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You’ve probably heard the horror stories about students who chose the wrong colleges. These students embark upon expensive training programs, many of which offer little career preparation. They then graduate to find a career market that cannot use them in any significant way. What a waste of time and money!
  14   This same scenario can occur at any HVAC school; in a refrigeration training program; in an electrician school or apprenticeship program, or at
Dover NH 03820 any other type of technical college. Students should only enroll in schools that teach skills relevant to the immediate needs of the job market, where they can make the transition from school to a refrigeration, electrician, plumbing, or refrigeration career without needing to pick up additional skills.

There are many technical schools from which to choose, however – it can be hard to determine which ones are schools of quality, and which are Dover NH 03820 not. Technical schools offer a huge variety of different programs, from electronics to HVAC to plumbing to sheet metal work to refrigeration and cooling technologies. They all have different admissions requirements and different approaches to teaching class material. Their instructors have varying qualifications and levels of direct career experience in their fields of teaching, as well. (For example, some HVAC instructors have worked HVAC careers for ten years before they taught; other
Dover NH 03820 HVAC instructors only have classroom and book experience.) And, some schools accept financial aid packages, while others place education financing directly in students’ hands.

So, what should you look for when pursuing an electrical, plumbing, refrigeration, HVAC, or other type of training program?
122 1. Determine whether the school teaches you skills above and beyond what you might learn on the job.

Some technical training programs are redundant: They teach you skills you will Dover NH 03820 absorb on the job – but when attending a school, you’ll obviously have to pay for them. You should always look for schools that provide a combination of theory and practice. For example, when choosing a school at which to study electrical wiring or electronics, don’t pick the place that only teaches you how to wire buildings or fix radios. Pick the place that teaches you concepts as well: how electrical wiring Dover NH 03820 and circuitry works; how electrical appliances or wiring can be tested for voltage, amperage, and resistance, and how basic power sources work.

The best technical training schools provide a combination of lecture-based classes and lab- or shop-based classes. A good, job-focused curriculum for any given school will also include special hands-on projects, and will teach safety concepts and standards based upon current laws and regulatory code.

2. Make sure that the schools you’re interested Dover NH 03820 in have good job placement rates and a strong industry reputation.

Many HVAC, refrigeration, plumbing, and electrical schools are nothing more than diploma mills. Students spend exorbitant amounts of money on an education that is lacking in quality. Unfortunately, when they do embark upon careers in these technical industries, they have no useful job skills to speak of – just a piece of paper stating that they graduated from the school.
  14   A good Dover NH 03820 technical training school or career college is recognized by employers in the fields the school teaches to: air conditioning, HVAC, electrical work, mechanics, and so on. When you are participating in an admissions interview, ask the school representatives if you can see a list of places that hire the school’s graduates. This should give you an idea of what you can expect, career-wise, after finishing your training program.

You should also see what Dover NH 03820 kinds of jobs each training school can prepare you for. This will give you good insight into how versatile the curriculum is and how far the school can take you in a technical field. Ask if the school has a career counseling department and whether or not the school is dedicated to assisting with job placement. There’s no doubt about it – the 21st century job market is tough. If a potential Dover NH 03820 school can help you to secure a job, so much the better.

3. Find out how invested the school is in you as a student and as an individual.

Many schools treat their students as numbers and not as individuals. These are the types of HVAC, refrigeration, electrical technologies, and plumbing schools that usher students through the system without allowing them to ask questions or explore their options. If you find it difficult Dover NH 03820 to obtain basic information about a technical training program – such as cost, number of credits necessary to graduate, and job placement rates – then this school is not one you’d want to attend.
11 Look for a school that encourages you to come in for individualized information sessions. Find schools that encourage students to participate in private education planning sessions and one-on-one career counseling. Unlike four-year schools, size does matter. Smaller technical schools Dover NH 03820 are usually more specialized. They are less likely to be factories that take student money and try to get them to pass through the programs as quickly as possible. Some of these schools are family-owned. The best schools have instructors who are available to talk with students outside of class time, and administrators who are present in the building every day – these schools can boast of faculty and staff who actually Dover NH 03820 know their students.

