The refrigerant regulations were revised to address HFCs, HFOs, allowable leak rates and expanded recordkeeping guidelines. So if this is your first time taking the exam or you need to retake a portion of the exam, take this class. New exam goes into effect August 31st!
This course is intended to satisfy EPA requirements for an approved level of instruction in the area of environmental protection. All maintenance personnel handling refrigerant must be certified through an EPA approved
There are four categories of technician certifications:
Type I-Person who maintain, service or repair small appliances must be certified as Type I technician.
Type II-Person, who maintain, service, repair or dispose of high or very high-pressure appliances, except small appliances and motor vehicle air condition systems, must be certified as Type II technician.
Type III-Person, who maintain, service, repair or dispose of low-pressure appliances must be certified as Type III technician.
Universal-Persons, who maintain, service or repair both low & high-pressure equipment, as well as small appliances, must be certified as Universal Technician.
The exam is included with course registration- Retake must have proof of previous course attendance.
$150 Member price
$185 Non Member price