2-Day EPA Certification Course
Do you need your EPA Certification?
RezCor / AAA Supply2451 Crystal Drive
Fort Myers, FL 33907-4331
The Federal Clean Air Act, Section 608, requires that persons who services, maintain, repair or dispose of appliances & equipment that contain regulated refrigerants be certified in proper refrigerant handling techniques. The EPA has also placed a sales restriction on refrigerants, limiting the sale of regulated refrigerants to certified technicians only.
Technicians who violate the Clean Air Act provisions may be fined, lose their certification & may be required to appear in Federal Court.
DAY ONE: JANUARY 18 | 9AM - 1PM | Review of required information targeted to assist in passing the required EPA examination. Please indicate at registration if you prefer course materials in English or Spanish.
DAY TWO: FEBRUARY 16 | 9AM - 1PM | Final review & exam.
Please bring a photo ID, calculator (not on a smartphone), and #2 pencil. If you are already EPA certified and need to test for a higher/Universal certification, please bring your current EPA licence to class as well.
Instructed by Robert Reck of
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Communicable diseases such as COVID-19 can be highly contagious viruses that pose inherent risks that cannot e fully eliminated regardless of care or precautions taken. As such, by participating in classes, meetings, or events hosted by SWFAA in any facility you hereby assert you do so voluntarily and that by participating you knowingly assume any and all risks related to COVID-19 or other communicable diseases.
Because member and attendee safety is our top priority, we're taking the following safety precautions:
- If you are sick, caring for an ill person, or may have recently been exposed to COVID-19 we ask that you stay home for self-quarantine.
- Social distancing
- Contactless temperature check before entering meeting room
- Plentiful sanitizer throughout space
- Masks may be required - Disposable masks available to attendees
- High touch surfaces sanitized frequently
- Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer often, especially after touching high traffic areas.
- Other measures, as appropriate