You are also better off at a school that accepts student aid than a school only accepting students who are able to pay out of pocket. Many students cannot afford the entirety of their tuition in one payment, and a good school enables students to choose the financing plan that is right for them.

The best way to determine whether or not a technical school is for you is to visit Dover NH 03820 it, and ask as many questions as you can think of. If you get an odd feeling that information is being deliberately hidden or your questions are being ignored, move on. There are good technical training schools – don’t let the bad ones dissuade you from your dreams.

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    You’ve probably heard the horror stories about students who chose the wrong colleges. These students embark upon expensive training programs, many of which offer little career preparation. They then graduate to find a career market that cannot use them in any significant way. What a waste of time and money!
      14   This same scenario can occur at any HVAC school; in a refrigeration training program; in an electrician school or apprenticeship program, or at
    Monroe NH 03771 any other type of technical college. Students should only enroll in schools that teach skills relevant to the immediate needs of the job market, where they can make the transition from school to a refrigeration, electrician, plumbing, or refrigeration career without needing to pick up additional skills.

    There are many technical schools from which to choose, however – it can be hard to determine which ones are schools of quality, and which are Monroe NH 03771 not. Technical schools offer a huge variety of different programs, from electronics to HVAC to plumbing to sheet metal work to refrigeration and cooling technologies. They all have different admissions requirements and different approaches to teaching class material. Their instructors have varying qualifications and levels of direct career experience in their fields of teaching, as well. (For example, some HVAC instructors have worked HVAC careers for ten years before they taught; other
    Monroe NH 03771 HVAC instructors only have classroom and book experience.) And, some schools accept financial aid packages, while others place education financing directly in students’ hands.

    So, what should you look for when pursuing an electrical, plumbing, refrigeration, HVAC, or other type of training program?
    122 1. Determine whether the school teaches you skills above and beyond what you might learn on the job.

    Some technical training programs are redundant: They teach you skills you will Monroe NH 03771 absorb on the job – but when attending a school, you’ll obviously have to pay for them. You should always look for schools that provide a combination of theory and practice. For example, when choosing a school at which to study electrical wiring or electronics, don’t pick the place that only teaches you how to wire buildings or fix radios. Pick the place that teaches you concepts as well: how electrical wiring Monroe NH 03771 and circuitry works; how electrical appliances or wiring can be tested for voltage, amperage, and resistance, and how basic power sources work.

    The best technical training schools provide a combination of lecture-based classes and lab- or shop-based classes. A good, job-focused curriculum for any given school will also include special hands-on projects, and will teach safety concepts and standards based upon current laws and regulatory code.

    2. Make sure that the schools you’re interested Monroe NH 03771 in have good job placement rates and a strong industry reputation.

    Many HVAC, refrigeration, plumbing, and electrical schools are nothing more than diploma mills. Students spend exorbitant amounts of money on an education that is lacking in quality. Unfortunately, when they do embark upon careers in these technical industries, they have no useful job skills to speak of – just a piece of paper stating that they graduated from the school.
      14   A good Monroe NH 03771 technical training school or career college is recognized by employers in the fields the school teaches to: air conditioning, HVAC, electrical work, mechanics, and so on. When you are participating in an admissions interview, ask the school representatives if you can see a list of places that hire the school’s graduates. This should give you an idea of what you can expect, career-wise, after finishing your training program.

    You should also see what Monroe NH 03771 kinds of jobs each training school can prepare you for. This will give you good insight into how versatile the curriculum is and how far the school can take you in a technical field. Ask if the school has a career counseling department and whether or not the school is dedicated to assisting with job placement. There’s no doubt about it – the 21st century job market is tough. If a potential Monroe NH 03771 school can help you to secure a job, so much the better.

    3. Find out how invested the school is in you as a student and as an individual.

    Many schools treat their students as numbers and not as individuals. These are the types of HVAC, refrigeration, electrical technologies, and plumbing schools that usher students through the system without allowing them to ask questions or explore their options. If you find it difficult Monroe NH 03771 to obtain basic information about a technical training program – such as cost, number of credits necessary to graduate, and job placement rates – then this school is not one you’d want to attend.
    11 Look for a school that encourages you to come in for individualized information sessions. Find schools that encourage students to participate in private education planning sessions and one-on-one career counseling. Unlike four-year schools, size does matter. Smaller technical schools Monroe NH 03771 are usually more specialized. They are less likely to be factories that take student money and try to get them to pass through the programs as quickly as possible. Some of these schools are family-owned. The best schools have instructors who are available to talk with students outside of class time, and administrators who are present in the building every day – these schools can boast of faculty and staff who actually Monroe NH 03771 know their students.

