Overview - 2021/2022
Summers in Ontario are sweltering, humid, hot. For many people, air-conditioning isn’t a luxury, it’s a necessity for health and quality of life. It’s also an in-demand career option as summers will continue to get hotter and hotter.
So, if you work well with your hands and want to graduate with skills that will help you go straight into the workforce, Fanshawe’s Residential Air Conditioning Systems Mechanic program will prepare you for an in-demand job with practical skills and technical know-how. You’ll emerge knowing how to plan, prepare and lay out residential air conditioning systems and make sure they’re operating and functioning properly.
You’ll also work on installing and connecting pipes to convey all types of cooling refrigerant to buildings, and you’ll learn to maintain, service, test, repair and replace system components and accessories. You’ll learn about everything from electronics to knowing how to read blueprints. You’re ready to work and want to combine training with earning power, and this apprenticeship program will mix workplace-based training under the direction of experienced workers with shorter lengths of classroom or online training.
Bringing comfort into people’s homes is a cool and in-demand career option.
More Information - 2021/2022
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2021/2022 academic year: Refer to the More Info tab to view offerings for the 2021/22 academic year. Canadian students can start applying in early October for programs with Sep. 2021, Jan. 2022 and May 2022 start dates through ontariocolleges.ca.
- Fanshawe's Community Employment Services has received federal funding to provide the Career Launcher program in London, Simcoe, St. Thomas and Aylmer, Ontario.
- Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Fanshawe College has made the difficult decision to defer all fall 2020 convocation ceremonies.