Air Conditioning Technology

Air Conditioning Technology

Air Conditioning Technology

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Help Keep Houston Cool

If you’re interested in the air conditioning technology industry, you are definitely in the right place. Houston has been touted as “the most air-conditioned city in the world.” Air conditioning has become a necessity that everyone needs, every day, all day and all night. It is essential to the functioning of homes, schools, offices, hospitals, businesses and every other place where humans dwell. Air conditioning technology is also a young and evolving industry involving new technologies, new energy sources and new movements toward higher air quality and health.

In as little as 16 weeks, you can earn an occupational certificate, as well as an EPA Universal License. With these credentials, you will be licensed and certified by the state of Texas to operate as a Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration technician.

Enter a High-Demand Field

Graduates of the air conditioning (HVACR) program will be entering a high-demand field with excellent wage earning potential. Presently, industry advisors say the industry demand for technicians has a 10-year backlog. Enter our program and we will prepare you to profit in this big-time business.

 

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Contact Info: 
Name: 
Michael Varnell, Chair - North Campus
Phone: 
281-998-6150 x 7343
Name: 
Benjamin Ficklin, Faculty - North Campus
Phone: 
281-998-6150 x 7264
Name: 
Mary Lindsay, Chair - South Campus
Phone: 
281-998-6150 x 3587
Name: 
Jimmy Fairleigh, Faculty - South Campus
Name: 
Barry Mackebon, Faculty - South Campus
Phone: 
281-998-6150 x 3777

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