In as few as 6 months you can be ready to start your career as an HVAC technician. Many people opt for HVAC training during the day, but it’s not the only way you can earn your certificate. You don’t have to change your schedule completely for 6 months while you train. There are many programs that offer evening and night classes, so you can keep working while you train for your next career. Find out more about evening and night HVAC classes here.
HVAC Night and Evening Classes
Because training is measured by how many hours of training you receive, classes can be held anytime of the day. Evening and night classes are especially great for students who work during the day. These programs are very flexible, which means you can earn your diploma or certificate on your schedule.
Are There HVAC Training Programs Available on Weekends?
Due to the complex nature of HVAC, weekend only classes are very rare. It would take years to complete an HVAC training program offered only on the weekends, so schools do not offer weekend only programs. However some schools do incorporate weekend classes into their normal daytime or night program schedules.
How Long are Evening and Night HVAC Programs?
The time it will take you to earn your HVAC diploma or certificate will vary depending on what school and program you choose.
Sometimes night programs are sometimes longer because classes are shorter in the evening due to time constraints. However, this is not always true. Many night or evening programs are the same length as daytime programs. In some programs you may be in classes for up to 8 hours in the evening, but many only last 4 hours.
The time it takes to complete each program also varies widely. Some certificate programs can be as short as a few months, while others may last up to a year. Check with your chosen program to find out how long your program is.
Schools With Night and Evening HVAC Programs
Here is a list of just a few of our partner HVAC schools that offer night and evening HVAC training programs.
- Centura College
- Delta Technical College
- Edge Tech Academy
- Florida Career College
- Florida Technical College
- Lincoln Tech
- Midwest Technical Institute
- National Polytechnic College
This is a small list of schools that we partner with. No matter what kind of programs you end up choosing, starting HVAC training is a great way to kick-start your career in as few as 6 months. Find other options near you, like daytime training, by checking out our full lists of partner schools here!
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