The HVAC/R Service Technician Training program consists of 900 clock hours of instruction and HVAC/R internship. Each of the subjects will be covered in theory and practical work.
Each course taught specializes in a field of study that prepares and develops the students’ understanding in the Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Trade. Competency-based performance – tested curricula ensures students will not only understand the technical information, but will also be able to perform all related skills.
Students that are using financial aid for tuition must complete their FAFSA application during pre-registration process at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
Tuition and tool funding options: Federal financial aid, worker retraining grants, WIA and Trade Act through Worksource, GI Bill® and Post 911, Tribal vouchers, Vocational Rehabilitation, and self- payments.