Use the search application to find a Washington D.C. trade school with accredited HVAC technician programs. Associate’s degree programs and certificate training classes are available, depending on your location. There are no completely online HVAC programs available but some schools have part-online programs.
“HVAC is considered to be one of the best-paid skilled labor careers. The median pay, or the collected average of all HVAC technicians, is $45,910.”
What HVAC Technicians Do
“HVAC technicians work on equipment that controls the air environment within a building. Whether it’s industrial HVAC systems or residential split systems, today’s “air conditioner repair man” is a highly skilled, technically adept trades-person.”
How Much is HVAC Training
|Education||Length of Training||Cost of School||Licensing Fee||Certification Fee|
|Trade School||Minimum of 6 months||$1,200-$15,000||$75-$300||$155-$205|
|Community College||Up to 2 years||$15,000-$35,000||$75-$300||$155-$205|
Featured Washington D.C. Trade Schools with HVAC Courses
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Listed Washington D.C. colleges are accredited and offer financial aid assistance if you qualify.