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HVAC Certificate Training & Degree Programs

Search through HVAC trade schools to find the local HVAC/r technology certificate or degree program that’s right for you. Learn about becoming a certified HVAC technician, then choose your accredited local HVAC training program.

A Few of Our Partner Schools

Florida Career College

Start your HVAC career in as few as 11 months. Be introduced to all the basics of the profession, making you qualified for an entry-level HVAC technician position. Earn your high school diploma while completing career training.

Fortis

At FORTIS, students can get the skills and training needed for careers in industries that are in demand. Accredited, with hands-on training. Fully online associate degree programs available. Career Services professionals support graduates in securing employment in entry-level positions.

InterCoast College

At InterCoast College, you can complete your HVAC certificate in 40 weeks or 720 hours. Through this program, you’ll be fully prepared for entry-level employment in any of the HVAC. This program is available at all five of the InterCoast College locations.

Lincoln Tech

Attend the HVAC program at Lincoln Tech and earn necessary skills to land a job in today’s market. You will receive specialized, career-focused training. A flex schedule is available, making your education convenient. Programs vary by campus, and can take up to two years to complete.

Southern Technical College

Florida’s Southern Technical College offers a nine month HVAC program that will prepare you for an entry-level position in the HVAC industry. An associate degree track is also available. Southern Technical College is fully accredited. Financial aid is available to those who qualify.

UEI College

UEI College offers an 11 month HVAC tech diploma program, which will make you career ready for an entry-level HVAC position. You can earn your high school diploma at no cost, as well. Day and evening classes are available, and there is ongoing enrollment. Programs may vary by campus.

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