Opening it's first HVAC campus in Newark NJ in 1946, Lincoln Tech has been at the forefront of training new technicians for over 75 years. Lincoln focuses on technological developments in environmental technology and prepares students to enter the field with a strong foundational knowledge of climate control and hands-on skills to match it. Lincoln Tech incorporates Energy Auditing courses from the Green Mechanical Council into the program course load so students can become familiarized with these advancements.
Lincoln Tech's HVAC school in Mahwah, New Jersey has been granted six-year HVAC Excellence Accreditation.
Additionally, there are currently only 129 Certified Master HVAC Educators in the United States, and 37 of them teach at Lincoln schools. This credential identifies an educator’s professional competency and attests to their commitment to continued professional development.
Tools that you'll learn to use in your training:
- Thermal imaging cameras
- Volt Ohmmeters
- Wire strippers
- Manifold gauge sets
- Low loss fittings
- Specialized pliers and screwdrivers
The campus features an on-site energy auditing trainer, known as the “Green House,” to give you hands-on instruction in testing and troubleshooting for energy efficiency. HVAC training includes Energy Auditing Courses from the Green Mechanics Council, and graduates can even apply for advanced training in the specialized Hussmann partnership program at Lincoln Tech in Grand Prairie, TX, which could lead to greater career possibilities.
With so much opportunity projected in this field throughout New Jersey and New York, the Mahwah campus has everything you need to train, build skills, and get hired. And who knows – one day you might join the ranks of our New Jersey grads who have started their own HVAC businesses.
Call or visit our Mahwah, NJ campus today to get started.
1 National Center for O*NET Development. New Jersey Employment Trends: 49-9021.00 - Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers. O*NET OnLine. Retrieved January 7, 2022, from https://www.onetonline.org/link/localtrends/49-9021.00?st=NJ&g=Go