Kansas HVAC Continuing Education

Our courses have been approved by the Kansas Mechanical Trades Review Board.

Take the continuing education to renew your KS HVAC license today. All of our courses can be completed At Your Pace Online to help you meet the state's requirements to maintain your license. Once you finish your class you will have an official certificate of completion to save for your records.

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Kansas 3 Hour HVAC 2017 NEC Changes

3h course

This three-hour class on Changes to the 2017 NEC for HVAC Contractors and Mechanics provides a solid introduction to how the NEC is applied, a review of a few key changes to Chapter 3 - Wiring Methods and Materials, and every significant change to Chapter 4 - Equipment for General Use that directly relates to HVAC.

4.9
31 Reviews
$120

Kansas 12 Hour 2015 IMC & UMC Updates

12h course

This twelve hour course will cover significant changes to both the 2015 International Mechanical Code and 2015 Uniform Mechanical Code from the 2012 editions. Topics from the code changes include:

  • Chimneys and Vents;
  • Specific Appliances;
  • Boilers;
  • Water Heaters
  • Refrigeration;
  • Hydronic Piping;
  • And more!
4.9
25 Reviews
$89

Kansas 6 Hour 2015 UMC Updates

6h course

This 6 hour course for Kansas HVAC Contractors and Mechanics will cover the updates of the 2015 Uniform Mechanical Code. It can be completed conveniently, At Your Pace Online! Topics included are:

  • Ventilation
  • Exhuast Systems
  • Hydronics
  • Much More
5.0 22 Reviews
$89

Kansas 6 Hour 2015 IMC Updates

6h course

This 6 hour course for Kansas HVAC Contractors and Mechanics will cover the updates to Chapters 1 thru 15 of the 2015 International Mechanical Code. It can be completed conveniently, At Your Pace Online! Topics included are:

  • Chimneys and Vents
  • Refrigeration
  • Hydronic Piping
  • Ventilation
  • Duct Systems
  • Much More
4.7
54 Reviews
$49

Kansas 3 Hour HVAC OSHA Safety

3h course

This three-hour safety training online education class for HVAC Contractors/Mechanics is based on OSHA regulations as well as recommendations by NIOSH, the EPA, and safety experts from private and non-profit organizations. The class is designed to be taken along with 6 hours of code changes and an additional 3 hours in elective content on Changes to the 2017 NEC for HVAC, also available from AYPO, or it can be taken on its own.

4.8
24 Reviews
$89

Kansas 6 Hour 2012 UMC Review

6h course

This 6 hour course covers the significant changes to the 2012 UMC. Rather than look at the entire code book we will be focusing on the changes that were made to the 2009 edition in order to create the 2012 Uniform Mechanical Code.

As much as possible, discussion of the changes includes reference to the 2009 code (if there is one), the new language or important points, and an explanation of why the change was made. It is best if the student has a copy of the 2012 UMC while taking the class.

4.5
17 Reviews
$89

Kansas 6 Hour 2012 IMC Review

6h course

This 6-hour course has been designed to help a mechanical licensee meet their continuing education requirement for renewal. The course will review significant changes to the International Mechanical Code as it transitioned from the 2009 to 2012 edition.

As much as possible, discussion of the changes includes reference to the 2009 code (if there is one), the new language or important points, and an explanation of why the change was made. It is helpful if the student has a copy of the 2012 UMC while taking the class (but definitely not required!).

4.7
27 Reviews
$60

Kansas 4 Hour 2012 UMC Review: Chapters 1-8

4h course

This 4-hour course is approved by the Kansas Mechanical Trades Review Board. Our class on changes to the 2012 Uniform Mechanical Code covers every significant change in Chapters 1-8 in the 2012 UMC. Rather than try to look at the entire book, however, we'll mainly look at what changes were made to the 2009 edition of the UMC in order to create the newest UMC edition for 2012.

As much as possible, discussion of the changes includes reference to the 2009 code (if there is one), the new language or important points, and an explanation of why the change was made. It is best if the student has a copy of the 2012 UMC while taking the class.

