Our HVAC program is based on the Level 1 HVAC (heating and air-conditioning systems) technology program through the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER). While our program is based on the NCCER Level I program, we will not be offering the credential at this time. However, with enough student interest, we can add the credential at any time.
Our program is offered over several semesters and is divided into three phases, with Phase 1 always beginning in fall semester. Phase 1 is an introduction and provides a foundation; Phase 2 provides an opportunity to earn the CFC Certification along with continuing to build the students skills; and finally, Phase 3 covers refrigerant recovery, along with completing the textbook modules.
Classes will resume in the fall of 2017 in building 8 at the Washington, NC campus of Beaufort County Community College.
Students may be allowed to enroll in various phases with proper documentation. This documentation would need to include any prior HVAC experience and will be reviewed by the instructor(s). Because each class builds upon the other, students may not be allowed to 'skip' phases without prior experience.
COST OF CLASSES
Registration fees will vary based on the total number of class hours.
Phase 1 is typically $181.25
Phase 2 and 3 are typically $126.25
Please call us to verify the fees of the class prior to registering.
Funding assistance may be available through your local NCWorks Center (formerly known as JobLink). For more information and an eligibility assessment, please contact your local NCWorks Center.
Pay in person at the front desk of building 8, by phone at the front desk at (252) 940-6375, by phone with the director at (252) 940-6262, or by mail to the information below.
Beaufort County Community College
Attn: Continuing Education Registration and Records Department
5337 U.S. Highway 264 East
Washington, NC 27889
BCCC accepts Visa, Master Card, and Discover credit cards.
Students must officially withdraw from class prior to the first class meeting to receive a full refund. Students must officially withdraw from class prior to the official 10% point to receive a 75% refund. Students who withdraw after the official 10% point will not receive a refund.
Registration fees for self-supporting classes are non-refundable once the class begins (contact Justin Rose with any refund questions).
Director of Industry Training
BCCC, Building 8, Room 808C