    You are also better off at a school that accepts student aid than a school only accepting students who are able to pay out of pocket. Many students cannot afford the entirety of their tuition in one payment, and a good school enables students to choose the financing plan that is right for them.

    The best way to determine whether or not a technical school is for you is to visit Monroe NH 03771 it, and ask as many questions as you can think of. If you get an odd feeling that information is being deliberately hidden or your questions are being ignored, move on. There are good technical training schools – don’t let the bad ones dissuade you from your dreams.

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    Becoming an HVAC technician is not required to work in the heating, ventilation and air conditioning field, but specializing and becoming certified will allow greater career opportunities. In addition, higher earnings will be an advantage. The basic areas of study found in nearly all HVAC programs are:

    • Electronics
    • Math
    • Applied Chemistry
    • Mechanical Drawing
    • Blueprint Reading
    • Computer Applications
      14   In addition to
    Keene NH 03431 the general courses, there are more specific classes that include:

    • Temperature Control
    • Temperature Theory
    • Construction
    • Equipment Design
    • Installation, Repair and Maintenance

    Certification is offered by NATE and the EPA

    Certification is offered by two organizations. North American Technicians Excellence (NATE) offers national certification and the only test that is recognized by the entire industry. The exam for NATE certification is stringent Keene NH 03431 and requires practical skills as well as knowledge.

    The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) offers four certification levels. The basics for certification are different; however, they all include work experience and an exam must be passed that includes common HVAC knowledge.
    122 Prior to sitting for the NATE certification exam, work experience is suggested. If the specialty will be an installation technician, one year
    Keene NH 03431 of work experience is recommended. For service technicians, work experience recommended should be at least two years and a senior level technician should have five years of work experience. This includes experience with the equipment that will be used in each field. The training recommended for certification as an HVAC technician will take approximately six months to 2 years to Keene NH 03431 complete.

    A Sample Curriculum

    A sample of the curriculum for certification as an HVAC technician for standards set by the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHREA) at an HVAC college is as follows:

    Four courses are required consisting of two units each in HVAC Control and Energy Management Systems, HVAC Ductwork and Piping Systems, HVAC System Design Considerations Keene NH 03431 and HVAC System Load Calculations and Psychrometry.
    11 Ninety hours of electives from Building Commissioning for LEED, the Building Envelope and Facilities Management Systems and Technology are required. This is a total of 210 hours of instruction. A certificate registration fee must be paid and the courses must be completed within five years of registration.

    A grade level of 2.5 must be maintained Keene NH 03431 with at least a ‘C’ in each course to receive certification. Most colleges require a high school diploma or GED to apply for admittance for classes to become an HVAC technician. For two-year programs, ACT or SAT scores are not required by the majority of HVAC colleges.

    Earning certification as an HVAC technician will provide those who are interested in this Keene NH 03431 field with the ability to acquire a logical and consistent method of learning the comprehensive aspects of HVAC systems. Providing the essential training needed to create new HVAC systems and modify existing systems in accordance with current energy conservation standards is vital in the field of heating, ventilation and air conditioning.

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    If online HVAC schools are going to be considered to obtain a degree in this field, make certain the school is accredited. This is one of the most important aspects of choosing an online school. Accreditation in this field will usually be from one of these three organizations – the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER), the Partnership for Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Accreditation
    Sanbornton NH 03269 (PAHRA) or HVAC Excellence.
      14   Why are Online Schools a Good Alternative?

    With the increasing popularity of the Internet, there are many careers that can be trained for online. The choice can be advantageous for those who need to study at their own pace. Those who are considering this career can work, take care of a household and children and still take online classes. For many this is Sanbornton NH 03269 much easier than finding the time to attend a traditional university or college.

