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Did you need to go to college to study HVAC?

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Harry’s Answer

HVAC Training can be attained by on-the-job training (from your hvac employer); through the Job Corps Training Program (David L. Carrasco Job Corps Center - https://www.jobcorps.gov/center/david-l-carrasco-job-corps-center); from one of many online proprietary schools (beware of the high costs of many for-profit schools); or by completing a certificate training program at your local district Community College ( El Paso C. C. - https://www.epcc.edu/Academics/AdvancedTechnologyCenter/hvac).

You might want to compare the program options and costs/benefits from the Job Corps and EPCC. Visit both institutions and ask counselors questions about the program courses, length of program, and earnings potential once certified.

Harry recommends the following next steps:

Explore website for HVAC program at David L. Carrasco Job Corps Center
Explore website for HVAC program at El Paso Community College
Make a list of all the questions you have about HVAC training and employment outlook in your area
Personnaly visit the David L. Carrasco Job Corps Center to talk to a career counselor
Personally visit El Paso Community College to talk to a career counselor
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Courtland’s Answer

You would need to attend a technical college to get the training necessary. To be a licensed HVAC technician usually requires a certification, which can be obtained through the technical college. That usually takes about 1 - 1.5 years. Good luck!

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