As a graduate of Everest's Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Technician career training program, you can be qualified to compete for entry-level positions with HVAC service companies, contracting firms, HVAC equipment dealers and similar employers.*
Specific positions you might apply for include:
- Furnace Installer
- Electrical Heat Assembler
- HVAC Technician
Depending on your interests, you may choose to focus your attention on residential work. This involves installing, inspecting, maintaining, repairing and replacing HVAC systems in single-family homes, townhomes and apartment buildings.
Or you may choose to concentrate on commercial work. In this case, you'd work mostly in office buildings, medical facilities, stores, shopping centers, etc. Commercial HVAC tends to be more complex and more demanding than residential work.
Finally, after you've had some experience with either residential or commercial systems, you might like to try your hand at industrial HVAC. This would have you working in large-scale facilities like factories and refineries. Many such facilities have HVAC technicians as permanent members of their staffs.
There is always a demand for HVAC specialists, although this demand tends to rise and fall with local economic conditions. It's also seasonal. During economic booms, any increase in construction and commercial activity tends to be associated with an increased demand for HVAC technicians. Likewise, during extreme weather -- such as very hot summers or very cold winters -- there's a greater call for HVAC specialists.
Although Everest cannot guarantee employment upon graduation, know that the training you receive here can provide a solid, marketable foundation in the theory and practice of HVAC technology so you can take advantage of employment opportunities when they occur in your area.
Want to know more about Everest's HVAC 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.