Advanced HVAC

Take your HVAC skills to the next level in New England’s premier HVAC facility at Manchester Community College. Hands-on trainings for HVAC professionals in a state-of-the-art building with the latest residential and commercial equipment. 2-day training classes in both Advanced Air Systems and Hydronics Systems, Advanced HVAC Certificates, New Hampshire Gas License renewals and more!

Advanced HVAC
Certificate For College Credit

Complete your Advanced HVAC Certificate in less than one year!

• Adv. HVAC I

• Adv. Air Systems
• Adv. Hydronic Systems

• Adv. HVAC II

Receive Your
Advanced HVAC
*If taken consecutively.

2-Day Trainings For
HVAC Professionals

Trainings conducted by Jeff Gaumer,
who has more than 30 years of experience in the HVAC industry,
with 24 years exclusively in HVAC Test & Balance.

Air Systems

Identify and diagnose the many issues found within all HVAC Air Systems—to provide measured and proven results for your customers.

Hydronic Systems

Study theory and work with live operating Hot and Chilled Water Hydronic HVAC Systems to develop an in-depth understanding of test principles and procedures.

Upcoming Trainings

Advanced Hydronic Systems I – Principles & Procedures


Jan. 9 & 10 / 8am-5pm

Tour Our State-of-the-Art Facility

Built in 2017, the Susan D. Huard Advanced Technologies building is a living, learning facility with
hands-on residential and commercial labs. See for yourself...

NH Gas Licensing & Renewals

It’s time again to update your National Gas Code knowledge! These renewal seminars will satisfy the three hour continuing education requirements for licensed gas employees in New Hampshire.

Upcoming NH Gas Code Renewal Seminars

NCHV050M NH Gasfitters 3-hour NFPA 54 Continuing Education Seminar

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NCHV050M NH Gasfitters 3-hour NFPA 54 Continuing Education Seminar

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