    Online HVAC schools can provide the classes that are needed to ready the student for experience in the field. The amount of time spent obtaining experience once the classes are complete can vary from six months to two years, depending upon the level being sought. Field experience is considered a necessity for the proficiency
    Sanbornton NH 03269 of an HVAC specialist.
    122 Online Learning

    Maintenance, diagnostics and problem solving are taught in heating and refrigeration systems and will be part of the online learning process. In addition, the installation of the systems including air conditioning, heating and ventilation is part of the learning process. The parts of the components will be another aspect. This includes electrical and mechanical components.

    When taking classes through online HVAC schools, Sanbornton NH 03269 it is still possible to communicate with the instructors if there are questions. This is a field that is growing and choosing this career if there is an interest in this type of work can result in a sound financial future.

    Another benefit of choosing online HVAC schools is the cost. It is much cheaper to take online classes than attending a traditional college. The cost of Sanbornton NH 03269 training online is usually anywhere from three to five times less expensive than the cost of a conventional school. In addition, if a financial hardship is experienced, rather than dropping out of school, the online courses can be postponed and picked back up again as soon as the situation improves.
    11 The training received from online schools will allow students to obtain EPA certification as well as the Sanbornton NH 03269 preparation required for licensing. There are several career options that are currently open in this field. Choosing the classes that need to be taken as well as the ability to study at home can result in a high-paying career.

    When time is of the essence, this can be one of the most advantageous aspects of choosing an online HVAC school over a traditional school. For many who Sanbornton NH 03269 have chosen this field at a later time rather than as a beginning career, the ability to earn a degree in as little as two years can be quite beneficial.

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    You’ve probably heard the horror stories about students who chose the wrong colleges. These students embark upon expensive training programs, many of which offer little career preparation. They then graduate to find a career market that cannot use them in any significant way. What a waste of time and money!
      14   This same scenario can occur at any HVAC school; in a refrigeration training program; in an electrician school or apprenticeship program, or at
    Pittsburg NH 03592 any other type of technical college. Students should only enroll in schools that teach skills relevant to the immediate needs of the job market, where they can make the transition from school to a refrigeration, electrician, plumbing, or refrigeration career without needing to pick up additional skills.

    There are many technical schools from which to choose, however – it can be hard to determine which ones are schools of quality, and which are Pittsburg NH 03592 not. Technical schools offer a huge variety of different programs, from electronics to HVAC to plumbing to sheet metal work to refrigeration and cooling technologies. They all have different admissions requirements and different approaches to teaching class material. Their instructors have varying qualifications and levels of direct career experience in their fields of teaching, as well. (For example, some HVAC instructors have worked HVAC careers for ten years before they taught; other
    Pittsburg NH 03592 HVAC instructors only have classroom and book experience.) And, some schools accept financial aid packages, while others place education financing directly in students’ hands.

    So, what should you look for when pursuing an electrical, plumbing, refrigeration, HVAC, or other type of training program?
    122 1. Determine whether the school teaches you skills above and beyond what you might learn on the job.

    Some technical training programs are redundant: They teach you skills you will Pittsburg NH 03592 absorb on the job – but when attending a school, you’ll obviously have to pay for them. You should always look for schools that provide a combination of theory and practice. For example, when choosing a school at which to study electrical wiring or electronics, don’t pick the place that only teaches you how to wire buildings or fix radios. Pick the place that teaches you concepts as well: how electrical wiring Pittsburg NH 03592 and circuitry works; how electrical appliances or wiring can be tested for voltage, amperage, and resistance, and how basic power sources work.

    The best technical training schools provide a combination of lecture-based classes and lab- or shop-based classes. A good, job-focused curriculum for any given school will also include special hands-on projects, and will teach safety concepts and standards based upon current laws and regulatory code.

    2. Make sure that the schools you’re interested Pittsburg NH 03592 in have good job placement rates and a strong industry reputation.

    Many HVAC, refrigeration, plumbing, and electrical schools are nothing more than diploma mills. Students spend exorbitant amounts of money on an education that is lacking in quality. Unfortunately, when they do embark upon careers in these technical industries, they have no useful job skills to speak of – just a piece of paper stating that they graduated from the school.
      14   A good Pittsburg NH 03592 technical training school or career college is recognized by employers in the fields the school teaches to: air conditioning, HVAC, electrical work, mechanics, and so on. When you are participating in an admissions interview, ask the school representatives if you can see a list of places that hire the school’s graduates. This should give you an idea of what you can expect, career-wise, after finishing your training program.

