Home Inspection for Air Conditioning and Heat Pumps BLDG 9311


Our Home Inspection for Air Conditioning and Heat Pumps course – offered in partnership with Carson Dunlop – teaches you about the basic components of operation for air conditioning systems (such as compressors, condensers and refrigerator lines) and heat pump systems. Also learn about how systems fail, the co-efficient of performance and geothermal efficiency.

This course is recognized by the Ontario Association of Home Inspectors (OAHI) as an accredited home inspection course and meets part of the requirements for becoming a registered home inspector (RHI).


Course Delivery Method:

This is an online course delivered by Carson Dunlop through the Carson Dunlop School of Home Inspection, an interactive eLearning platform. This course consists of a combination of recorded videos, case studies and interactive exercises. Each week, you will be required to view the presentation, complete one or more assignments and complete an assessment. Instructional support will be available online.

Additional Information

Disclaimer: The RHI designation is awarded by the OAHI. The information provided here does not represent the extent of the requirements for the RHI designation. The requirements are set by the OAHI, not George Brown College, so you must follow the process listed on the OAHI website and meet the requirements applicable to you to achieve the RHI designation. OAHI policies are subject to change without notice, and George Brown College is not responsible for any information errors or inaccuracies that result from a change in OAHI policy. For more information about the RHI designation, visit the OAHI website.

Hours and Fees




$534, includes a non-refundable materials fee of $300 [online materials and exam]

Course Sections

Delivery Method: Self-directed Online
Delivery Method: Self-directed Online
Technology Department
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