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Supermarket Refrigeration

Students in this program will focus on the refrigeration techniques required by large commercial supermarkets. Food Preservation and cold storage are the focus of this program. Commercial reach-ins, walk-ins, supermarket and specialty units will be covered. Students will learn basic 21st century work readiness skills, safety in the workplace. Students will focus on beginning and advanced refrigeration, electricity for HVAC, low pressure steam heating, and A/C systems and repair.

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Gainful Employment Information

 

2016-2017 Program Dates

Part-Time

  • 8/23/2016  –  Fall 2017
  • 1/10/2017 – Fall 2017

 

Program Cost

 

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What is the average pay for Supermarket Refrigeration Technicians?

Entry Level

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

Experienced

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

 

To what 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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From our students...

As long as you apply yourself the work is really easy and help is available when you need it. EGTC seems to be very organized and knows what it takes to make students successful.

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We place nearly 100% of our students who complete these programs. We have very good job contacts in these programs, with a lot of community support, which makes these very successful programs.

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