This course provides knowledge and skills required to become a highly skilled technician who will install, maintain, and repair residential and small commercial Gas Heat Systems. 

 

We explore all the mechanical, electrical, and accessory devices commonly found in the modern Gas Heating Systems. With this knowledge, you will build troubleshooting skills and identify applicable codes as they pertain to the installation and use of these systems. 
 

The six modules cover:  

  • Fuel Gas Composition
  • Pressure Regulators, Burners, and Heat Exchangers 
  • Standing Pilot Systems
  • Electronic Ignition
  • High Efficiency Furnaces
  • Troubleshooting Gas Burner Systems

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