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HVACR Technician

What does an HVACR technician do?

HVACR technicians install, maintain, and repair indoor air quality systems, such as air conditioners.

What do I need to get a HVACR technician job?

HCC – Students that successfully complete this program should be able to obtain an entry-level position in the HVACR industry. They will also sit for the EPA’s Refrigeration Transition and Recovery Certification test. This certificate program takes six to nine months to complete.

CC – There are four separate courses in this program with each course consisting of 10 sessions and totaling 30 hours. The first two courses will focus on Heating and Ventilation, taken in the fall, and the second two courses will focus on Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, taken in the spring. After Completion of all four courses, students will be eligible to take the EPA 608 Certification Exam.

What is the median salary for a HVACR technician?

  • $56,940

Where can I go from here?

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