Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning
Residential and Commercial Climate Control, Heating and Refrigeration and many other related industries are being impacted by computerization and sophisticated control systems.
These emerging trends are changing the skill sets and knowledge required for successful service personnel in Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning technology. Technology tends to advance, and as a result the HVAC industry may become more dependent on the skills and training of properly prepared technicians.
The Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) diploma program provides WyoTech students with the knowledge and skills required to specialize and pursue success in the field. Most areas of the world require some residential climate control; therefore, basic electricity, electronic control mechanisms, air conditioning, refrigeration fundamentals, and heating systems are taught in the program.
WyoTech coursework is designed to cover all the areas of the HVAC industry, and upon successful completion of all phases of the program, students will be awarded a diploma.
Employment opportunities that call for the knowledge presented in this program are:
- Heating Repair Technician
- Air Conditioner Repair Technician
- Ventilation Repair Technician
Does HVAC look right for you?
If so you can use our Application Form to get started in the HVAC Program.
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