    You should also see what Pittsburg NH 03592 kinds of jobs each training school can prepare you for. This will give you good insight into how versatile the curriculum is and how far the school can take you in a technical field. Ask if the school has a career counseling department and whether or not the school is dedicated to assisting with job placement. There’s no doubt about it – the 21st century job market is tough. If a potential Pittsburg NH 03592 school can help you to secure a job, so much the better.

    3. Find out how invested the school is in you as a student and as an individual.

    Many schools treat their students as numbers and not as individuals. These are the types of HVAC, refrigeration, electrical technologies, and plumbing schools that usher students through the system without allowing them to ask questions or explore their options. If you find it difficult Pittsburg NH 03592 to obtain basic information about a technical training program – such as cost, number of credits necessary to graduate, and job placement rates – then this school is not one you’d want to attend.
    11 Look for a school that encourages you to come in for individualized information sessions. Find schools that encourage students to participate in private education planning sessions and one-on-one career counseling. Unlike four-year schools, size does matter. Smaller technical schools Pittsburg NH 03592 are usually more specialized. They are less likely to be factories that take student money and try to get them to pass through the programs as quickly as possible. Some of these schools are family-owned. The best schools have instructors who are available to talk with students outside of class time, and administrators who are present in the building every day – these schools can boast of faculty and staff who actually Pittsburg NH 03592 know their students.

    You are also better off at a school that accepts student aid than a school only accepting students who are able to pay out of pocket. Many students cannot afford the entirety of their tuition in one payment, and a good school enables students to choose the financing plan that is right for them.

    The best way to determine whether or not a technical school is for you is to visit Pittsburg NH 03592 it, and ask as many questions as you can think of. If you get an odd feeling that information is being deliberately hidden or your questions are being ignored, move on. There are good technical training schools – don’t let the bad ones dissuade you from your dreams.

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    HVAC training is offered in a variety of formats, including initial training and continuing education. Programs are available for the training needed to obtain certification or a degree in heating, ventilation and air conditioning or heating and refrigeration. This training will vary depending upon the type of degree or certification desired. This can include an associate’s degree or a bachelor’s degree, which
    Meriden NH 03770 will require from two to four years of education. The length of time for certification programs will differ depending on the program.
      14   General or Specialized Training

    HVAC training encompasses the fields of refrigeration, air conditioning, ventilation systems and heating technology. The technologies differ, but due to the close relationship between the systems, many students choose a generalized education in this field while others specialize.

    The Meriden NH 03770 specific areas of training available for heating and refrigeration will include building codes, refrigeration technology, heating design, ventilation, electronics technology and indoor air standards among others. The heating, ventilation and air conditioning field will include study in electronics, equipment construction, design theory, blueprint reading, installation and maintenance.
    122 There are numerous opportunities for those who wish to enter this high-demand field. From universities to
    Meriden NH 03770 online courses and apprenticeships, those who are interested in a career can find the specific program that meets their needs. The demand for professionals in the field is growing and is expected to continue.

    HVAC training includes:

    • Knowledge of HVAC equipment and the methods in which they are used
    • Environmental issues
    • Handling chlorofluorocarbons and refrigerants in a safe and responsible manner
    • Health Meriden NH 03770 issues on air quality
    • Energy efficiency
    • Safety issues

    Even though apprenticeship is an option for learning the basics in this field, a school is the best option to obtain a degree or certification. This will allow the highest potential earnings. Trade schools will offer programs in HVAC training that will typically require from 6 months to 2 years of education. This will Meriden NH 03770 cover the following:

    • Operation
    • Design
    • Construction
    • Installation
    • Maintenance
    • Repair

    A more inclusive program will also include training in areas such as blueprint reading, computer applications, electronics, applied physics, mechanical drawing and shop mathematics. Completion of training and passing the licensing exam will be required for certification.

