CFC Certification Classes
Local 99 provides classes which prepare students to test for CFC Certification
in Type I (Small Appliances), Type II (High Pressure and Very High Pressure Appliances),
Type III (Low Pressure Appliances), and Universal Certification (which encompasses Type I, II, and III).
The EPA requires engineers and maintenance professionals who work on refrigeration equipment
to become CFC certified. Those who do not become CFC certified risk heavy fines and employment
termination. This course includes three nights of preparation (three hours each night) and
one night of testing. A manual will be provided which covers the fundamentals of high- and low-pressure
systems. Testing at Local 99 is approved and graded by Esco Institute.
|For Class & Exam:
||Member: $100 payable to JAC|
||Non-member: $200 payable to JAC|
|For Exam Only:
||Member: $50 payable to JAC|
||Non-member: $100 payable to JAC|
|Total Cost includes Tuition and Books.|
The next CFC class offered meets May 7, May 15, and May 21, 2013. The test following that course will be held on
May 28, 2013. Classes are held 6 - 9 p.m.
at Local 99's Union Hall, 2461 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Washington DC. To
register, please contact Lisa Jordan at 202-337-0099, ext. 17. Please
provide payment at least three days prior to the start of class and/or exam.