HVAC technicians install and maintain ventilation systems that keep our homes and offices comfortable. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, these jobs are expected to grow by 15 percent by 2026. There are plenty of HVAC training schools nationwide that can be found at either the vocational school or community college level. If… Continue Reading Everything I Need to Know I Learned in HVAC School: 10 Topics You Will Cover in Your HVAC Education
Almost nine in every 10 U.S. homes make use of an air conditioning system. There are fewer homes using space heaters, but all in all, 83% of U.S. homes still use them. In fact, Americans use both a lot that ACs and heaters are among the top three biggest energy consumers in U.S. homes. Water… Continue Reading Careers in Rancho Cordova: Why You Should Consider Getting Your HVAC Certificate
Employment in the HVAC industry is expected to grow by 15% between 2016 and 2026. Growing faster than most other industries, more jobs will be available in this industry in the coming years. But how much do HVAC technicians make? When you’re looking for a career that gives you long-term financial stability, you might consider becoming an… Continue Reading Finding Financial Stability: How Much Do HVAC Technicians Make?
New schedules combine once a week, campus-based, hands-on lab sessions with online education, InterCoast Colleges reports InterCoast Colleges announced its new hybrid learning schedules for HVAC and electrical training. Hybrid, also known as blended learning, combines multiple teaching models to streamline education and better suit the needs of students. “We’re proud to announce that we… Continue Reading InterCoast Colleges Now Offers HVAC and Electrical Hybrid Learning Programs
Does the idea of sitting at a desk day after day make you squirm? Do you loathe the idea of a traditional office job? Do you want to work in a fast-growing industry with lots of growth potential? If you answered yes to any of these questions, a career as an HVAC (heating, ventilation and… Continue Reading How to Become a HVAC Technician in 5 Simple Steps
InterCoast Colleges Joins NAWIC InterCoast is happy to announce its membership in the National Association of Women in Construction, or NAWIC. This partnership will allow InterCoast to join NAWIC in improving the position of women in the construction industry by educating a new generation of women workers in skilled construction trades. Some people think women… Continue Reading InterCoast Colleges Joins NAWIC (National Association of Women in Construction)
Congratulations! You just completed your heating, ventilation, air conditioning and cooling (HVAC) training program. All of that class time and field training is about to pay off for you. HVAC careers continue to be steady employment in California’s job market. Jobs for HVAC professionals are expected to grow 15 percent from 2016 to 2026. This… Continue Reading 5 Tips for Starting an HVAC Business in California
Are you looking for a new career and thinking about getting into HVAC services? It’s not a bad idea, especially considering the field is expected to continually grow at least 15% by 2026. While it is true that you don’t need any higher education to work in the HVAC field, there are certain traits and… Continue Reading Top 5 Skills You Need to be a Successful HVAC Tech
HVAC technicians have a promising career ahead of them in many cases. Getting your certificate and getting your hands dirty in the field doesn’t require years of education after all. For those of us with a ton of concern about the future, however, it may be time to make sure that the career is looking… Continue Reading Career Forecast: What Does the Future Hold for HVAC Technicians?
In the United States, the HVAC industry employs more than half a million workers and is showing no signs of slowing down. In fact, by the year 2020 the industry is estimated to be worth $130 billion. It’s certainly a career with many potential prospects, whether you see yourself as a future HVAC technician, contractor,… Continue Reading HVAC Training: Vocational Courses Vs Apprenticeships