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If College isn't for you, Consider Getting Certified in HVAC

College is not cheap. The prices are rising and so is student debt. The fear of being unemployed after completing college is very real. College doesn’t have to be for everyone. There are many careers that are rewarding and challenging that don’t require a bachelor’s degree.

Graduating from high school or obtaining your GED is an accomplishment to be proud of. You don’t have to attend a four-year university to find a well-paying career. Technical jobs are in high demand as so many people are attending college right after high school. If you’re looking for a career that pushes you to solve problems and learn daily while using your customer service skills, consider becoming certified in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. Click To Tweet

Job Duties

HVAC  job duties include, but are not limited to the installation, repair, and maintenance of indoor air quality systems. Furthermore, technicians clean and adjust the system for optimum performance while being on call for emergencies. Besides being extremely technical, HVAC excellence requires professional level customer service skills. While most of your time will be spent working on HVAC systems, some of your time will be spent answering customer queries and assisting them with anything related to their air conditioners.

HVAC Training

If the job duties sound like a good fit for you, your next step is to find a reputable training program. Some schools provide you with the information you need to be successful, but also provide hands-on training.

Pro Tip: It’s important to find an HVAC trade school that will give you real-world work experience so that you’re prepared to start a career upon graduation.  

HVAC Certification

After you’ve completed your training, you must get certified. It will probably be part of your graduation requirements to take exams that upon passing will award you the correct types of certifications. Once you’re a certified HVAC technician, you’ll be ready to start an apprenticeship or an entry-level job.

Plan a Successful Future

College isn’t the only path to success. The HVAC industry is always changing and improving to be more energy efficient, so new, young technicians are in high demand. Becoming certified to repair and maintain heating, ventilation and cooling systems can provide you with a rewarding and exciting career for the rest of your working years.

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