HVAC Education & Training

HVAC schools have long been inclusive and supportive of individuals with prior incarceration histories. These programs provide training and job readiness courses to equip individuals, including those with criminal backgrounds, for a career in HVAC.

Widespread Application & Strong Demand

With training in HVAC, you can learn practical skills for working in residential, commercial, or industrial settings. This includes installing and repairing HVAC equipment, diagnosing system issues, using specialized tools and technology, and managing the business side of HVAC contracting.


Pursuing HVAC education opens doors to various career paths within the industry. Some roles you can consider with HVAC training include:

  • Energy efficiency specialist
  • HVAC installer
  • HVAC project manager
  • HVAC service manager
  • HVAC technician
  • Indoor air quality specialist
  • Refrigeration technician

Other Jobs in HVAC

  • Building automation specialist
  • Energy auditor
  • Facilities manager
  • HVAC engineer
  • HVAC sales representative
  • Sustainability consultant

HVAC Job Outlook

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), HVAC careers, such as HVAC technicians and installers, are projected to grow by 13%, faster than the average for all occupations, reflecting a promising outlook for those entering the HVAC industry.

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