Refrigeration, Electrical and HVAC School | Where to Start

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As an HVACR technician, your days will be busy installing, maintaining and repairing both heating and air-conditioning systems, as well as refrigeration and ventilation systems. Mechanics, technicians, installers, and engineers all play important roles in keeping these systems up and running. If this sounds like your cup o’ joe, continue reading to learn how to jumpstart your career in HVACR.

Attend an HVAC School

To start a successful career in the HVACR field, invest in a worthwhile education. At Eastwick College, students within the HVAC school learn it all. In the 15-month (day) or 27-month (night) program, students start by learning the basics of electricity, piping, and ductwork installation and sizing. After covering the basics, students are immersed in learning about A/C systems, furnace and boiler installations, and repair training. As a graduate of Eastwick College, students are prepared to troubleshoot, diagnose and repair systems and appliances properly.

Find a Job

Eastwick College students who have successfully completed the HVACR program have started careers with companies like PSE&G and A&E. Graduates of this program meet all the requirements for Universal EPA and R-410A certifications.

Work with Qualified Professionals

Another great career move towards becoming a trusted HVACR tech is taking on apprenticeships under licensed, professional HVACR technicians. With Eastwick College’s HVAC school diploma, you are recognized by NJPHCC as eligible for second-year apprentice status, so you can hit the road running.

Learn more about Eastwick College’s HVACR diploma program.