The state of Utah is home to a multitude of professionals working in various technical and corporate capacities. A group of professionals working in technical jobs have recently been under the spotlight, as many people are now acknowledging their advantageous career positions. When the recession hit, those in technical jobs were not laid off because the nature of their work allows them to have steady jobs and clients even through hard economic times. It is precisely this reason that more and more people are considering taking technical courses after high school graduation or shifting to technical careers for a more stable career path ahead.

To become a HVAC technician and enjoy all the benefits that come with it, a prospecting student must first enrol himself at any accredited HVAC training facility in the state of Utah. Training is mandatory for anyone wishing to work legally in the state, so students can choose from 1-year or 2-year courses, various specializations, locations and tuition fees to suit their needs and budget.

HVAC training consists of lecture hours and internship hours. In the classroom, subjects like mathematics, engineering and physics in relation to HVAC will be taught, along with the basics of operating machinery and proper maintenance, repair and installation. Students are required to have at least a high school GED to be able to keep up with the lessons.

Those that are interested in a career in HVAC might consider locating to one of the top three states for this profession, Texas, Arizona, and Utah. HVAC training courses in Texas are one of the highest rated for accredited degree programs. Students who need a flexible school schedule,  Arizona has online HVAC training programs that work around the students busy work schedule. For interested students in UT, the following schools in Utah may be good choices to commence HVAC training. These schools may also offer help with licensing and certification examinations upon completion of the course.

Bridgerland Applied Technology College
1301 N 600 West,
Logan, UT 84321
(435) 753-6780
www.bridgerlandatc.org

Bridgerland offers a very flexible HVAC Apprenticeship Program that gives an AAT Degree and lasts 4 years. 8,000 hours of on-the-job training are required along with 576 hours of related instruction that can be taken during evening classes.

 

Davis Applied Technology College
550 E 300 South,
Kaysville, UT 84037
(801) 593-2500
www.datc.net

With two branches in Utah, Davis College offers HVAC training certificate courses with various specializations. Their affordable tuition rates make it easier to shift careers.

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