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Mr. Justin Morgan


Justin Morgan joined the Lewis & Clark staff in August of 2021.  A proud graduate of Fort Zumwalt South, Mr. Morgan enlisted for a six-year stint in the Air Force where he was deployed overseas in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom.   After his honorable discharge, Mr. Morgan apprenticed and became a licensed HVAC residential/commercial mechanical journeyman contractor.  Mr. Morgan has extensive experience designing and building ducted/non-ducted systems and gas pipe layouts for new builds and rehabs.  His experience also includes troubleshooting residential and commercial HVAC systems, replacing/installing draft and high efficiency furnaces, installing residential split system and packaged air conditioning systems, producing Manual J calculations, iron piping work, sheet metal fabrication, and training apprentices.

Mr. Morgan enjoys spending time with his wife and four children.  He particularly enjoys spending time with his family at Lake of the Ozarks, hunting, fishing, and following Cardinals baseball and Blues hockey.

“In today's world, the work force is low on skilled trade technicians.  I am excited to be at Lewis & Clark - a one-of-a-kind learning center - teaching students to keep the next generation comfortably heated and cooled!”


  • 2 year program; 3 units of credit per year
    Prerequisite: Algebra
    This course will provide students with training in heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration to qualify them for employment as an apprentice or helper assistant to an A/C mechanic in service and/or installation of equipment.  Students will learn tool selection and use, tubing, piping, brazing, soldering and basics of vapor compression refrigeration, air conditioning and heating systems. Electric circuits and components, troubleshooting, basic sheet metal, customer relations, and preparation for the EPA exam will also be covered.
    Applicants should have a good mechanical aptitude and be able to understand both written and verbal instructions.  Students should be in good physical condition and free from respiratory problems. 
     EPA    HVAC EX   osha   skills