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Kentucky HVAC Continuing Education

Our courses meet all the Continuing Education requirements set forth by the Kentucky Division of HVAC (Approval Number: HVACCEP-0087).

We are very happy to be the first and only provider to be approved to offer online Continuing Education for Journeyman and Master HVAC license holders in the state of Kentucky. Take the continuing education to renew your KY 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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Kentucky 6 Hour HVAC CE #3

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This course is intended for HVAC tradesman in the State of Kentucky who need to complete the license renewal process. It also contains 2 hours of safety training, using OSHA material, supplemented with NIOSH, EPA, and industry safety guidelines to create a common sense guide to having a safer workplace for HVAC tradesmen.

4.5 2827 Reviews
$75

Kentucky 6 Hour 2018 IMC HVAC CE

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The Kentucky 6 Hour 2018 IMC HVAC CE Course has everything a Kentucky-licensed HVAC professional needs to stay up to date on changes in the IMC. This course will provide you with 6 hours of instruction towards the 8 hours of continuing education you need to renew your HVAC license for the year.

The material covers important changes made from the 2015 IMC to the 2018 edition. The last segment covers 2 hours of OSHA Safety Training for HVAC Contractors.

4.5 362 Reviews
$75

Kentucky 6 Hour 2015 IMC HVAC CE

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This Kentucky 6 Hour 2015 IMC HVAC CE Course is everything a Kentucky licensed HVAC professional needs to stay up to date on changes in the IMC, as well as state codes. This course will provide you with the full 6 hours of instruction you need to renew your HVAC license for the year.

The material covers important changes made from the 2012 IMC to the 2015 edition, and covers the changes made to the Kentucky Residential Code and the Kentucky Building Code. The last segment covers 2 hours of OSHA Safety Training for HVAC Contractors.

4.6 505 Reviews
$99

Kentucky Multi-Trade CE (6 Hours)

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This multi-trade course is approved for 6 hours of continuing education. The course is composed of three free-standing classes that work together to provide educate in:

  • Safety (2 hours)
  • Business Management (2 hours)
  • Code Compliance (2 hours)

 

This course is perfect for those licensed in more than one trade. Whether you are an Electrical Contractor, an HVAC license holder or a Plumbing license holder, you can take this course At Your Pace Online!

4.5 1067 Reviews
$55

Kentucky 4 Hour HVAC CE Course B

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Course B examines two main topics: regulations established by OSHA and how they affect HVAC tradesman and business contacts including how they are formed, clauses that are commonly included, and remedies for breaches of contract. This course will provide HVAC tradesman in Kentucky with 4 of the education hours necessary to renew a license.

4.4 103 Reviews
$55

Kentucky 4 Hour HVAC CE Course D

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Course D contains 4 hours of training on liability and management of risk. This course is intended for HVAC tradesman in the State of Kentucky who need to complete the license renewal process.

4.6 102 Reviews
$55

Kentucky 4 Hour 2015 IMC HVAC CE

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This Kentucky 4 Hour 2015 IMC HVAC CE Course is everything a Kentucky licensed HVAC professional needs to stay up to date on changes in the IMC, as well as state codes. This course will provide you with 4 hours of instruction towards the 6 hours you need to renew your HVAC license for the year.

The material covers important changes made from the 2012 IMC to the 2015 edition, and then relates the changes made to the Kentucky Residential Code and the Kentucky Building Code.

4.7 48 Reviews
$55

Kentucky 4 Hour 2018 IMC HVAC CE

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The Kentucky 4 Hour 2018 IMC HVAC CE Course has everything a Kentucky-licensed HVAC professional needs to stay up to date on changes in the IMC. This course will provide you with 4 hours of instruction towards the 8 hours of continuing education you need to renew your HVAC license for the year.

The material covers important changes made from the 2015 IMC to the 2018 edition to Chapters 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, and 14. 

4.3 29 Reviews
$49

KY 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.

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KY Residential HVAC 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.

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CE Requirements to Renew a KY Master and Journeyman HVAC License

New continuing education requirements as of January 4, 2019

  • In the state of Kentucky, HVAC licensees are required to have 6 total hours of continuing education.
  • Once you finish your CE, you need to send in your renewal form (which indicates that you have completed your CE) by the last day of your birth month. So if you were born in January, you need to have your CE completed and your renewal form submitted by January 31 each year.

Per state code, your HVAC CE hours need to focus on one or more of the following:

  • Business
  • Job safety
  • Codes relating to HVAC
  • Subject matter directly relating to the HVAC trade

 

Here in Kentucky, when you earn your HVAC license, you can choose to become either a journeyman or a master. Master HVAC licensees have more independence because journeyman HVAC mechanics have to work under a master’s supervision. But the master license comes with more work, including a longer, more involved exam.

Ultimately, whichever license type you choose, you need to stay on top of the requirements to maintain your license as described above.

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