Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning (HVAC)
If you enjoy troubleshooting and working with your hands, a career as an HVAC technician is calling your name.
COM’s Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning (HVAC) program prepares students for a successful career as an HVAC technician and/or installer through hands-on training. HVAC technicians work with systems in commercial offices, industrial complexes, manufacturing plants, schools, hospitals, hotels, restaurants, construction and residential homes.
The program is noncredit and nontransferable and will prepare students for employment in a growing occupation. Each course combines classroom instruction with hands-on technical training, a critical part of building skills for this field.
Classes meet two nights per week to accommodate work schedules. Students completing this program receive an Occupational Skills Award, OSHA 10 General Industry Card and EPA credentials.
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Occupational summary for Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers
1,510 Annual Job Openings
4% Projected Growth
$50,590 yr Median Salary / $24.32 hr
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