Brief Description of License:
This license allows the holder to perform refrigeration work subject to inspection under any law, ordinance, by-law, rule or regulation but does not employ other technicians or contractors.

Who should have one?
Anyone who performs refrigeration work having a capacity over 10 tons in the aggregate.

What are the prerequisites?
A person seeking a Refrigeration Technician License must:

1. Completed Application with proper mailing AND home address, social security number.
2. Copy of high school diploma or equivalency certification
3. Attached 1" x 1.25" photo
4. Non-refundable application processing fee ($75).
5. Provide a copy of your CFC Certification

AND

6. Provide documentation from employer that you have worked not less than 6,000 hours in Massachusetts as a refrigeration apprentice or trainee.
7. Provide documentation from an approved school that you have completed 100 hours of refrigeration theory AND 150 hours of related Massachusetts electrical code training

OR

6. Provide documentation from employer that you have worked not less than 4,000 hours in Massachusetts as an refrigeration apprentice or trainee.
7. Provide documentation from an approved school that you have completed 500 hours in a refrigeration course, of which 250 hours must be shop related work, 100 hours of refrigeration theory, and 100 hours of related Massachusetts electrical code training.

OR

6. Documentation from employer that you have worked not less than 2,000 hours in Massachusetts as a refrigeration apprentice or trainee.
7. Documentation from an approved school that you have completed 1000 hours in a refrigeration course, of which 700 hours must be shop related work, 100 hours of refrigeration theory, and 100 hours of related Massachusetts electrical code training.

OR

6. Approved by a majority vote of the Bureau

How is this license obtained?
You must make application and successfully pass a written exam.

Continue Education:

Schools Approved by the Department

Fees:

Application --- $75 (non-refundable processing fee)