    Degrees in HVAC and HVAC/R

    As stated, many choose a career in HVAC as well as refrigeration Meriden NH 03770 since the fields are so closely related. A bachelor’s degree can include basic classes as well as advanced. The mechanics of each of the systems include courses in the same basics that are required by trade schools. Additionally they require courses including schematics, drawings, specifications, estimating, industry codes, regulations and Computer-Aided Drafting and Design.

    The Bachelor’s Degree

    The bachelor’s degree will provide students with Meriden NH 03770 the necessary skills for complying with environmental laws, HVAC/R building codes and regulations that include local, state and federal procedures. In addition, they will learn how to perform inspections, design, testing and maintain heating, cooling and refrigeration systems, estimate costs and read specifications and blueprints.

    Skills learned in the bachelor’s degree program will provide students with the knowledge to install systems as well Meriden NH 03770 as improve energy efficiency, repair defects or dangerous leaks and provide required climate control.
    11 The Associate’s Degree

    An associate’s degree in HVAC will include the basics of servicing the systems. Included are troubleshooting, American Society of Heating Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) standards, psychometrics, thermal comfort, air distribution and indoor air quality. The student will learn how to install, service, find and Meriden NH 03770 eliminate problems associated with the control mechanisms including relays, pneumatics and HVAC Ethernet controls.

    Online Certificate Programs

    Online certificate programs are available. There are two – HVAC installation and repair or design of HVAC systems. The training to learn installation and repair and prepare for entry-level positions require 320 credit hours, which will include up to 16 courses. This program is designed to prepare Meriden NH 03770 students for entry-level positions. After receiving the online certificate, the North American Technician Excellence Certification Examination may be taken.

    When choosing HVAC training, such as the certification program for design, this will require completion of 4 to 5 courses. In addition, experience in engineering as well as a bachelor’s degree is required. The opportunities afforded by completing certification and degree programs include competitive Meriden NH 03770 salaries and many receive other benefits such as company cars, bonuses and reimbursement for further training.

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    If online HVAC schools are going to be considered to obtain a degree in this field, make certain the school is accredited. This is one of the most important aspects of choosing an online school. Accreditation in this field will usually be from one of these three organizations – the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER), the Partnership for Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Accreditation
    Merrimack NH 03054 (PAHRA) or HVAC Excellence.
      14   Why are Online Schools a Good Alternative?

    With the increasing popularity of the Internet, there are many careers that can be trained for online. The choice can be advantageous for those who need to study at their own pace. Those who are considering this career can work, take care of a household and children and still take online classes. For many this is Merrimack NH 03054 much easier than finding the time to attend a traditional university or college.

    Online HVAC schools can provide the classes that are needed to ready the student for experience in the field. The amount of time spent obtaining experience once the classes are complete can vary from six months to two years, depending upon the level being sought. Field experience is considered a necessity for the proficiency
    Merrimack NH 03054 of an HVAC specialist.
    122 Online Learning

    Maintenance, diagnostics and problem solving are taught in heating and refrigeration systems and will be part of the online learning process. In addition, the installation of the systems including air conditioning, heating and ventilation is part of the learning process. The parts of the components will be another aspect. This includes electrical and mechanical components.

    When taking classes through online HVAC schools, Merrimack NH 03054 it is still possible to communicate with the instructors if there are questions. This is a field that is growing and choosing this career if there is an interest in this type of work can result in a sound financial future.

    Another benefit of choosing online HVAC schools is the cost. It is much cheaper to take online classes than attending a traditional college. The cost of Merrimack NH 03054 training online is usually anywhere from three to five times less expensive than the cost of a conventional school. In addition, if a financial hardship is experienced, rather than dropping out of school, the online courses can be postponed and picked back up again as soon as the situation improves.
    11 The training received from online schools will allow students to obtain EPA certification as well as the Merrimack NH 03054 preparation required for licensing. There are several career options that are currently open in this field. Choosing the classes that need to be taken as well as the ability to study at home can result in a high-paying career.

    When time is of the essence, this can be one of the most advantageous aspects of choosing an online HVAC school over a traditional school. For many who Merrimack NH 03054 have chosen this field at a later time rather than as a beginning career, the ability to earn a degree in as little as two years can be quite beneficial.

