HVAC in Connecticut
The 12% projected growth in demand for HVAC technicians in Connecticut translates into almost 5,700 positions becoming available in the HVAC field in the state between 2020 and 20301.
Here, the steamy summers can be just as brutal as the frigid winters – so trained HVAC technicians are needed year-round. It’s an ideal time to choose our HVAC school in Connecticut if you’re looking for a new career path, and Lincoln Tech’s campuses in the state have decades of experience preparing students for the field. Choose from training programs available in East Windsor and New Britain.
Lincoln Tech’s HVAC programs focus on energy efficiency and how HVAC techs can address them through energy auditing. Students learn theory in the classrooms and practice hands-on HVAC skills in this Diploma program. Graduates of our HVAC program can also continue their training by applying for the specialized Hussmann partnership program, which can lead to additional job opportunities with a Lincoln Tech partner and worldwide leader.
Highlights of HVAC Technician Training
- Climate control systems
- Heating system controls and mechanics
- Basic refrigeration systems
- Air conditioning system design and layout
- Commercial refrigeration control
- Energy efficiency and green technology systems
New England is projected to need more than 18,000 new HVAC technicians over the next 10 years* – Lincoln Tech’s HVAC schools in Connecticut offer programs that can help you take advantage of these growing opportunities.
Programs vary by campus.
1 National Center for O*NET Development. Connecticut Employment Trends: 49-9021.00 - Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers. O*NET OnLine. Retrieved February 9, 2023, from https://www.onetonline.org/link/localtrends/49-9021.00?st=CT&g=Go
2 The Hussmann partnership program is offered at the Grand Prairie, TX campus in Hussmann’s TechX facility. Please speak with an admissions officer for additional details.