4.3
15 Reviews
$49

Kansas 3 Hour 2012 IMC Updates: Chapters 1-5

3h course

This three hour course is approved by the Kansas Mechanical Trades Review Board and will review of the significant changes between the 2009 and 2012 IMC (International Mechanical Code).

This course includes:

  • History and Organization of the IMC
  • Significant Changes to Chapters 1-5
4.8
48 Reviews
$49

Kansas 3 Hour 2015 IMC Updates: Chapters 1-3 & 8-15

3h course

This 3-hour class presents every significant change to the 2015 International Mechanical Code in a wide range of Chapters of the code book that cover general regulations, appliances, refrigeration, and hydronic heating systems. The class is designed to be taken along with the 3-hour class on the other Chapters of the 2015 IMC or can be taken on its own.

$49

Kansas 3 Hour 2015 IMC Updates: Chapters 4-7

3h course

This 3-hour class presents every significant change to the 2015 International Mechanical Code in the four “core” Chapters of the code book on ventilation, exhaust systems, ducts, and combustion air. The class is designed to be taken along with the 3-hour class on the other Chapters of the 2015 IMC or can be taken on its own.



$49

Kansas 3 Hour 2015 UMC Chapters 1-4 & 6-10

3h course

This 3-hour class presents every significant change to the 2015 Uniform Mechanical Code in a wide range of Chapters of the code book that cover inspections and testing, general requirements, ducts and vents, appliances, and pressure vessels. The class is designed to be taken along with the 3-hour class on the other Chapters of the 2015 UMC or can be taken on its own.

$49

Kansas 3 Hour 2015 UMC Chapters 5 & 12

3h course

This 3-hour class presents every significant change to the 2015 Uniform Mechanical Code in two key Chapters on exhaust and hydronic heating systems. These are also the two Chapters that underwent the greatest number of changes during the 2012-2015 code review cycle. This class is designed to be taken along with the 3-hour class on the other Chapters of the 2015 UMC or can be taken on its own.



$49

Kansas 3 Hour 2012 IMC Updates: Chapters 5-11

3h course

This 3-hour course is approved by the Kansas Mechanical Trades Review Board and will review the significant changes between the 2009 and 2012 IMC (International Mechanical Code).

This course includes:

  • History and Organization of the IMC
  • Significant Changes to Chapters 5-11
4.4
8 Reviews
$36

Kansas 2 Hour 2012 UMC Review: Chapters 12-15

2h course

This 2 Hour course is approved by the Kansas Mechanical Trades Review Board. Our class on changes to the 2012 Uniform Mechanical Code covers every significant change in Chapters 12-15 in the 2012 UMC. Rather than try to look at the entire book, however, we'll mainly look at what changes were made to the 2009 edition of the UMC in order to create the newest UMC edition for 2012.

As much as possible, discussion of the changes includes reference to the 2009 code (if there is one), the new language or important points, and an explanation of why the change was made. It is best if the student has a copy of the 2012 UMC while taking the class.

5.0 6 Reviews
$36

Kansas 2 Hour 2012 UMC Review: Chapters 9-11

2h course

This 2 Hour course is approved by the Kansas Mechanical Trades Review Board. Our class on changes to the 2012 Uniform Mechanical Code covers every significant change in Chapters 9-11 in the 2012 UMC. Rather than try to look at the entire book, however, we'll mainly look at what changes were made to the 2009 edition of the UMC in order to create the newest UMC edition for 2012.

As much as possible, discussion of the changes includes reference to the 2009 code (if there is one), the new language or important points, and an explanation of why the change was made. It is best if the student has a copy of the 2012 UMC while taking the class.

4.5
8 Reviews

CE Requirements for a KS HVAC License

Mechanical Licensees in Kansas must obtain Continuing Education to renew their license and stay up-to-date with new codes & systems in the industry.

Since our courses are approved by the KS Mechanical Trades Review Board, they are accepted in the following jurisdictions.

Concordia Dodge City El Dorado
Emporia Gardner Garden City
Goodland Hays Hutchinson
Manhattan Newton Park City
Parsons Pittsburg Salina
Sedgwick County Topeka Wichita

 

 

 

 

 

*Note: Johnson County, the City of Lawrence, Arkansas City, and Miami County do NOT accept online education at this time.