Are you interested in a career in HVAC? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Nobody would argue that in the southeastern United States, especially in Florida, air conditioning is king. People would not live as far south as they do without a reliable air conditioner in today’s world. The population is growing and that means more AC units, which means more demand for techs. In 2018, the Bureau of Labor Statistics states that the HVAC industry is growing much faster than average nationally at 13% with 46,300 additional jobs added by 2028. Combine this with the fact that the average pay was more than $22.00 an hour and this looks and sounds like a solid opportunity.
Many essentials, like produce and medicine, wouldn’t be able to be shipped or stored without proper refrigeration. When a unit breaks, people depend on trained professionals to diagnose and repair their cool air.
When you attend the HVAC-R program at J-Tech, you’ll get hands-on training that is focused on understanding the different types of HVAC systems, logical diagnostic procedures, effective repair methods and so much more. By the end of the program you’ll be trained on all of the necessary areas that employers are looking for in their first-round picks of technicians and installers.
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The HVAC-R program is more than just learning HVAC systems design, operation, and optimal vent placement. You’ll learn the skills that employers are looking for including all of the technical knowledge you need and a base understanding of business acumen.
You’ll get hands-on training with each type of system; you will completely disassemble and reassemble the units so you know the inner workings of it instead of just throwing parts at it as a solution.
Upon graduating from the HVAC-R program, students are able to enter the industry as an entry-level HVAC-R technician in a number of different industries.
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