Tuition: $100 per session per attendee
Pre-Registration required no later than 2 weeks prior to scheduled start date.
Class size - maximum 25 per session.

This course teaches the fundamental and advance skills of troubleshooting electrical system problems in residential and light commercial HVAC systems. Technicians learn proven diagnostic techniques that they can apply immediately back on the job. Participants will gain both the skills and confidence to tackle any electrical system malfunction, with emphasis on a logical, systematic procedure for rapid discovery of failed component and root-cause determination. This class assumes a basic understanding of electrical theory and principles.

* Identify essential characteristics of an electrical circuit
* Distinguish various types and styles of wiring diagrams and their intended purpose
* Recognize electrical symbols and industry standards
* Read and interpret various wiring schematics and determine sequence of operation
* Define the function of various printed circuit boards
* Develop practical troubleshooting approach to isolate and correct electrical system malfunctions
* Develop safe electrical troubleshooting practices and procedures
* Perform root cause analysis to prevent repeat failures