When looking at prospective jobs, you debate whether or not it is a smart career move and consider quality traits like job security, growth, and long-term stability in the industry. The great aspect of the HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) field is that it has the potential to be needed throughout the year, in multiple weather conditions. Hot weather calls for air conditioning, cold weather necessitates heating and in-door commercial businesses use HVAC services all year long to keep their employees and customer comfortable. What does this mean for you? It means that qualified HVAC technicians may be needed throughout the seasons and could offer job stability.
Based on the national average income for HVAC from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, an HVAC Technician can earn an average wage anywhere between $30,000 to over $70,000. Many of the responsibilities of an HVAC Technician will include examining equipment, diagnosing and troubleshooting the issue. Once the technician discovers what the issue is, he/she will provide a repair quote and work to repair or replace the mechanical components or wiring concerns. A HVAC technician should have proper certification or an associate's degree from an accredited HVAC school.
HVAC is a great career for those who enjoy problem solving and finding a solution! Whether it’s building HVAC equipment from scratch or the appreciation of a satisfied customer, our training program equips students with the skills to become a successful HVAC technician.
Our SBBCollege HVAC Training Program prepares students for careers as HVAC professionals. From day one, students begin developing an essential HVAC knowledge set. Throughout the HVAC technician training program, students become proficient in carrying out preventative maintenance tasks and inspections, repairing and replacing defective equipment, components, and wiring HVAC equipment, and diagnosing and troubleshooting problems in equipment commonly used in residential, commercial and industrial structures.
Three factors that sets our program apart from others:
HVAC training is held at the SBBCollege campuses in Bakersfield, Ventura, Rancho Mirage and Santa Maria. For more information on the SBBCollege HVAC school in your community, call 866-749-SBBC. Classes start soon.