Do you dream of a new career? Were you recently laid off, or are you stuck in a dead-end job?
If this sounds like you, The Refrigeration School can help. We offer in-demand trade programs that offer you more than just a job, but a life-long career that can help you make more than ends meet.
Transition to a new career and start living your life without all the stress and uncertainty.
Why Transition into a New Career?
Some jobs are becoming obsolete, and others are saturated with hundreds of applicants applying for the same jobs.
Why are you considering transitioning into a new career?
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You Were Laid Off
Many employees were laid off during the pandemic, and while unemployment in Phoenix is at its lowest level in decades, many workers still can’t make ends meet. Whether unemployed or underemployed, there are many stories of employees that work two or three jobs, just to pay the bills.
If you are considering transitioning to a new career, consider a trade career. Trade professionals enjoy lucrative salaries and flexible hours.
Some of us have worked hard for years but want a new challenge. Trade careers are never dull and offer room for advancement.
Tired of going to an office and getting stuck in the grind of the 9-to-5? Try becoming an HVAC technician, welder, or electrician.
No Room for Advancement
If you are working a dead-end job, it can be hard to get excited about going to work in the morning.
If you want to advance in your career, consider becoming a trade professional. With some work experience and education, you can go from an apprentice to a journeyman in a few years.
As a journeyman level trade professional, you can manage apprentices of your own and enjoy the perks of management.
Need a Better Work/Life Balance
If you have a family to take care of, want to spend time working on a hobby, or just don’t want to work 50+ hours a week to pay the bills, a trade career can offer a better work/life balance.
Many trade professionals work regular hours. However, there are opportunities for flexibility to work evenings and weekends if you have other responsibilities to manage.
Becoming a trade professional will give you a better work/life balance if that is something you want out of your job.
How Do You Transition to a New Career?
A great way to transition into a new career is by attending a trade school. The Refrigeration School offers trade programs in HVAC, commercial refrigeration, welding, and electrical application. In as little as 7 months, you can start a brand-new career and enjoy the many perks that trade professionals benefit from!
Plus, with hands-on experience and guidance from industry-experienced instructors, you are prepared to start potentially working more quickly than the typical college student. You can even work toward a license to become a journeyman trade professional in your new career.
With close ties to employers, The Refrigeration School also offers career services to help you find job opportunities that matches your passion..
What Careers are in Demand?
Many careers are in demand, from healthcare and business to the construction trades. The Refrigeration School focuses on trade jobs, including HVAC, electrician, and welding. All three trade professionals are in demand.
Many HVAC technicians are at retirement age, and this has spurred the need for additional HVAC technicians. Employment for HVAC technicians in the United States is expected to grow by 5 percent in the coming decade.*
Nearly every building and residential home needs electricity. The boom in construction in Phoenix has cause a need for highly trained electricians to manage these electrical applications. With this increase in demand, employment of electricians is expected to grow 7 percent in the coming decade.** Plus, with the transfer to alternative energy, more residences are taking advantage of solar energy.
With the increase in infrastructure repair, there is a need for welding specialists to manage our crumbling bridges, highways, and buildings. In as little as 7 months, you can train in structural welding and start working on the country’s infrastructure. You will also learn fundamental welding techniques like SMAW, GMAW, FCAW, and GTAW. With this knowledge, you could help Phoenix build and repair structures that are popping up in the Valley of the Sun.
Want to Learn More?
Interested in an HVAC, electrical application, or welding program? Let The Refrigeration School help. With RSI, you have a bright future in a new career. To learn more, contact us today.
*According to BLS data Arizona employed 7,950 Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers (499021), through May 2021 http://data.bls.gov/oes.
**According to BLS data Arizona employed 14,450 Electricians(472111) through May 2021 http://data.bls.gov/oes.