You can get a comprehensive education in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning at one of eight Vista College campuses located in Texas, Arkansas, and New Mexico. By attending day or evening classes at one of our campuses, you can become a certified HVAC graduate of Vista College in less than one year thanks to our streamlined program.
What Does Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Involve?
- Installing HVAC systems
- Maintaining and troubleshooting HVAC systems
- Removing HVAC equipment from service
- Repairing HVAC equipment
The demand for skilled technicians to service heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration systems is growing. With many people and businesses turning to more efficient systems and alternative energy sources, employers are looking for prospects who will earn their EPA certification to handle refrigerants. They also want people who can keep up with the steady introduction of energy-efficient HVAC equipment.
At Vista College, you’ll learn valuable skills from experts in the HVAC industry. Our real-world, hands-on training is designed to provide you with skills and knowledge that will benefit you throughout your career. After you gain a few years of field experience as an HVAC technician, you may be able to pursue work in a supervisory position or even open your own HVAC company.
You’ll Learn How To:
- Understand schematics
- Perform trade math
- Diagnose HVAC problems
- Develop solutions to issues with HVAC systems
- Identify the HVAC system that’s best for different kinds of locations
- Talk to clients and prospects about complex issues in language they’ll understand