Master HVAC Instructors Teach at Lincoln Tech Campuses
The country’s top HVAC instructors can earn the CMHE title – Certified Master HVACR Educator – from HVAC Excellence, one of the nation’s largest and oldest skilled trade accrediting bodies. To gain CMHE credentials, instructors need to pass a series of complex exams and demonstrate the highest levels of competency with hands-on HVAC skills. It’s no small feat to become a CMHE, and Lincoln Tech is proud to call many of these talented individuals our instructors.
You’ll find CMHEs teaching future HVAC technicians at several campuses around the country – including locations that offer housing assistance, so no matter where you’re from, you’ll have the opportunity to train with a member of this select group. Only approximately 100 HVAC instructors across the country hold the CMHE distinction, and Lincoln Tech schools employ more than any other career training institute!
What it takes to become a Certified Master HVACR Educator
In order to become fully certified as a CMHE, instructors must successfully complete exams in the following areas:
- Teaching Methodologies, Principles, and Practices
- Air Conditioning
- Light Commercial Air Conditioning
- Light Commercial Refrigeration
- Electric Heat
Candidates also must complete at least one additional exam in the area of gas heat, oil heat, or heat pumps.
Master HVAC Educators Uphold the Lincoln Tech Tradition
Lincoln Tech’s first campus opened in 1946 with a mission to serve the nation’s veterans as they returned home from overseas. Located on historic Market Street in Newark, NJ, the school exclusively offered training for heating and air conditioning careers. The industry has evolved in amazing ways over the last 73 years, and its most recent advances have been in the areas of energy efficiency and environmentally-friendly “green” technologies. Many campuses offer training in on-site energy auditing houses where these advanced HVAC skills are put to the test. The Grand Prairie and Mahwah campuses also hold programmatic accreditation from HVAC Excellence.
With more than 380,000 positions projected to open across the country by 2026*, this field offers excellent employment potential after graduation. Train with Master HVAC instructors, and you’ll have the tools you need to help overcome the nation’s skills gap and help employers nationwide build workforces for the modern, technologically-advanced HVAC industry.
*Source: www.careeronestop.org for the years 2016-2026.