Fast-track your HVAC technician certification

EPA Universal / NATE HVAC Support Technician

Earning your HVAC credentials will help you:

Fulfill employer requirements

Because HVACR systems have become increasingly complex, employers prefer applicants with entry-level certification or those who have completed an apprenticeship.

Access better career opportunities

According to ACCA, The US HAVC industry will create 13% more HVAC mechanic and installer jobs from 2018 to 2028, much more than the average for all occupations.

Maximize earning potential

2021 Median pay for an entry-level technician is $48,630 per year, $23.38 per hour.

Enhance knowledge and skills

About 40,100 openings for heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers are projected each year, over the decade. -U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics

HVAC technicians enjoy higher wage growth  from national labor shortage and construction demand.

The knowledge attained through certification, provide a solid foundation for entry-level HVAC technicians to build successful careers in residential, commercial, or industrial industries.

Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers typically do the following:

  • Install, clean, and maintain HVACR systems
  • Install electrical components and wiring
  • Inspect and test HVACR systems and components
  • Discuss system malfunctions with customers
  • Repair or replace worn or defective parts
  • Recommend maintenance to improve system performance
  • Keep records of work performed

Most employers require certification for entry level HVAC technicians. (U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics)

Fast-track your career journey


4 steps to a HVAC technician certification

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