In Connecticut, apprenticeship programs in the State of Connecticut are administered by the Department of Labor. Skilled consultants provide technical assistance, monitoring, and consulting services to qualified employers willing to take on the responsibilities and obligations of program sponsorship.
HVAC technicians are required to obtain ANY one of the licenses listed below:
– Limited Warm Air, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration System Journeyperson (D-2)
– Unlimited Heating, Piping, and Cooling Journeyperson (S-2)
– Limited Heating, Cooling, and Piping Journeyperson (S-4)
To get licensed for apprenticeship, visit the Connecticut Office of Apprenticeship website for registration forms.
To get licensed for journeyperson, ensure you’ve completed an apprenticeship program or equivalent work experience. If you met all prerequisites, you may apply to take the exam via PSIExams.
HVAC contractors are required to obtain ANY one of the licenses listed below:
– Limited Heating-Cooling Contractor (D-3)
– Limited Warm Air, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration System Contractor (D-1)
– Limited Heating, Cooling, and Piping Contractor (S-3)
– Unlimited Heating, Piping, and Cooling Contractor (S-1)
For Contractors, Connecticut offers 4 types of licenses:
– D-1 Unlimited
– D-3 Limited
– S-1 Unlimited & Piping
– S-3 Limited & Piping
To get licensed, ensure you’ve 2 years experience as a journeyperson or equivalent experience. If you meet all prerequisites, you may apply to take the exam via PSI together with the general Business exam.
Each of these licenses requires you to take and pass a written exam. The exam length varies depending on the license in question, and requires a passing score of 70%.
Note: Federal law requires EPA certification.
For more information, visit The Connecticut Department of Labor.