Everblue is an approved NATE Training Organization. NATE stands for North American Technician Excellence and is the nation’s largest certification organization for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) technicians. NATE is the only third-party certification body governed, owned, operated, developed, and supported by the HVAC industry.
Course Description: Everblue offers training for the NATE Core Service, NATE Air-to-Air Heat Pump, NATE Air Conditioning, and NATE Gas Furnace Service specialty certifications. All four courses are available in one on-demand webinar package!
Format: This 8-hour course is available as an on-demand webinar. The package includes the training for NATE Core Service, NATE Air-to-Air Heat Pump, NATE Air Conditioning, and NATE Gas Furnace certifications. Get four courses for the price of one! To complete their certification, students must go on to take exams for each portion of the training.
Audience: This course is ideal for technicians specializing in heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and/or refrigeration.
Price: $399 for this on-demand webinar. For information involving corporate training, group rates, or returning student discounts, please call 800-460-2575.
Course Materials: You will find the student workbook, video modules, practice exam questions, and certificate of completion in your online Everblue account. You will also find instructions for counting this course toward continuing education hours. You will gain access to these materials immediately upon registration and continue to have access for a full year from the time of purchase.
Testing: To become NATE Certified, one must pass the Core Service exam and one specialty examination (such as Air-to-Air Heat Pump, Air Conditioning, or Gas Furnace). To find a testing provider near you, please visit the NATE website.
|HVAC Basics||Installing Outdoor Units and Packaged Units|
|Start-up and Checkout||Airflow Measurements|
|Planned Maintenance||State and Local Regulations and Codes|
|Design Considerations||Electrical Troubleshooting|
|Furnace Configurations||Combustion Process|