HVACR - Curriculum Aligned with NCCER

HVAC Technician Program


NCCER HVACR Level 1, published by Pearson, enables students to gain the valuable knowledge and skills they need to join the essential field of heating, ventilating, air conditioning and refrigeration industry. The COVID-19 pandemic served to elevate the importance of both air quality, and filtration as well as refrigeration systems to maintain our industries and day-to-day life. Never has the need for professional, well-trained workers in this field been greater.

NCCER’s HVACR program has been designed by highly qualified subject matter experts. The four levels present an apprentice approach to the HVACR field including theoretical and practical skills essential to your success as an HVACR technician.




New to this edition

  • A new, visually appealing design with hundreds of new photos
  • Basic Electricity now includes enhanced coverage of electrical safety and personal protective equipment
  • Basic Copper and Plastic Piping Practices now offers info additional instruction on refrigeration piping
  • Performance Tasks throughout the text reflect the latest job requirements using today’s cutting-edge equipment

About NCCER Curricula

NCCER is a not-for-profit 501( c)(3) education foundation established in 1996 by the world’s largest and most progressive construction companies and national construction associations. The NCCER Standardized Curricula was developed by NCCER in partnership with Pearson Education to establish consistent, standardized curriculum for the construction industry.

Some features of the NCCER Standardized Curricula are as follows:

  • An industry-proven record of success
  • Curricula developed by the industry, for the industry
  • National standardization providing portability of learned job skills and education credits
  • Well-illustrated, up-to-date, and practical information

NCCER also maintains the NCCER Registry, which provides transcripts, certificates, and wallet cards to individuals who have successfully completed a level of training within a craft in NCCER’s Curricula.


Discipline: Career & Technical Education

Copyright: 2022

Grade(s): 9 - 12

Delivery Method: Blended (Print & Digital)

Funding Sources: ESSER

HVACR Level 1, Sixth Edition

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