Get Career-Ready with Bryan University’s HVAC Training Diploma Program
As businesses and individuals continue to place focus on “going green,” the demand for trained professionals is on the rise to install and maintain more advanced HVAC systems. With the hands-on HVAC training you can receive from Bryan’s diploma program, in less than a year, you can gain the tools needed to begin a new career in the industry.
Apply Your Skills to a Growing Field
Almost every home, office building, school and restaurant has an HVAC system to keep indoor temperatures regulated. To maintain these systems, technicians dedicated to their HVAC career are needed. As HVAC equipment becomes more efficient, consumers transition away from older, less environmentally-friendly HVAC systems and, instead, prefer installing newer, more efficient systems.
At Bryan University, our program is designed to fast-track your training and get you the real-world experience you will need for your future career. After completion of this program, your knowledge and skill level should put you a step ahead of the competition.
With our HVAC Training Program,
You Won’t Jump Through Hoops for Your Career.
The Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Diploma program is designed to prepare you to graduate with the theory and knowledge to work in the field as an entry-level HVAC technician or other field-related industries. At Bryan University, your training will focus on residential HVAC applications. If you’re interested in adding another skill to your resume, EPA certification is offered at Bryan.
At Bryan, you don’t have to jump through hoops for your career. Here, you can learn the essentials to become an HVAC technician and begin working.
The Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Diploma curriculum includes:
With a Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Diploma, you can start your career as a technician and gain the opportunity to learn and take on additional responsibility, begin to prioritize and manage job calls and, with dedication and hard work, potentially even work your way up the company.
HVAC Career Opportunities
Having an HVAC degree is likely to be a promising investment and should offer you a stable career.
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An HVAC career typically includes the following responsibilities:
Use blueprints to repair or install HVAC systems
Connect these systems to water and fuel supply lines
Inspect customers’ HVAC systems
Test individual components to determine what repairs may be necessary
Repair or replace defective parts
Provide recommendations to improve efficiency by determining HVAC/R systems’ energy use
Install electrical wiring and test for functionality
With HVAC training from Bryan’s Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Diploma program, you can begin your career as an HVAC technician.
“The instructors know the information to help get you going in your career!”Shannon Long, HVAC/R - Graduate
Skills You Can Gain from Bryan University
An HVAC training program can provide you with the practical skills necessary to work in the field as an entry-level air conditioning, heating and refrigeration technician or other field-related industries.
Things you will learn about in our HVAC program include:
At Bryan, you can gain a strong foundation upon which to build your HVAC career. There are many reasons why an HVAC technician career is a good move. With a competitive salary and room for growth, you can receive your HVAC training and start working.
Interested in a more advanced HVAC training program? Take a look at our Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology Associate of Applied Science degree program and begin your career in less than a year.
Getting Started at Bryan University
Now that you know what our Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Diploma program offers and what career opportunities are out there—it’s time to get started on your HVAC training!
This program is offered at the Bryan University Topeka, Kansas location.
For more information about Bryan University graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed our programs, transferability of credits and other important information, please visit our website at http://www.bryanu.edu/consumer-information.