Electrical Engineering and Refrigeration Careers
This course is designed to give students a background in Industrial Engineering and the commercial service fields. Students will receive hands-on training in Advanced Electronics, HVAC and refrigeration, motors and controls, as well as trouble shooting techniques and marketable job skills. Students will complete OSHA 30 certification and some students will have the opportunity to receive their Refrigerant Handler's Certificate through a test administered by an outside company. Job shadowing in a related field will be required. Graduates from this class have gone on to work as linemen, journeyman electricians, HVAC/R technicians, engineers and other highly skilled professionals.
One year; 3 period class, 1.5 credits per semester. Monday through Friday: 12:00 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.
Credits: Third Year Math (up to 1.0), Lab Science (up to 1.0) and/or Occupational Credits
Open Enrollment. Open to students in grades 10, 11, and 12.
- Students may earn college credit (with a grade of ''B'' or better).
- Tied in closely with SkillsUSA, this class has had numerous stat champions and more than 50 national participants.