Since 1970, Lindsey-Cooper Refrigeration School has been a leader in the field of training service technicians for the HVAC/R industry.
Our students come from a variety of diverse backgrounds. Many have no knowledge of HVAC/R, some have very basic information, and some have hands on experience. Therefore, our students and teachers realize small class sizes are beneficial to their education. The school continues to maintain their class sizes to 15 students or less. The advancement in technology has greatly impacted the hvac and refrigeration industry. We continue to move forward with our course curriculum in order to meet these challenges. More advanced electrical control systems have increased the schools focus on the electrical issues involving hvac/r technicians. The hands on electrical trainers in the lab are designed to emphasize and teach the students electrical troubleshooting. This will enhance their ability to understand and progress with the changes taking place in the air-conditioning, heating and refrigeration field. UI design