Without modern climate control technology, life in many of the far northern and southern states would be -- during many parts of the year -- virtually unbearable.
Fortunately, there is an assortment of heating, air conditioning and ventilation (HVAC) tools available to keep people comfortable and productive. Installing, maintaining and repairing these vital quality-of-life systems is the job of the HVAC technician.
At Everest, you can train to become a professional HVAC technician in just about a year. Here you'll learn about common mechanical, electrical, and electronic components such as motors, compressors, fans, switches and thermostats. You'll also have an opportunity to learn design, HVAC theory, electronics and equipment construction.
You'll learn in a modern workshop setting using real tools of the trade. Your instructors will be HVAC professionals who know what skills today's employers demand.
When you graduate from Everest, you'll be qualified for entry-level positions working for construction companies, private contractors and HVAC installation and service specialists.* Everest's Career Services specialists can help you identify and contact local employers who value the kind of skills-focused training Everest provides.
Want to know more about Everest's HVAC technician program? Contact Everest today. A friendly Everest representative will get back to you immediately to answer your questions.
* Your own hard work, professionalism, experience, work attitude, local market and other factors will impact your personal employment opportunities and pay.