HVAC Training Programs

Find a trade school near you with HVAC technician training programs. There are no completely online HVAC programs but some schools have part classroom and part online programs.

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HVAC Trade Schools

All State Career School

Altierus Career College

Arizona Automotive Institute

Aviation Institute of Maintenance

Career College of Northern Nevada

Centura College

Dawn Career Institute

Delta Technical Institute

Eastwick College

Florida Career College


Helms College

Institute of Technology

Intercoast College

Interactive College of Technology

Lincoln Technical Institute

Midwest Technical Institute

New England Tractor Trailer Training School

Platt College

Porter & Chester Institute

San Joaquin Valley College

South Texas Vocational Technical Institute

Southern Careers Institute

Southern Technical College

Sullivan University

The Refrigeration School

Tidewater Tech

UEI College

Vista College

Wichita Technical Institute

YTI Career Institute

All HVAC trade schools are not listed here, use the search application to find your local school.

Prerequisites for Becoming an HVAC technician.

  1. High school diploma or GED
  2. Pass basic math test
  3. Valid driver’s license
  4. Attend a trade school/apprenticeship
  5. Get your State license
  6. Get EPA certification

How long is HVAC training? At trade schools or technical colleges programs range from 10 weeks certificate training to 2 years associate’s degree. At a community college programs are 1-2 years.

How much is HVAC training? Tuition for a 9 month to 1 year HVAC trade school program averages between $15,000 and $20,000.

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Read What Does an HVAC Technician Do? to learn more about the job.


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