HVACR

Keep everyone cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Become a HVACR technician.

$22.28

Median Hourly Earnings

HVACR Installer/Technician
966 Annual Job Openings projected through 2022
All wage and employment data is specific to the region and
taken from EMSI June 2019. Your starting salary may vary.
We live in a climate where heating and air conditioning are a necessity, so the demand for HVACR technicians is always high.
 
Start your HVACR career by taking one of the following courses:
Air Conditioning and Refrigeration—Introduction
This course can prepare you for an entry-level air conditioning position as an apprentice, using the principles of refrigeration and air conditioning for the repair of residential refrigerators and air conditioners (up to five-ton). EPA-approved testing for Types I, II, III and IV equipment technicians is included.
EPA-Approved Refrigerant Containment Course and Test
EPA-approved training and testing procedures meet requirements for Types I, II, III and IV equipment technicians. Learn the proper handling of refrigerants controlled by EPA regulations under Section 608 of the Clean Air Act of 1990.
Maryland Stationary Engineer's I Certification Preparation
Review basic boiler construction, boiler care and operation, water chemistry treatment, hydronic heating systems, basic electrical, refrigeration and HVAC systems, fire prevention and safety ASME code requirements.
Maryland Stationary Engineer's II Certification Preparation
Investigate the major aspects of steam boiler operations and accessories; combustion and computer-assisted combustion controls; water chemistry and treatment; basic electrical, refrigeration and HVAC systems; and fire prevention and safety. Prepare for the Maryland stationary engineer's certification examination (grades 1-3). Prerequisite: "Maryland Stationary Engineer's I Certification Preparation" or permission of instructor.

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