COURSE: HVAC/R Technician (Voucher Included)
Start Your Career in HVACR
HVACR is one of the most constant industries for new jobs, so there’s no better time to join. This course will prepare you for an entry-level role in the HVAC/R field. You’ll understand the basic requirements needed to earn a “work ready” certificate and start an apprenticeship.
Registration and Enrollment: This course is 100% online. Start anytime.
Questions? Call (855) 520-6806
Job Outlook for HVACR Technicians
- According the Bureau of Labor Statistics the employment of HVAC/R technicians is expected to grow 13% during the next few years, which equals 46,300 new jobs.
- The BLS also states that the average salary for these developers is just under $49,000 per year with top earners making nearly $78,000.
HVACR Technician FAQs
What Does an HVACR Technician Do?
Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVACR) technicians, also called installers or mechanics, work on the systems that control the temperature, humidity, and quality of the air in our homes, workplaces, and all other types of buildings.
How Do I Become an HVACR Technician?
To become an HVACR technician, you will first have to work as an apprentice under a licensed technician for up to 2,000 hours. However, apprenticeships are competitive, so having formal training and a “work ready” certificate significantly improve your chances of success.
Does This Course Prepare Me for Work Ready Certificates?
Yes. This HVACR Technician Certification course will prepare you for entry-level work ready certificates:
- HVAC Excellence “Employment Ready” Certificate
- NATE “Ready to Work” Certificate
Are Work Ready Certificates Worth It?
Yes. For job seekers just entering the HVACR field, a work ready certificates show prospective employers that you have a fundamental understanding of HVACR systems, maintenance and troubleshooting.
- Understand basic components of the vapor-compression and refrigeration cycles, functions and characteristics of system refrigerants, piping operations
- Learn proper installation and operation of HVAC systems
- Understand EPA laws related to safe handling and transport of refrigerants
- Proper recovery, recycling, and retrofitting of refrigerants
Prerequisites and Requirements
This course is designed for students with little-to-no background in HVACR, so are no prerequisites to take this course. However, we recommend having a high school diploma or GED.