MEMBERS ONLY: St. Louis County HVAC Journeyman Test Prep Classes
April 29 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
With occupancy constraints, we do expect this class to sell out. Please register as soon as possible; registration deadline April 23rd.
All payment must be received by April 23rd. To pay by credit card, please complete the form below; to pay by check, please email me your name and company and I will hold the seat until the 23rd and if payment is not received, your seat will be released and made available to those on the waiting list.
The first three sessions will cover all of the books and on the fourth night, each student will take a practice HVAC test.
Class Date: April 29th Class Time: 6p – 9p Thursday
Class Date: May 6th Class Time: 6p – 9p Thursday
Class Date: May 13th Class Time: 6p – 9p Thursday
Class Date: May 20th Class Time: 6p – 9p Thursday
Place: Affton White-Rogers Community Center, 9801 MacKenzie Rd, St. Louis, MO 63123
Cost: $225 per student
Food: You won’t go hungry! Dinner and snacks every night
- Temperatures will be taken
- Masks will be required
- Dinner will be individually boxed; students will receive a choice of dinner options prior to each class
- Each student must bring their individual set of books; we will not be able to accommodate two people to a table, therefore, book sharing will not be possible
Here’s a little class feedback:
“Hello Kellie, my name is Jim(James) Bishop with Hoffmann Brothers and I was in the test prep class in December. Well I just wanted to let you know that yesterday I passed my Pipefitter Journeyman Test on my first try. My test was postponed due to COVID in March and then again in May and I was finally able to take it yesterday in Columbia, MO. The prep class definitely helped a lot. Even though I took the test many months after the prep, the test taking strategies that we learned really worked. The preparation on just how to use the books to find information really stuck with me and helped tremendously. I just figured I’d let you know. Thanks to you and the instructors.” James Bishop, Hoffmann Brothers
“I am recommending this prep course to all newcomers. You all have an excellent grasp on navigational training.” Gregory M. Kehr Martin-Jetco
“The main objective of the class was to teach us how to use the books – job well done! This test would have seemed impossible without the class.”
“Great and exhausting.” Roger K King Heating & Cooling
“It was great overall. Exceeded my expectations, everyone was knowledgeable on the books and answered all questions promptly.” John G Vitt Heating & Cooling
“As good as you can get for an evening class. A little bit of a drive for me, but a definite must take class for anyone preparing to take this test. And the food was great. Thank you.” Brett T Brush’s HVAC