Automotive Air Conditioning Technician
HS Jrs, HS Srs, Adults
|•||Introduction to Automotive Service||75|
|•||Automotive Electrical/Electronics Introduction I||45|
|•||Automotive Heating and Air-Conditioning Introduction I||15|
|•||Automotive Electrical/Electronics Fundamentals II||90|
|•||Automotive Heating and Air Conditioning Fundamentals II||30|
|•||Automotive Electrical/Electronics Advanced III||105|
|•||Automotive Heating and Air Conditioning Advanced III||60|
Automotive Air Conditioning Technicians install and repair car and truck air-conditioners and service their components, such as compressors, condensers, and controls. These workers require special training in Federal and State regulations governing the handling and disposal of refrigerants.
If you are a high school student, please contact your high school counselor about enrollment. Prospective adult students should contact a Meridian career counselor for enrollment information.
Tuition is free for students enrolled in one of our district high schools. Students can attend during their junior and senior years or during their senior year and the year following graduation. Scholarships are available to qualified applicants who graduate from one of our district high schools if they enroll within two years of graduation. Adult tuition is based on the number of hours in the chosen career major. A Meridian career counselor will be able to provide more information.
* This major is not eligible for Federal Financial Aid.
In addition to certification from Meridian, students are eligible to take Automotive Service Excellence exams. For more information, please visit ASE’s Web site: www.ase.com
Career Readiness Certificate Levels: Applied Mathematics 3, Reading for Information 3, Locating Information 3