To build a successful career as an HVAC technician, there is a lot you need to know. Luckily, you’ve come to the right place for a rundown of the skills and knowledge you’ll need to succeed. We’ll get started with the obvious ones and move down the list to other things you might not expect.
As an HVAC technician, you’ll need to know the ins and outs of working on a furnace. This includes the pilot light and other components that are key to a furnace heating a home.
Vents carry hot and cold air throughout a home and heat or cool it centrally. Vents also carry air back into HVAC systems to continue heating or cooling the area.
Air conditioning is the other half of many HVAC systems, especially in homes. Whether you’re working on a window unit in an apartment or the other half of an AC/furnace combo, a working knowledge of air conditioners is crucial for you to succeed.
Refrigeration systems are often included with HVAC work. HVAC technicians take calls to work on everything from commercial coolers to refrigerators in homes.
Installing HVAC systems is one of the biggest duties HVAC technicians take on. In order to install furnaces and air conditioners properly, you need to know how they function inside and out.
Coyne’s knowledgeable instructors will teach you the trade in a course program you can finish in as little as 42 weeks. With hard work and dedication, you can be ready to enter an in-demand field upon graduation.
Don’t wait. The next session starts 01/06.
To enroll or learn more, visit coynecollege.edu or call 800-720-3990 today!