Heating Ventilating Air Conditioning (HVAC)

Acquiring the basic technical skills required in the HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) service industry can be a student's ticket to joining others who have successfully entered this challenging and rewarding career. Examples of program modules include, but are not limited to: electricity for HVAC and controls, heating systems, principles of A/C, refrigeration, EPA preparation, green technology, troubleshooting, employability and job search assistance.

Program starting:           Fall of 2018

Class times:                           Mon – Thur 8AM - 2PM

Course costs are based on the 2017-2018 school year and are subject to change.

      Total Cost:                            $8,766
        Tuition & Fees:                    $7,200
        Books & Supplies:               $1,491
        WorkKeys Assessment:      $75

Articulations:                         Franklin University, CT2 Eligible

Certifications available:       NCCER, OSHA 10, Green Advantage, R-410A, EPA 608

For information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who have completed this program, and other important information, please click the Gainful Employment information link below.

Click here for Gainful Employment information – HVAC

The start and end dates listed for this program are based on the 2017-2018 school year. Actual start and end dates will be confirmed with interested students prior to enrollment.

This course requires the following WorkKeys scores:
     Workplace Documents     4 or higher
     Applied Math          4 or higher
     Graphic Literacy          4 or higher


Date(s):TBD
Day/Times:--TBD-- TBD
Location:TBD
Cost: $ 8766.00
Hours: 900.00
Instructor: Rodney Havens
Class ID:PWYTRADESHVAC
Seats Available:18