NATE Certification Training

Everblue offers training for the NATE Core Service, NATE Air-to-Air Heat Pump, NATE Air Conditioning, and NATE Gas Furnace Service specialty certifications. All four courses are available in one on-demand webinar package!

  ONLINE
  BEGINNER LEVEL
  8 HOURS
what is NATE Certification training?
WHY HVAC TECHNICIANS GET NATE CERTIFIED

Create a Safer and Healthier Environment for All

Nationwide, there is a shortage of HVACR technicians. Worse, there is a more severe shortage of verifiably trained HVACR technicians. When it comes to homeowner health, safety, and comfort, being a certified HVAC technician (or having a certified HVAC technician on staff) can make all the difference.

Improve Your Knowledge

Demonstrate your knowledge in the ever-changing heating and cooling industry. NATE Certification is a trusted and marketable standard nationwide.

Start a New Career

Achieving an industry certification allows you to create a new career path if you've had no experience or to hone your existing HVAC skills.

Gain Credibility

A specialized credential on your resume is appealing to employers, prospective employers, and clients.
 
 

"Course did a great job focusing on the basics of all areas, and also highlighting important terms that would definitely be on the test which is the main reason people take the course. I felt it gave me a great foundation to the knowledge and definitely helped as a great starting point for my continued studying."

- Dylan Malbrough

HOW IT WORKS

How to Get NATE Certification

To become NATE Certified, you have to pass the Core Service exam and one specialty examination (such as Air-to-Air Heat Pump, Air Conditioning, or Gas Furnace). We include the training for all NATE exams in this package!
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1. Take Our Course

Our self-paced online program consists of several short video presentations. Simply follow along on your computer.
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2. Work Through the Practice Questions

To help reinforce course content, we've included practice questions to evaluate your comprehension of the course materials.
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3. Sign Up for the NATE Exams

After you've completed this training, you'll need to register and buy the official NATE Certification exams.
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Get 6 Months Access

NATE Certification allows you to certify your superior knowledge of residential, light commercial HVAC systems and refrigeration systems. The NATE exams represent real working knowledge of HVAC and HVAC/R systems, and candidates can earn installation, service, or senior certification in one or more specialty areas. Everblue's NATE Certification training series is the #1 training program designed to teach you what it takes to pass the NATE Certification exam. This intense program will teach you the ins and outs of HVAC technician excellence.
NATE Certification helps HVAC technicians

What You'll Learn

  • HVAC Basics
  • Installing Outdoor Units and Packaged Units
  • Startup and Checkout
  • Airflow Measurements
  • Planned Maintenance
  • State and Local Regulations and Codes
  • Design Considerations
  • Electrical Troubleshooting
  • Furnace Configurations
  • Combustion Process
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NATE Certification Training

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Program Highlights
Start Now & Access Self-Guided Content
Log In & Participate Any Time 24/7
Watch from a PC, Mac, or Mobile Device
8 Hours of Online NATE Training
Includes Downloadable Printed Resources
Includes Online Practice Questions
Access to Course Materials for 6 Months
Everblue Certificate of Completion
Instructions for how to register for the exam
 
 

"Bobby did a great job teaching the material. He knew the material and seemed like he really cared about us as individuals and wanted us to do well. I got a lot out of the course."

- Stephanie Sowers

FAQs

Quick Answers to Your NATE Questions

Who is this class intended for?

This class is intended for technicians specializing in heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and/or refrigeration.

Are the NATE exams included with the training?

No, you will need to find a local testing location by visiting NATE's website.

Is gaining a NATE Certification required to start in the industry?

No, you will want to have real-world experience first before attempting any of the NATE exams. The NATE tests represent real-world working knowledge of HVACR systems.

What's the difference between the three NATE specialty exams?

The NATE Air-to-Air Heat Pump training covers installation, service, maintenance, and repair of Air-to-Air Heat Pump systems. System sizes are limited to 30 tons or less cooling capacity.

The NATE Air Conditioning training covers installation, service, maintenance, and repair of Air-to-Air AC systems. System sizes are limited to 30 tons or less cooling capacity.

The NATE Gas Furnace training covers installation, service, maintenance, and repair of gas furnaces. System sizes are within 400,000 BTUs heating capacity.