EPA Universal Certification in English-Online Program
While maintenance teams are instructed to only handle emergency work orders until the coronavirus danger subsides, while we must observe social distancing, you can still use this time to gain EPA608 Certification. Federal Regulations: The Federal Clean Air Act, Section 608, requires anyone who services or repairs appliances and equipment containing regulated refrigerants to be certified. The EPA also restricts the sale of refrigerants to certified technicians only.
Preparing for the Exam: Each session of this study course will be conducted virtually and students must have access to a computer for designated session times (video and audio capabilities are recommended for participation). There will also be homework and practice tests suggested between sessions.
Taking the Online Proctored Exam: After completion of the selected sections of the study course, participants will receive a link to schedule their exam. The exam will require credit card payment and access to a computer with audio and video capabilities.
The $85 exam fee will be paid directly to the ESCO Institute. Register NOW through Chadwell
Technicians who violate the Clean Air Act provisions may be fined, lose their certification, and may be required to appear in Federal Court.