Refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics work in a variety of settings including private residences, commercial buildings, large institutions and many kinds of industries. These specialized mechanics make, install, repair and service residential, commercial and industrial cooling and heating systems. Refrigeration and AC mechanics often work with complex piping and components, as well as sophisticated controls. They have to be knowledgeable in leak detection, performance testing and record keeping. As well as adept at manual skills and operating a wide range of tools and equipment in a variety of conditions.
Refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics are in high demand so graduating from this College of the North Atlantic program will help ensure that you’re ready to seize the opportunities in the work force.
The Refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics program combines theoretical studies in the classroom with practical hands on lab work. One of the many advantages of enrolling in a program with College of the North Atlantic is the small class sizes. Fewer students mean more access to the instructors, creating an ideal learning environment.