We are climate change!
HVAC students learn to design, fabricate, install and maintain heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration systems.
In order to secure an entry-level position in the industry, students learn from skilled HVAC professional how to use emerging technologies and advanced equipment in the field.
Due to increasing global energy demands, job demand for trained HVAC technicians is high.
Students may receive certifications from EPA and OSHA.
Residential HVAC Technician
In-District High School Students – TUITION-FREE
In-District Adult Students – $2.50 per credit hour + supplies
Out-of-District Adult Students – $5.00 per credit hour + supplies
HVAC classes are rigorous and require some safety measures. The following are considerations prospective students should keep in mind:
- Reading, math, writing – 8th-grade level
- Pass safety test
- Decimals, fractions, and measurement
- Able to work in small, enclosed, dark places and several feet above ground with confined movement
- Working above head with arms lifted
- Working with chemicals
- Working with sharp objects/tools/various machines
- Able to work in extreme temperatures
- Commercial or residential setting
- Hard hat and safety glasses
- Long pants and steel-toed boots