You can now earn NATE Continuing Education Units or hours (CEUs) when you complete Interplay Learning HVAC courses.
This will help you gain the 16 CEU hours you need to re-certify every two years.
HVAC/R technicians with two or more years of HVAC/R experience can earn installation or service certification in one or more of the 21 specialty areas offered by NATE. Certification requires that the technician passes both the core exam and an installation or service exam for a specialty. But then, you need to earn 16 CEU hours every 2 years.
How to find the CEUs for each course:
From the Course Catalog page, click the course name. This will bring up the Course Description page. Here, you'll see a Continuing Education Units section which lists the NATE credentials that match the content of the course.
Once you complete the course:
The ‘My Dashboard’ screen shows you a growing list of all the Certificates of Completion you have earned.
If you click on a Certificate title, it appears as a pop-up. This will display the Specialties associated with that course, as well as the hours earned. You can download and print the Certificate when you want to send proof in to NATE for your re-certification.
More details about HVAC NATE approved courses:
We currently have 30 HVAC courses that have NATE CEUs that apply to all 21 of the NATE Specialties. Remember, each Course Description page lists the CEU’s, so you don’t have to memorize anything. We just wanted to show you how our HVAC curriculum can help you with the full spectrum of NATE Specialties.
|Video Courses||3D/VR Simulations|
|HVAC 100: HVAC Basics (NATE: Ready to Work)||HVAC 250: Residential A/C Troubleshooting|
|HVAC 101: Introduction to Refrigeration Systems"||HVAC 251: Gas Furnace Troubleshooting|
|HVAC 102: Temperature, Pressure, & Heat||HVAC 252: Gas Boiler Troubleshooting|
|HVAC 103: Basic Tools||HVAC 253: Commercial A/C Troubleshooting (3 Phase Compressor)|
|HVAC 104: Leak Check and Evacuation||HVAC 254: Heatpump Troubleshooting (Residential)|
|HVAC 105: Charging Part 1||HVAC 262: Rooftop Units|
|HVAC 106: Charging Part 2|
|HVAC 107: HVAC Safety Basics|
|HVAC 108: Evaporators and Condensers|
|HVAC 109: Metering Devices|
|HVAC 110: Compressors"|
|HVAC 201: Symbols and Wiring Diagrams"|
|HVAC 202: Thermostats and Heating Controls"|
|HVAC 204: Meters, Switches Loads & Circuits"|
|HVAC 205: HVAC Motors|
|HVAC 206: Contactors and Motor Starters|
|HVAC 207: Compressor Relays and Capacitors|
|HVAC 208: Troubleshooting Motors|
|HVAC 110: Intro to Heat Pumps|
|HVAC 112: Introduction to Chillers|
|HVAC 113: HVAC Maintenance|
|HVAC 220: Refrigeration System Accessories"|
|HVAC 222: Diagnosing Compressor Problems|
|HVAC 224: Diagnosing A/C Systems|
So, just remember that no matter what NATE certification you’re going for, completing our HVAC courses helps you get those hours that you need.
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