Commercial/Residential HVAC & Refrigeration

Students in this program learn all aspects of Commercial and Residential HVAC and Commercial Refrigeration industry. This program is designed for the student who wants a diverse education covering the  heating and cooling of living and work spaces. You will also learn about the refrigeration processes and commercial equipment used to store and preserve food.

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Gainful Employment Information

 

2017-2018 Program Dates

Full-Time (M-Th, 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.)

  • 8/21/2017 — 11/1/2018
  • 9/20/2017 — 12/1/2018
  • 1/8/2018 — 4/1/2019
  • 3/19/2018 — 6/1/2019

Part-Time (M-Th, 12:00 -4:00 p.m. or 5:00 -9:00 p.m.)

  • 8/21/2017 — 5/1/2019
  • 9/20/2017 — 6/1/2019
  • 1/8/2018 — 10/1/2019
  • 3/19/2018 — 12/1/2019

Program Cost

 

It's free to apply to Emily Griffith Technical College. You're under no obligation once you apply. Filling out an application allows us to connect you with people who can provide more information about your preferred studies and career goals.

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Earning Potential

Entry Level

Hourly Pay: $14.69
Annual Salary: $30,560

Experienced

Hourly Pay: $26.75
Annual Salary: $55,640

 

To what types of jobs do these skills apply?

  • HVAC installers
  • HVAC service techs
  • HVAC design engineers

 

What types of companies might hire me?

  • Air conditioning supply companies
  • Building contractors
  • Building management companies
  • Heating & air conditioning contractors
  • Hotel/motel maintenance departments
  • Plumbing companies
  • Retailers
  • Wholesale supply houses

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Upcoming Related Events

Monday, January 8, 2018
CAD Classes Begin
Time: 7:30am
Monday, January 8, 2018
GED High School Equivalency Classes
Time: 9:00am
Wednesday, January 31, 2018
Vocational y Transitions (Español)
Time: 9:30am

From our students...

Emily Griffith offers the most in-depth education as far as water and water quality is concerned. Water is one of the best careers to get into if you want to make a difference in the world.

Mark Bickford
Water Quality Management Student

From our teachers...

I love my students and teaching them new things.

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