Preparation Correspondence Course for 3rd Class Chillers (with Cooling Towers) / Refrigeration Engineer's License Exam
This Preparation Correspondence Course prepares student to pass the National Association of Stationary Operating Engineer's 3rd Class Chiller Refrigeration National License Exam.
A Third-Class Chiller/Refrigeration Operating Engineer License is intended for a non-supervisory role in the Refrigeration Plant or a plant utilizing a Chiller/Chilled Water System as a Operator/Shift Engineer.
Once the student successfully completes this preparation course, the School will mail the license application to the student where the student will return the completed and signed license application for processing by the School. The School will arrange for the applicant to have a proctor supervise the license exam in their area.
Cooling_TowerThe fees for the Third-Class Chiller/Refrigeration Operating Engineer License are listed in the License Application, and engineers can apply for a reciprocal license as well, which is based on holding a license from recognized State, Municipal, Federal and Third-Party licensing entities.
The qualifications to sit for examination are: the student must have documented 6-months of experience in Chilled Water/Refrigeration Plant Operations.
The Preparation Correspondence Course for 3rd Class Chiller Refrigeration National License Exam covers the following outline and topics:
- Identification of various components of the refrigeration cycle
- Purpose of various components of the refrigeration cycle
- Identification of terminology in reference to refrigerants
- Identification & purpose of various components of a chilled water system
- Knowledge of the refrigeration cycle including the state of the refrigerant at various points in the cycle
- Knowledge of cooling tower general maintenance practices & prevention of water fouling.
- Identification of various electrical components to operate pumps & fans
- Knowledge of pump operation & identification of components
- Identification of absorption chillers
- Knowledge of federal requirements for refrigeration/chiller plant operators & technicians
This Preparation Correspondence Course prepares the student to pass the National Association of Stationary Operating Engineer's 3rd Class Chiller / Refrigeration Engineers exam.
You will need a Universal EPA Certificate before take the license examination.
The training is by distant learning in the format of a correspondence course by mail. The lessons and their quizzes are by open book and sent in modules by mail.
National license and license exam fee are not included.
Upon successful completion of course, the School will mail the license application to the student where the student will return the completed and signed license application for processing by the School. The School will arrange for the applicant to have a proctor supervise the license exam in their area.
Industrial Training School is a provider of correspondence courses to corporations, small businesses, universities, non-profits and government for their employees or sponsorships.
Average Hours of Completion: 120-Hours
You have one-year to complete the course. You can request a one-time 6-month extension with a $50 extension fee.
Course Degree of Difficulty -4 Stars
Tools Required: None
This is a flexible plan to meet your demanding schedule.
1 Star - Easiest to 5 Stars Most Difficult