The Plan


WORTH TRAINING is committed to helping you develop your skills as an HVAC Technician by providing relevant training for the ever-changing technology in the HVAC industry. Each training day is from 8:00 a.m. till 5:00 p.m. with a 1/2hr lunch break and 2 – 15 min coffee breaks.

These classes are designed around the everyday experience of an HVAC Service Technician. Once you’ve successfully completed the WORTH TRAINING classes you will have the confidence to troubleshoot and repair any piece of heating or ventilation equipment you find in a house and or light commercial applications.

Taking a minimum of 24 hours of classes will qualify you for financial subsidy/aid through CanSask Job Grants. Please call to discuss available classes for the grant. (The grant is only available for employees, not employers. Feel free to inquire)

So, check our calendar and sign up now to upgrade your skills with classes from WORTH TRAINING!

Copy and paste the link below to apply for a skills training grant through CanSask Job Grants. The earlier in the year you apply, the better the chances are you will receive monies.

The following topics and more are included in the many classes we have available and reflect all aspects of residential heating and ventilation, service and maintenance.

Controls. (Introduction to HVAC controls which includes t-stats, relays, contactors, valves, etc.)

Diagrams.  (Introduction to wiring diagrams, and how to use them to understand and troubleshoot equipment)

Duct Design.  (Measuring duct for retrofit applications, duct sizing and layout for a new house)

Electrical. (Learning how it works, about the panel, electrical safety, electrical terms and laws, and why it matters to know this stuff)

Meters and Tools.  (What meters and tools to use and how to use them, which include the Combustion Analyzer, in order to help you excel as a service technician)

Motors. (How the following motors work, and how to troubleshoot them.  Shaded pole, Split Phase, PSC, CSCR, ECM 2.0 series, the 3.0 series, and the X-13 series)

Service.  (Furnace, water heater, and HRV inspections, service, maintenance and repair)

Start-up.  (Initial Start-up steps for firing up new heating equipment)

Technicians.  (Technician responsibilities, etiquette, and expectations throughout the service call)

T.E.S.P. (Technicians will learn how to check to make sure they have adequate air flow by testing the static pressure of the furnace and duct.)

Troubleshooting.  (Learn troubleshooting skills to help you through work through the problem)

Our Fundamental HVAC Technicians Courses are an introduction to the world of HVAC Equipment Service and Maintenance and includes the following …

Introduction to Residential Heating Equipment

This is a 2 day course. This class is an introduction to the world of an HVAC Technician; what the boss expects of you, and what the customer expects of you. This class will introduce you to electricity, how it works, and how to follow it in a circuit. We will introduce you to multi-meters, manometers and how to use them. An introduction to relays, and controls and the assorted components in todays furnaces. We will teach you troubleshooting skills and take you through troubleshooting scenarios. We will teach you how to do basic ‘Start-ups’ on equipment and what a basic ‘Service Call’ looks like on an actual functioning furnace.

You will also learn about the different motors the HVAC industry uses from the shaded pole motor to the ECM motor and how to troubleshoot them. We will also learn how and why we use Combustion Analyzers and spend more time working on wiring diagrams and controls.

Introduction to Residential Cooling Equipment

This is a 2 day course. There is lots to learn. We will introduce you to the split system air conditioner; how to install it, and the theory of how it works. This class will help you understand how an A/C is wired, how to read the gauges, how to do basic service, and maintenance. You will learn Superheat and Subcooling. We will take apart a TX-Valve to learn how it works and how to troubleshoot it. You will also learn basic troubleshooting and maintenance skills and requirements.

You will learn when to put your gauges on and when not to. You will learn what your target superheat should be, or what your Subcooling should be. You will learn how to easily measure airflow by doing a T.E.S.P measurement and otherwise. You will also learn good install practices and have the chance to do some brazing if you need the practice. We will also walk through good install practices with nitrogen, micrometer, vac-pump, and more.

So, check the calendar and register for a Course that will add ‘Technical Skills’ to your Resume’!

Learning is for life.  Without learning, we grow not, we achieve not, and we conquer not.  So, learn with me, and let’s conquer real-world problems, making it a better place for everyone.

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