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- HVAC Technician
- Environmental Technician
- Service Technician
- Commercial Refrigeration Technician
Average Salary: $45,110
The median annual wage for career opportunities from this program, according to the US Department of Labor and Bureau of Labor Statistics.
100%* Job Placement Rate
The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) estimates a 34% increase in heating and cooling jobs through 2020. The industry is growing, and the demand for qualified people both in the field and in the office is creating an interesting set of diverse HVACR positions. New career paths for the HVACR industry include energy auditor, green-technology specialist, and equipment performance-testing specialist to name a few.
The Mitchell Technical Institute Heating and Cooling Technology program provides students with skills and knowledge in mechanics, electricity and sheet metal. Students also receive extensive training in energy management and environmental controls technology to include renewable energy resources such as geothermal and solar technology. Laboratory time is spent installing and servicing heating and cooling systems, as well as designing and forming sheet metal patterns for ductwork.
Graduates are prepared for an expanding field that includes jobs in sales, service, installation and industrial maintenance for a company or as a self-employed contractor. Some typical jobs include service or installation technician, sales, service trainer, industrial maintenance, supervisor, manufacturer’s representative or business owner.
Students may complete the first year of the curriculum and earn a one-year diploma.
Our instructors are NATE certified proving that they are the finest in the industry and proudly display the NATE logo—a symbol recognized throughout the industry as the mark of technician excellence.
*Placement data is gathered through graduate surveys, faculty-collected data, and phone surveys started after six months of graduation. In 2017, 12 of the 12 graduates responded to the survey. Employment/Continuing Education rate is figured by: (graduates employed or continuing education)/(responding graduates who are seeking employment and are not in military service).