The Refrigeration School

Programs

Electro-Mechanical Technologies

Electro-Mechanical Technologies at The Refrigeration School

The Electro-Mechanical Technologies (EMT) program contains nine (9) courses, 38 weeks for day students or 58 weeks for evening students, and 36 semester credit hours. The objective of the EMT program is to train and prepare students for entry as service and maintenance technicians in jobs that utilize technologies employed in the fields of air conditioning (both heating and cooling), and refrigeration. Students completing this program should have an understanding of mechanical and electrical principles and will have practical exposure to diagnosing, servicing and repairing common types of problems in related equipment. Upon successful completion of this program, students will receive a Diploma.

Electrical Technologies

Electrical Technologies at The Refrigeration School

The objective of this 3-5 month* program is to train and prepare students for entry as new construction and maintenance electricians. Students learn to install and maintain electrical equipment for residential and commercial structures as well as read blueprints and create job estimates. Upon successful completion of the course, the student should have an understanding of electrical principles, the National Electric Code (NEC) and how these apply to common buildings and facilities. A student will also have practical exposure to installation techniques, diagnostics, service and repair of electrical systems.

Electrical Technologies Program at RSI:

  • Day and evening classes available
  • Offers program completion in just 3-5 months*
  • Incorporates real-world training with hands-on curriculum
  • Includes training in the National Electric Code (NEC)

Electrician Career Options:

  • Maintenance Electrician
  • New Construction Electrician
  • Power Plant Field Technician
*Length pertains to graduating in normal time

Locations

Source: Career School Now - The Refrigeration School

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