HVAC Certification Training and Testing at Brownson
Get HVAC Certified at our On-Site Testing Center in Anaheim
HVAC Certification ensures the competence of HVAC professionals by measuring skills and knowledge and can be important when employers are looking to hire or promote and showcase a business’ advanced knowledge and expertise.
Brownson Technical School is proud to be a major training and testing center for ANY student or professional who wants to become certified as an HVAC professional or pursue advanced certification.
EPA/Section 608 Certification
EPA/Section 608 of the US Federal Clean Air Act requires all persons who work with regulated refrigerants to be certified. This Universal certification covers:
- Type I
- Type II
- Type III
HVAC Excellence Certification
Technicians with two or more years of documented field experience may opt to take these challenging, written certification exams that help validate their in-depth knowledge in discipline-specific areas.
At Brownson, we can help you with the preparation you need. Click here for more information on HVAC Excellence’s Employment Ready national certification.
HVAC Excellence covers:
- Electric/Gas/Oil Heat
- Air Conditioning (including Light Commercial)
- Light Commercial/Basic Refrigeration and Charging Procedures
- System Diagnostics & Troubleshooting
- Carbon Monoxide Safety
- Residential & Light Commercial Hydronic Heat
- Fuel Oil/Natural Gas Combustion
- …and more!
An advanced HVAC certification for professionals with 3 or more years of experience.
NATE Certification covers:
- Safety, Tools, Soft Skills
- Heat Transfer & Comfort
- Specialty content areas
- Testing, Adjusting and Balancing of Environmental Systems
- Building Systems Commissioning
- Technical Retro-Commissioning for Existing Buildings
- Sound Measurement and Vibration Measurement
- Building Enclosure Testing
- Fume Hood Testing
- Cleanroom Performance Testing
Invest in yourself and your future through certification! Being certified signifies that you have the technical skills and knowledge and have met the necessary requirements to install and service today’s complex HVACR systems effectively.
Whether you need EPA Section 608, NATE, or R-410A certification, or are seeking RSES SM, CM or CMS status, being certified proves your competency to your employers and your customers. Certification highlights your area of expertise and shows that you have the training needed to provide quality, professional service.
Through certification you will become a more valuable asset to your employer and your customer. Although most certification is voluntary, it will give you a competitive edge. By obtaining certification and achieving a higher standard of job performance, you will position yourself to move ahead in the industry.