Get HVAC Skills Training in 9-Months
Training at Valley College is the first step in your journey towards becoming an in-demand HVAC Technician*. Whether you want to train for a new career, or you are looking for advancement with your current employer, Valley College is ready to equip you with the skills you need!
The Valley College HVAC program can give you the hands-on training and professional support it takes to pursue an active, rewarding career, without spending years in school.
Learning the HVAC Skills
HVAC maintenance and repair is a hands-on job, and at Valley College we believe that’s how it should be taught.
As a student in this program you’ll spend as much time as necessary up on your feet working in our on-site workshops. Due to the technical nature of the work, some time will be spent in the classroom, but that classroom learning is quickly reinforced through practical experience on real industry equipment.
This program is led by respected HVAC professionals, with years of experience on the job. As a student you’ll receive the up-to-date skills it takes to succeed in the field.
Areas of focus include:
- Blueprints and Plans
- Air Conditioning
- Heating Systems and Boilers
- Commercial Systems
- Safety & Handling Regulations
Plus, you’ll also receive career development guidance & support so you can make the most of your HVAC training and feel fully prepared to make the transition from student to working professional.
Get Started Today!
If you’re interested in learning more about your possible career opportunities in the in-demand HVAC field, and exploring whether this is the right career field for you, fill out the sign-up form on this page to receive more information.
To speak to a friendly and knowledgeable Admissions Rep, call the Valley College campus nearest you.
Program Disclosures – Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning (HVAC)
*The journey begins with an entry level job as an HVAC Technician in Training as defined in West Virginia regulations. New graduates from HVAC training institutions are not required to be licensed in order to work on HVAC systems and equipment. However, they will need to work under the direct observation of contractors who are required to be licensed by the State’s contractor licensing board. Training at Valley College qualifies for up to 900 hours toward completion of the 8,000 hours of experience and/or training required before eligibility to take the license examination to become an HVAC Technician in the state of WV. For more information please visit www.wvlabor.com.