Take the First Step Toward Your HVAC Career Now!
Take control of your future today. In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, we’ve temporarily moved ground campus classes to live online sessions. You’ll get the same high-quality training and support, which you’ll put to work when hands-on classes start back up on-campus.
Our mission is YOUR SUCCESS!
When you succeed, we succeed. That is why we provide high-quality, specialized career preparation for all our students. Our goal is to help you find your rewarding career.
Our Mission Statement:
To provide high-quality, specialized career preparation or enhancement to meet and cope with technological changes resulting in employment and career success.
You can quickly earn a diploma, an associate's degree, or a bachelor's degree in your chosen field so you can be in your career as soon as possible. The training and skills you gain will prepare you for some of the most exciting careers today. Our programs are in the fields of, allied health, business administration and leadership, legal, and operations and project management.
Our degree and diploma courses will prepare you with the hands-on experience valued by employers. Leading up to graduation, you will work with the Career Services Department where you'll benefit from career services assistance in locating employment opportunities.
Why go to college after high school?
“Full-time workers with an associate degree earn 17.7% more than those that only graduated High School.” Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2015 (www.bls.gov) Vista College courses combine classroom training, laboratory skills and hands-on experience to give you the best tools you’ll need to succeed.
If you’ve been struggling to get a job, an education with us could be your ticket to a better future for you and your family.
With Vista College's diploma program, you’ll learn valuable skills from leaders 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. The program instructors are NCCER-certified. 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.
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