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What do you need to do to become an HVAC journymen in Maryland?

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Question by MaryAnn: What do you need to do to become an HVAC journymen in Maryland?
My husband has worked in the HVAC field for many years but never bothered to go through the process to get his jounymens. He recently filled out the paperwork and $ 10 fee to get his aprentice liscence (which apparently is needed to get your jounymens). Can anyone explain the process to me, specific to Maryland?
My husband does work for a liscenced HVAC company, so he can easily get the hours. He is also CFC certfied.

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Answer by myke_cyndy
well now you have to take a course in hvac due to the new epa codes involuing the freon that is used. also you have to be able to work in the feild with some company that will allow to work under one of there tech that can teach you . but the best thing is go to a school that has a hvac course or local college which would be a tech school

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  1. John D M B says:

    Division of Workforce Development

    Apprenticeship and Training –
    Apprenticeable Occupations by Occupational Title – HVAC/R Technician

    What is a HVAC/R Technician?
    Installs, service, and repair heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems in residential, commercial, industrial and/or institutional buildings.

    Qualifications/Requirements
    Should be a high school graduate or the equivalent (required for some programs).
    Applicants must be at least 18 years of age at the time of application.
    Applicants must be physically able to perform the work of the trade.
    Usually must provide tools of the trade as required by employer.
    Must obtain a Maryland Apprentice License from the State Board of HVACR Contractors by the completion of the first semester.

    Program
    During the term of your apprenticeship you will work on the job for a 4-year program with various contractors. In addition, you will attend related training classes, two nights per week. Wages start at a percentage of full journeyperson pay and increase in increments through graduation to full pay.

    Application Process
    Applications are accepted before classes begin in September. Classes usually end in April. Dates vary with sponsor.

    Link for this information

    http://www.dllr.state.md.us/labor/approcc/hvacrtech.htm

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    Doing Business in Maryland
    All inquiries regarding incorporation and the forms related to incorporating your business in Maryland should be directed to

    http://www.sos.state.md.us/.

    For general information and requirements of doing business in the state, visit

    http://www.maryland.gov/portal/server.pt?in_hi_userid=1333&space=CommunityPage&parentid=0&cached=false&control=SetCommunity&PageID=0&CommunityID=227&parentname=CommunityPage.

    Posted by Janet Pankow in Maryland | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack (0)
    Licensing Rules in Maryland

    General construction contractors don’t need a license to work in Maryland.

    Contractors do need a license to do electrical, plumbing, or HVACR contracting projects. HVACR licenses are awarded by the Maryland State Board of HVACR Contractors. The Board issues master, master restricted, limited contractor, and journeyman licenses. To get an application, contact:

    http://www.dllr.state.md.us/license/hvacr/hvacrintro.html.

    Exams are given by PSI Examination Services at http://www.psiexams.com/.

    Contractors must pass an exam to get a license. The master or limited contractor exam costs $ 132. The fee for the master restricted exam is $ 44 for one area (forced-air heating, hydronic heating, ventilation, air conditioning or refrigeration), and $ 88 for two or more areas. The journeyman exam costs $ 44. The master license costs $ 75, limited contractor costs $ 75, master restricted is $ 25-$ 75, and the journeyman license costs $ 20.

    Online instruction for HVAC

    http://www.ceformaryland.com/Maryland_air_conditioning.html

    Exam prep courses

    http://www.examprep.org/hvactraining.htm

    Good Luck and study hard

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