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Kansas HVAC Continuing Education

Take the continuing education to renew your KS HVAC license today. Our courses have been approved by the Kansas Mechanical Trades Review Board and can be completed At Your Pace Online to help you meet the state's requirements to maintain your license. Once you finish your course, you will have an official certificate of completion to save for your records, and we will report your hours to the state within 5 business days.

$120 TOP SELLER

12-Hour Renewal Package for Kansas

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Save with this 12-hour package for Kansas HVAC licensees! This package includes the following courses:

  • 2018 IMC Update Part 1
  • 2021 IMC Update Part 1
  • 2021 IMC Update Part 2

Course Approval #: 2023-055, 2023-059, 2023-083

4.5 18 Reviews
$49

KS 2021 IMC Update Part 1

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This course reviews and highlights essential Code requirements of the first five chapters of the International Mechanical Code (IMC). Included in the review are specific examples of the life safety systems relating to heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and exhaust systems. Changes from the previous version of the IMC are identified. This course has no prerequisites.

Course Approval #: 2023-059

4.6 131 Reviews
$82

KS 6-Hour Renewal Package for Kansas

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Save with this 6-hour package for Kansas HVAC licensees! This package includes the following courses:

  • 2021 IMC Update Part 1
  • Residential HVAC System Replacements

Course Approval #: 2024-006, 2024-005

4.5 8 Reviews
$49

KS 2018 IMC Part 1

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This course for Kansas HVAC technicians will review and highlight essential code requirements of the first five chapters in the 2018 International Mechanical Code. Included in the review will be specific examples of the life safety systems relating to heating, ventilation, air conditioning and exhaust systems. Changes from the previous version of the IMC will be highlighted in the question commentary where appropriate.

Course Approval #: 2023-055

4.6 67 Reviews
$49

KS 2021 IMC Update Part 2

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This KS-approved course highlights updates found in Sections 6-15 of the 2021 International Mechanical Code. Specific topics include duct systems, combustion air systems, chimneys and vents, fireplaces and solid fuel-burning equipment, boilers and water heaters, refrigeration systems, hydronic and fuel oil piping, and solar thermal systems.

Course Approval #: 2023-083

4.5 26 Reviews
$35

KS Residential HVAC/Mechanical System Replacements

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This course will review and highlight essential HVAC installation challenges with replacement systems. Included in the review will be specific examples of challenges related to heating, ventilation, air conditioning and exhaust systems, and best practices to overcome those challenges. This course will primarily concentrate on residential systems.

Course Approval #: 2023-060

4.6 87 Reviews

CE Requirements for a KS HVAC License

Mechanical licensees in most Kansas jurisdictions must obtain continuing education to renew their license and stay up-to-date with new codes & systems in the industry.

Our courses are approved by the Kansas Mechanical Trades Review Board, and they are accepted in the following jurisdictions.

  • Concordia: 12 hours required every 2 years; license renewal date is staggered.
  • Dodge City: 6 hours required every year; licenses expire on December 31, every year.
  • El Dorado: 12 hours required every 2 years; licenses expire on December 31, every odd year.
  • Emporia: 6 hours required every year; licenses expire on December 31, every year.
  • Garden City: 6 hours required every year; license renewal date is staggered.
  • Goodland: 12 hours required every 2 years; licenses expire on December 31, every even year.
  • Hays: 12 hours required every 2 years; licenses expire on December 31, every odd year.
  • Hugoton 6 hours required every year; licenses expire on January 1, every year.
  • Hutchinson: 6 hours required every year; licenses expire on December 31, every year.
  • Lawrence: 8 hours required every year; license renewal date is staggered.
  • Manhattan: 12 hours required every 2 years; license renewal date is staggered, every even year.
  • Newton: 12 hours required every 2 years; licenses expire on December 31, every year.
  • Park City: 6 hours required every year; licenses expire on December 31, every year.
  • Parsons: 6 hours required every year; licenses expire on December 31, every year.
  • Pittsburg: 6 hours required every year; licenses expire on December 31, every year.
  • Salina: 18 hours required every 3 years; license renewal date is staggered.
  • Sedgwick County: 12 hours required every 2 years; license renewal date is staggered.
  • Topeka: 6 hours required every year; licenses expire on December 14, every year.
  • Wichita: 12 hours required every 2 years; license renewal date is staggered.
  • Winfield: 12 hours required every 2 years; license renewal date is staggered, every even year.

*Note: Johnson County, Miami County, Arkansas City, Concordia, and Wellington do NOT accept online continuing education at this time.

State of Kansas HVAC License Renewal Deadlines

  • Licenses are issued at the city or county level, and your license expiration date will vary based on jurisdiction. Check with your organization to verify your license expiration date.