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    HVAC Classes Training in Center Harbor NH 03226

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    As skilled HVAC technicians begin to retire, the demand for new technicians continues to grow. Over the next few years, the HVAC field is expected to rapidly grow. While those specializing in installation may currently struggle to find employment (until the number of new constructions increase), individuals specializing in HVAC maintenance and repair work should see definite job stability.
      14   In order for new or potential technicians to see
    Center Harbor NH 03226 the benefit in this growth, they must obtain the appropriate HVAC training and education. Those who have completed HVAC courses and obtained certification are well positioned to benefit from the need for technicians. In order to become certified in this field, one must enroll in and successfully complete . There are a number of ways in which to obtain the educational requirements for this field. Many Center Harbor NH 03226 colleges, universities and trade schools offer training in heating, air-conditioning and refrigeration. There are also opportunities to complete HVAC training online that provide students with the ability to study heating and air-conditioning courses at their own pace and in the comfort of their own homes. Online training has quickly become one of the most popular ways for students to obtain their higher education goals.

    typically include
    Center Harbor NH 03226 the basics of refrigeration, components, recycling and evacuation, as well as resistance, current, power and voltage in AC and DC circuits. Computations of series, parallel circuits, troubleshooting and circuit analysis are also studied in order to prepare students for a career in this field.
    122 In order to become certificated in HVAC, an apprenticeship of one to five years is normally required, depending on the state or locality in Center Harbor NH 03226 which the student plans to work. This apprenticeship provides the new technician with on the job learning as well as opportunities to demonstrate that their skills are up to par.

    Many HVAC courses, even those provided online, have prerequisites that the student must complete before being permitted to take the course. For instance, before taking a course on installation of piping materials used in plumbing and/or HVAC systems, Center Harbor NH 03226 the student may need to complete a class on Construction Industry Standards. Prerequisite requirements can be checked by looking through the admissions booklet or online schedule of courses for the school the student plans to attend.
    11 Courses can also be taken if a student or new technician plans to specialize in one or more areas. Refrigeration is one specialty that many new technicians choose and certification is achieved Center Harbor NH 03226 after successful completion of specific classes and the passing of the certification examination.

    Given the amount of time it takes to prepare for a career in the HVAC industry, the job prospects for this field are excellent. Even those who are required to work in apprenticeships are virtually guaranteed employment after successful completion of the required . Those who work in apprenticeships typically begin their careers by Center Harbor NH 03226 assisting certified technicians, giving them the experience that they need to advance their own careers in the future.

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    HVAC Classes Training in Rollinsford NH 03805

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    The HVAC industry is a very competitive field in the United States. There are many technicians vying for the most lucrative jobs and contracts. In order to successfully compete with these technicians, you must acquire the appropriate HVAC certifications and licenses. Different states have their own sets of rules and regulations for HVAC technicians and contractors. However, at the national level, there are two very well-known and respected certifications you can
    Rollinsford NH 03805 obtain. One is offered by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the other by the North American Technician Excellence (NATE). Possession of these certifications demonstrates to employers and contractors that a technician has sufficient HVAC training and knowledge to succeed at and complete the job at hand.
      14   EPA Certification

    The Federal Clean Air Act states that technicians who work with regulated refrigerants must become EPA-certified. The EPA defines four types of certifications that Rollinsford NH 03805 a technician can obtain:

    • Type I: Allows a person to work on small appliances that contain at most 5 pounds of refrigerant.
    • Type II: Allows a person to work on medium, high, and very high pressure appliances.
    • Type III: Allows a person to work on low pressure appliances.
    • Universal: Given to those who have attained all three of the certifications listed above.

    In order to acquire EPA certification, a technician has to
    Rollinsford NH 03805 pass a paper exam. This exam has four distinct parts, each containing 25 multiple-choice problems. The passing score on each section is 70% (that is, you must answer at least 18 of the 25 problems in a given section correctly in order to pass that section). The first section is named the Core. It covers material that applies to all of the other three certification areas. This material includes EPA regulations, Rollinsford NH 03805 the environmental impact of refrigerants, chlorofluorocarbons, hydrochlorofluorocarbons, and more. A technician first has to pass the Core in order to obtain any of the certifications above. The other three sections correspond to topics relevant to the Type I, Type II, and Type III certifications.
    122 NATE Certification

    NATE offers a variety of certification types for a number of specialty areas within the HVAC industry. However, these certifications are not absolutely mandatory to perform any Rollinsford NH 03805 HVAC work. Despite this being the case, the majority of contractors and employers are familiar with this credential, and are more likely to want to work with a technician possessing NATE certification.

