The HVAC industry offers promising career opportunities to people starting out in the field. Those without formal training can expand their skill set by attending an HVAC school’s HVAC or HVACR training program. The skills taught by these programs allow students to perform installation, maintenance, replacement, and troubleshooting to residential heating and cooling units, commercial HVACR systems, and various environmental control appliances. This video goes over some of the skills, duties, and certifications involved in becoming a professional HVACR technician. For more information about enrolling in HVACR training programs, contact an Admissions Representative of The Refrigeration School.
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