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Specialty HVAC / Heating and Refrgeration Mechanic / Technician
Official Resource ACCA http://www.acca.org
HVAC is an abbreviation for Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning. HVAC Contractors specialize in the installation and maintenance of furnaces, boilers, heat pumps and central air conditioners.
HVAC Technicians are one of the fastest-growing segment of the economy. With no possibility of "offshoring," the HVACR industry offers a secure, well-paying future to men and women who enjoy a technical challenge.
Jobs in the $150 billion-a-year HVACR industry are predicted to increase into the 21st Century, as demand grows for industrial, commercial, and residential climate control systems. To maintain or replace older comfort systems, additional new jobs will be created. HVACR career salaries range from $25,000 - $100,000 a year. Sales and business HVACR jobs offer similar compensation. The growing demand for CAD (computer-aided design) specialists has led to higher salaries, often beginning at $40,000 per year.
To get started, you should take the following courses in high school:
CAD (Computer-Aided Design)
Sales and Marketing
Math - algebra and geometry
The stronger your training, the greater your chance for advancement.
Move forward in the HVACR industry by either taking HVACR courses in high school or, once you get out of high school, in a public or private post secondary HVACR training program.