    Each specialty area for NATE certification belongs in one of three categories: Installation, Service, and Senior. The first two contain the following specialty options:

    • Light Commercial Refrigeration
    • Commercial Refrigeration
    • Hydronics Oil
    • Hydronics Gas
    • Oil Heating (Air)
    • Gas Heating (Air)
    • Air-to-Air Rollinsford NH 03805 Heat Pumps
    • Air Conditioning
    • Air Distribution

    The last category (Senior) is coupled with the HVAC Efficiency Analyst certification. To obtain this certification, you must first acquire two other NATE certifications belonging to the Installation and/or Service categories. Note that only certain specific pairs of certifications will meet this requirement.
    11 Regardless of the specialty, a technician has to take and pass two written exams, the Core exam and the Specialty exam, before receiving any Rollinsford NH 03805 certification. The Core consists of 50 multiple-choice questions. The passing score is 70%, so you must answer at least 35 of the 50 questions correctly. This exam covers general topics including safety, tools, applicable science, and more. On the other hand, the Specialty exam consists of 100 multiple-choice questions. The passing score is again 70%, so you must answer at least 70 of the 100 questions correctly. This Specialty exam covers Rollinsford NH 03805 topics relevant to the specialty area in question.

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    HVAC Classes Training in Hooksett NH 03106

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    As skilled HVAC technicians begin to retire, the demand for new technicians continues to grow. Over the next few years, the HVAC field is expected to rapidly grow. While those specializing in installation may currently struggle to find employment (until the number of new constructions increase), individuals specializing in HVAC maintenance and repair work should see definite job stability.
      14   In order for new or potential technicians to see
    Hooksett NH 03106 the benefit in this growth, they must obtain the appropriate HVAC training and education. Those who have completed HVAC courses and obtained certification are well positioned to benefit from the need for technicians. In order to become certified in this field, one must enroll in and successfully complete . There are a number of ways in which to obtain the educational requirements for this field. Many Hooksett NH 03106 colleges, universities and trade schools offer training in heating, air-conditioning and refrigeration. There are also opportunities to complete HVAC training online that provide students with the ability to study heating and air-conditioning courses at their own pace and in the comfort of their own homes. Online training has quickly become one of the most popular ways for students to obtain their higher education goals.

    typically include
    Hooksett NH 03106 the basics of refrigeration, components, recycling and evacuation, as well as resistance, current, power and voltage in AC and DC circuits. Computations of series, parallel circuits, troubleshooting and circuit analysis are also studied in order to prepare students for a career in this field.
    122 In order to become certificated in HVAC, an apprenticeship of one to five years is normally required, depending on the state or locality in Hooksett NH 03106 which the student plans to work. This apprenticeship provides the new technician with on the job learning as well as opportunities to demonstrate that their skills are up to par.

    Many HVAC courses, even those provided online, have prerequisites that the student must complete before being permitted to take the course. For instance, before taking a course on installation of piping materials used in plumbing and/or HVAC systems, Hooksett NH 03106 the student may need to complete a class on Construction Industry Standards. Prerequisite requirements can be checked by looking through the admissions booklet or online schedule of courses for the school the student plans to attend.
    11 Courses can also be taken if a student or new technician plans to specialize in one or more areas. Refrigeration is one specialty that many new technicians choose and certification is achieved Hooksett NH 03106 after successful completion of specific classes and the passing of the certification examination.

    Given the amount of time it takes to prepare for a career in the HVAC industry, the job prospects for this field are excellent. Even those who are required to work in apprenticeships are virtually guaranteed employment after successful completion of the required . Those who work in apprenticeships typically begin their careers by Hooksett NH 03106 assisting certified technicians, giving them the experience that they need to advance their own careers in the future.

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