Construction industry is currently generating a number of jobs in Central Florida
November 9, 2016
Florida Technical College (FTC) Kissimmee Campus officially opened its new Construction Trade and Technology Education Center. The facilities are a modern training ground for a number of construction disciplines, including HVAC, electrical, and welding.
This workshop took the unique approach of gathering HVAC educators and presenters from all across the country and allowing them to share thoughts, opinions, ideas, and lessons to help shape the future of the industry.
Certificate program to help meet the need for HVAC technicians
September 7, 2016
Centura College’s Richmond campus has announced a new Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Certificate program. Through this training, students will work hands-on with air conditioning and heating systems, residential and commercial refrigeration, heat pumps, hydronics, and more.
Gives students the ability to add valuable field experience to their classroom curriculum
June 27, 2016
HomeServe USA, a provider of home repair service plans, announced a pilot program with Lincoln Technical Institute, Union, New Jersey, that will enable students to gain real-world experience in the HVAC field by allowing them to shadow HomeServe certified technicians.
Chapman Heating and Air Conditioning supports well-trained HVAC technicians through donation
February 18, 2016
An Indiana Bryant dealer’s equipment donation to a local training institute will help ensure that the next generation of HVAC technicians is familiar with the latest energy-efficient technology. Chapman Heating and Air Conditioning donated a Bryant multi-head ductless split to the Midwest Technical Institute (MTI) in Brownsburg, Indiana.
Intended for use by HVAC instructors at vocational schools and community colleges
October 30, 2015
ACCA announced that it has developed free lesson plans to assist in teaching ACCA Manuals J, D, and S to HVAC students. The lesson plans are intended for use by HVAC instructors at vocational schools and community colleges as a method of introducing their students to industry-accepted procedures for system design.