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Base and applied physics trainings


This HVAC course series delves deep into essential physics topics: flow rates, temperature, pressure, energy, power, enthalpy, and vapor calculations. Learn the physical theory of the founding themes of hot water heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems. Elevate your knowledge on Base and Applied Physics with this attainable online training.

Students and professionals these online courses provide you a comprehensive foundation in HVAC

Consolidate your knowledge to improve your skills in flow rates, temperature control, pressure, energy, power, and more. You will master essential principles for efficient HVAC design and operation, including hot water heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems.


Familiarize yourself with the Physics theme by consulting the following free lessons (but the topics are not mandatory for the start of your apprenticeship) :

Physics Level 1
Basic physics training

Physics Level 2
Advanced physics training

Physics Technical Base
Applied physics training

Frequently Asked Questions
HVAC Learning courses are developed by a team of teachers and professionals with 20 years expertise on the field and in the classrooms. You can learn at your own pace, for the price of a few coffees
Exercises are part of the courses, with the solution each time. At the end of the course you need to pass a test with 80% of good answers to qualify. An handbook is also provided to complete the training if necessary.
  • Understanding Flow Rates: Mastery of volume and mass flow rates, critical for designing efficient HVAC systems.
  • Water and Air Flow Calculations: Proficiency in calculating water and air flow rates, a fundamental skill for system design and maintenance.
  • Energy & Heat Principles: Grasping the concepts of energy and heat transfer, essential for efficient HVAC operation.
  • Enthalpy & Vapor Quantities: Understanding enthalpy in different HVAC processes and calculating vapor quantities for system optimization.
  • Air Conditioning Fundamentals: Gaining knowledge of air conditioning systems and their components.
  • Refrigeration System Basics: Understanding the fundamentals of refrigeration machines, vital in many HVAC applications.
HVAC Technician/Installer, Refrigeration Technician, HVAC Instructor or Trainer, Energy Auditor, HVAC student, DIY homeowner enthusiast, HVAC Designer or Draftsperson, HVAC Sales Representative, HVAC Engineer. These courses provide a comprehensive foundation in physics, equipping learners with the skills and knowledge needed to excel in settings industry.