Certified Air Duct Cleaning Technician (CADCT)
This course provides a comprehensive training program for those who wish to become a certified duct cleaning technician (CADCT). Our approach includes real-life scenarios and step-by-step explanations to teach you how to maintain and clean HVAC systems in homes or commercial buildings using specialized tools and techniques. You will learn how to remove dust, debris, and contaminants from air ducts to improve indoor air quality, as well as how to identify and fix issues with the HVAC system to improve its efficiency and performance.
Our unique learning approach includes practical examples to enhance your learning experience. Upon completion of the course, you will receive a CADCT certification, demonstrating your investment in the HVAC cleaning industry and your ability to provide a valuable service to customers.
If you’re interested in becoming a certified duct cleaning technician (CADCT), you’ll need to have a strong mechanical aptitude and attention to detail. As a CADCT, you’ll be responsible for maintaining and cleaning the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems in homes or commercial buildings. This includes using specialized tools and techniques to remove dust, debris, and other contaminants from the air ducts, ensuring that the indoor air quality is clean and healthy. You may also be responsible for identifying and fixing issues with the HVAC system, such as leaks, blockages, or other problems that can affect the system’s efficiency and performance.
As a CADCT technician, you can provide a valuable service to customers by professionally cleaning and maintaining their HVAC systems. By hiring a CADCT, customers can save time and avoid the hassle of working with an inexperienced company. Becoming a CADCT can be a rewarding career path, demonstrating your commitment and investment in the HVAC cleaning industry to customers.
Our CADCT course offers two flexible learning options to cater to learners with different levels of experience and needs:
- Comprehensive Learning Path: This path is suitable for those new to the field or individuals seeking to learn something new. It includes a comprehensive approach to learning, with a combination of real-life scenarios and step-by-step explanations. The course consists of 23 hours of material from our 43 lectures and 5 quizzes to assess your knowledge and reinforce important concepts. Our lectures provide both theoretical knowledge and practical application, with real-world examples to enhance understanding. By completing the full modules, you will gain a strong foundation in HVAC system cleaning and restoration.
- Exam-Only Path: This streamlined path is designed for experienced professionals or individuals already established in the industry. It allows you to showcase your existing expertise and skip the lengthy modules. Instead, you can directly take the exam to demonstrate your knowledge and skills in HVAC system cleaning and restoration.
Both learning paths ensure that you receive the necessary training and knowledge to succeed in the field of HVAC system cleaning and restoration.
By completing the CADCT course, you will gain the following knowledge and skills:
- Understand the importance of HVAC system cleaning and restoration for maintaining indoor air quality and occupant health.
- Identify the different components of an HVAC system and the potential sources of contamination within each component.
- Recognize the importance of proper personal protective equipment (PPE) and safety procedures for workers engaged in HVAC system cleaning and restoration.
- Understand the different levels of containment required for HVAC cleaning projects and the reasons why each level may be necessary.
- Identify the different types of engineering controls used in HVAC cleaning, such as negative pressure, air scrubbers, and HEPA filters.
- Understand the importance of proper disposal of HVAC system waste and debris and the potential environmental and health risks associated with improper disposal.
- Recognize the importance of regular HVAC system maintenance and filter replacement to prevent contamination and maintain system efficiency.
- Understand the role of documentation, including work plans, safety data sheets, and equipment maintenance records, in ensuring the safety and effectiveness of HVAC cleaning projects.
With 43 lectures, 5 quizzes, and 23 hours of material, our CADCT course equips you with the knowledge and skills necessary to excel in the field of HVAC system cleaning and restoration.