Approved by the Texas Workforce Commission
Classes Start January 14, 2020

Come take a tour and get registered for our next 14 week Class

JANUARY 16, 2018 through APRIL 19, 2018 Monday through Thursday Morning Class 9:00 A.M. -1:00 P.M. Evening Class 5:30 P.M. -9:30 P.M.

HOLIDAY: February 19th, no class

HVAC training day and evening classes. We are Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) approved.

Please call 281-580-4239 to schedule a tour or come anytime during the morning or evening class and sit in with us and experience the feel of the classroom, watch the interaction between the Instructor and the Students, and see the actual subject being taught that day.
The Air Conditioning & Heating Technician training program is a
comprehensive 14 week course designed to teach students the
skills and techniques required for entry level employment into the
residential & light commercial heating ventilating and air conditioning {HVAC) field. We approach this with over 90% HANDS ON TRAINING!!!!! combined with class lecture, and interactive discussion. Our students are also exposed to a variety of actual equipment and mock up situations designed to prepare them for fieldwork.

During the class you will study and take the EPA 608 exam and upon successful
completion of our 14 week course you will then receive your HVAC Technician Certificate. Students will leave the class with the knowledge and able to install, service, and
maintain typical air conditioning and heating systems found in the southern en-vironment of the United States. Graduates will find suitable entry level employment with
air conditioning companies, building maintenance departments, high rise building
engineering departments, or other employment where HVAC skills are required.

  • Classes: Monday through Thursday
  • 9:00 A.M. -1:00 P.M. or 5:30 P.M. -9:30 P.M.
  • 14 week course • Limited Classroom Size
  • EPA 608 Exam Included
  • HVAC Technician Certificate
  • Tools and Manual Included
  • 90% Hands on Training
  • Texas Workforce Commission Approved
  • Proctor Site