According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of HVAC and refrigeration systems mechanics and installers is expected to grow 34% by 2020. That's great news for prospective students seeking HVAC training in Pittsburgh, Essington or Baltimore.
With the introduction of computer-controlled heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration systems, increasingly advanced technology is required to control indoor climate conditions, production processes and food preservation. All-State HVAC schools in PA and MD offer programs designed to provide you the hands-on training you'll need to work in HVACR, including:
• Air conditioning
• Control systems
• Heat pumps
• Heat systems
This program is also designed to prepare you for the Environmental Protection Agency's Refrigerant Transition and Recovery Certification test, which can greatly enhance your employment opportunities and marketability in the industry. Graduates of this program will receive a diploma and have the skills they need to land an entry-level job.
When it comes to choosing Pittsburgh, Essington or Baltimore schools with HVAC and refrigeration training, we understand you have options. That's why the dedicated instructors at All-State make it their mission to help support you after graduation with employment assistance services, which include:
• Interview techniques and interpersonal relations instruction
• Job leads, classroom presentations and career fairs
• Training on how to ask for an interview by telephone
• Training on how to fill out employment applications
For more information, contact All-State using the form above.
Not all programs offered at all campus locations