Kentucky HVAC Certification and License

HVAC Training Kentucky

HVAC Training Kentucky

HVAC Training in Kentucky

Federal law requires techs to be EPA 608 Certified.

 

Kentucky HVAC Tech Certifications:

Kentucky requires the following Tech Certifications:

  • Limited Journeyman HVAC Duct Mechanic
  • Limited Journeyman HVAC Installer Mechanic
  • Journeyman HVAC Mechanic
  • Master HVAC Contractor

Steps to get a Journeyman license:

  1. Obtain an application from the testing  organization ICC:  http://www.iccsafe.org/Accreditation/Bulletins/CO_KY.pdf
  2. Application fee is $50.00.  Journeymen must have two years or 3000 hours of experience.  The test is open book, 50 to 60 questions and takes 3 hours.
  3. Obtain study materials and take an exam prep short course if possible.  International Fuel Gas Code, 2006; International Mechanical Code, 2006; NFPA 70 – National Electrical Code, 2005; Modern Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, 18th Edition – 2004; Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology, 5th Edition
  4. Schedule your exam with ICC.  Exam fee is $100.00

 

Steps to get a Master HVAC Contractor license:

  1. Obtain the application listed above
  2. Application fee is $250.  Master must have 2 years experience.  Two tests are required.  The trade test is open book, 100 questions and 4 hours.  The business and law test is 1 ½ hours 30 questions.
  3. Obtain study materials and take an exam prep short course if possible.  Kentucky
    Contractors Business and Law
    , 5th Edition, International Fuel Gas Code, 2006; International Mechanical
    Code
    , 2006; NFPA 70 – National Electrical Code, 2005; Modern Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, 18th Edition – 2004; Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology, 5th Edition
  4. Schedule your exam with ICC.  Exam fee is  $100.00 for the trade exam and $60.00 for the business law exam.