Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Gain industry-specific hands-on skills with HVAC Training
With rapid ecological changes in the environment comes a need for more industry experts to keep up with today’s colder and warmer climates. And ever since the first Lincoln Technical Institute campus opened in Newark, NJ in 1946, we’ve been providing HVAC training (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) to thousands of students throughout the United States.
Lincoln's HVAC program introduces students to Green Technology - green alternatives to comfort heating and cooling systems, as well as Solar Thermal and Geothermal Green Technologies. As the first school in the country that incorporates Energy Auditing courses from the Green Mechanical Council, you’ll be learning advancements in technology that enhance your Heating and Air Conditioning training, skills and marketability to employers.
What will HVAC Training teach me?
Some HVAC program and class highlights include:
- Convenient day and evening classes are available.
- Lincoln Technical Institute's HVAC schools in Mahwah and Union, New Jersey and Lincoln College of Technology in Grand Prairie, Texas, and Atlanta, GA have been granted six-year HVAC Excellence Accreditations.
- There are currently only 69 Certified Master HVAC Educators around the country, and 19 of them teach at Lincoln schools. This credential identifies an educator’s professional competency and attests to their commitment to continued professional development.
- Air conditioning, refrigeration, and heating technology programs at Lincoln include energy auditing – establishing the source of energy loss and providing solutions for correcting these problems.
- HVAC classes feature hands-on exercises that take place in a “Green House”, an outdoor mini-house where students physically work on HVAC components.
- Use modern technology in our HVAC schools, such as thermal-imaging cameras to check for energy efficiency.
- Classrooms are set up with labs and lectures equipped with walk-in freezers, household furnaces, central air systems and facilities to simulate duct work.
- Learn how to troubleshoot using SimuTech software, which features computer-based simulation “bugs” and problems you might encounter on the job.
- Receive a tool kit that contains HVAC-specific tools to help with studies.
Career Training at our HVAC Schools
Upon completion of Lincoln’s Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning program, graduates can pursue several other certifications, including Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) certification testing to leverage opportunities working as independent contractors in one or more specific areas of the HVAC market. Plus, did you know Lincoln graduates receive job placement assistance?
To learn more about Lincoln's HVAC training program, offered at various schools across the U.S., contact Lincoln by clicking here.