Start your new Electrical career today. Find a school near you!
The Refrigeration School (RSI) has trained individuals to become professional, entry-level Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVAC/R) technicians since 1965. RSI has since expanded its training and now offers multiple career-focused training opportunities. RSI’s instructors are experienced industry professionals. RSI’s training programs are designed based on industry feedback to meet employers’ needs. RSI promotes a student-centric learning environment to support the learner who desires to put forth a great deal of effort to achieve his or her desired professional goals.
The RSI campus which is easily accessible from all parts of the Phoenix metropolitan area, includes two buildings with 21,000 square feet of classroom, lab, and support service facilities. An additional 5,400 square feet of outdoor shop area brings the total to over 26,000 square feet of training facilities.
We at RSI want to ensure that your education experience is a rewarding one. Please note that RSI offers ample support to all its students. We wish you the best in achieving your educational and professional goals.
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.
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.
The Refrigeration School is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges.
Accredited School, ACCSC. Licensed by the Arizona State Board for Private Post Secondary Education. The AOS/MME program is the Associate of Occupational Studies in Mechanical Maintenance Engineering degree program and is not an academic degree. For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who complete our programs, and other important information, please visit our website at: http://www.refrigerationschool.com/about-rsi/regulatory-information/.
4210 E Washington Street