EPA/CFC 608 Certification
Earn Your Universal HVAC Certification
If you work with refrigerant, buy it, check or charge A/C systems you must be certified.
This course is designed to provide associates with the knowledge necessary to pass the Federal EPA 608 exam. It has several sections which include Core, Type I, Type II, Type III, and a universal certification. Associates can pass any or all of the sections. If a passing score is achieved on all 4 sections, they will receive a Universal certification (now including the R-410a refrigerant). This certification is required by law for anyone that works on HVAC systems.
Mark’s teaching methods and simple to understand delivery of technical information give this class one of the highest success rates. Every technician should be certified!
Day 1 of class (September 5) will be the instructional portion of the class.
Day 2 (September 6) will be the testing portion of the class. All testing will take place in person regardless of virtual or in person registration. Testing begins at 9:00am at the AAMD office.
Who should attend?
Managers, Supervisors, Technicians, Aspiring Technicians, or anyone that wants to get certified or learn about working with refrigerant or on A/C systems should attend.
Presented by: Mark Cukro, Service Team Training
Mark is a leading resource in the field of service team development and brings to you all of the knowledge, skills, and resources necessary to promote personal and professional development. Through his exceptional leadership and industry-proven effectiveness, Mark has become a highly sought-after resource to train service departments and assist companies in creating a customized training program or university to achieve their goals.
In Person and Virtual Attendance Available
- $325 | Early Bird Pricing
- $425 | General Admission
- $525 | Non-member Pricing
*Does not qualify for Education Property Pass
Hybrid Seminar: What to Expect
Hybrid classes will have the option for members to attend in-person or virtually through Zoom. When registering for class, please be sure to select the correct ticket type for your preferred delivery method.
Students attending virtually will still have the option to ask questions live and interact with the instructor and class. Be sure to bring all your questions!
Virtual attendees will be required to have access to their microphones and have their cameras on for the duration of class.
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