For many individuals, the HVACR industry offers viable career options across the country to install and maintain heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems. While careers in HVAC give people the opportunity to work outside of an office setting in a position with constant demand, prior training requires hands-on experience with tools and equipment. Fortunately, HVAC training programs teach students the skills they need to enter the industry as HVAC technicians. Learn more about an HVAC technician’s skills, primary responsibilities, work environment, required certification, and more through this slide show. For more information about training for a career in HVAC, contact an Admissions Representative at The Refrigeration School.
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