HVAC Training Programs


Find an HVAC training program at an accredited trade school or technical college near you. General study associate’s degree programs or NATE and EPA classes are available. There are no completely online HVAC programs but some schools have part classroom and part online courses. Use the search application to choose a local school and get information from them.

The 7 basic prerequisites if you want to become an HVAC technician.

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

What HVAC Technicians Do

HVAC technicians provide service to residential and commercial buildings climate control systems: heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning units. The HVAC technician may be needed to repair, replace, or install the components that supply the heating and cooling to buildings. The HVAC technician must be certified and follow government regulations pertaining to the heating and cooling industry.

HVAC trade schools across the US:

HVAC Trade School Cost: Minimum of 6 months – $1,200-$15,000, Licensing fee: $75-$300; Certification fee: $155-$205

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