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Missouri HVAC Continuing Education

Our Missouri HVAC continuing education courses are approved by the county - Jefferson County and St. Louis County- to satisfy your continuing education requirements. Courses are accepted by the Jefferson County Licensing Authority or approved by the St. Louis Board of Examiners for Mechanical Licensing. 

All of our courses can be completed At Your Pace Online to help you meet the county'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.

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St. Louis County - 2018 IMC Update Part 1

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This course 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.

This course is approved by St. Louis County and may be accepted in other jurisdictions.

4.7 15 Reviews
$49

St. Louis County - 2018 IMC Update Part 2

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This course will review and highlight essential code requirements of chapters 6 through 15 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, duct work, refrigeration, specific appliances, solar systems, chimneys and venting. Changes from the previous version of the IMC will be highlighted in the commentary where appropriate.

This course is approved by St. Louis County and may be accepted in other jurisdictions.

4.8 13 Reviews
$49

Missouri 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.

This course is approved by St. Louis County and may be accepted in other jurisdictions.

4.8 16 Reviews
$49

Missouri 2021 IMC Update Part 2

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This MO-approved course covers 2021 International Mechanical Code updates found in Sections 6-15. 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.

This course is approved by St. Louis County and may be accepted in other jurisdictions.

4.6 10 Reviews
$25

St. Louis County - 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.

This course is approved by St. Louis County and may be accepted in other jurisdictions.

4.6 19 Reviews

Missouri HVAC CE & License Renewal Requirements

JEFFERSON COUNTY

Jefferson County Mechanical Contractors are required to complete 8 continuing education hours for renewal every three years.

Courses are accepted by the Jefferson County Licensing Authority.

 

ST. LOUIS COUNTY

In order to renew an HVAC/mechanical contractors license in St. Louis County, you must complete 24 hours (12 PEUs) of approved continuing education every 3 years.

  • 24 hours (12 PEUs) required every 3 years.
  • At least 6 hours must be core topics.

Course material is approved by the Board of Examiners for Mechanical Licensing.

 

State of Missouri HVAC License Renewal Deadlines

  • License expiration dates vary by jurisdiction
  • Jefferson County: Licenses must be renewed by December 31, every three years
  • St. Louis County: Licenses must be renewed before the license expiration date, every three years