Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning
Residential and commercial climate control systems are essential to modern living. Heating and air conditioning systems keep us warm in winter and cool in summer. They keep our offices and factories comfortable and productive. They make our homes cheerful and cozy. It's primarily because modern heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) technology is so effective that cities in America's Sunbelt have been able to grow so rapidly over the past 50 years.*
Companies that employ HVAC technicians include general contractors, industrial facilities, and HVAC service companies. Their trained HVAC technicians install, maintain, repair and replace climate control systems in homes, apartment buildings, office buildings, retail stores and other facilities.
You can acquire the knowledge, skills and experience these employers demand at WyoTech. WyoTech's Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) diploma program provides hands-on training in the skills you need to enter this exciting trade.
Learning from HVAC professionals, you'll study the following course material:
- Basic Construction
- Basic Electricity
- Air Conditioning
- Fuel Heating Systems
- Air Distribution
- Systems Controls
- Heat Pumps
- System Application and Design
- HVAC Diagnostics
Upon graduation, you'll be qualified to compete for entry-level and apprentice positions with heating and air conditioning service companies in your area. Graduates of WyoTech's HVAC career training program have gone on to enjoy successful careers as:
- Heating Repair Service Technicians
- Air Conditioner Repair Service Technicians
- Refrigeration Technician
Does HVAC look right for you?
If so you can use our Application Form to get started in the HVAC Program.
Campuses that offer the HVAC Program*
* Not all programs and specialties offered at all locations.
For information on graduation rates, the median debt of students who complete this program and more, choose a campus below to download:
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