A common complaint throughout the HVACR industry is that when new technicians enter the industry, they don’t have the skills and knowledge that employers expect. One area where this is evident is in the field of compressor service.
Program Will Prepare Students for Careers as HVACR Technicians
June 20, 2014
Tidewater Community College (TCC) will begin offering an associate degree in Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Maintenance Technology (HVACR) with the start of fall classes on Aug. 25.
Coyne College, a leader in education and training for HVAC and refrigeration and other career fields, announced that representatives from more than 45 companies located throughout metropolitan Chicago will attend a career fair for current Coyne students and graduates.
Foundation Looks to Educate a Greater Number of Qualified Professionals
August 21, 2013
The HVACR Workforce Development Foundation announced that it has welcomed four new members to its board of trustees. The foundation’s objectives are to raise awareness of the HVACR and water heating industry; create interest in the industry as a career; and enhance the quality and quantity of the available workforce.
Coyne College, a leader in education and training for HVACR, electrical construction and maintenance, pharmacy technician, medical assisting, and medical billing/coding, announced that representatives from more than 25 companies located throughout the Chicago area will attend a career fair for current students and graduates.
It’s a place where faculty and staff help out students, as well as graduates, both inside and outside of the classroom. And while the school itself has been around a long time, the school combines traditional and new methodologies when it comes to recruiting and teaching students.
People tend to gravitate toward Michael Leonard. It’s this approachability, combined with unmatched industry knowledge, endless hours of dedicated service, and a burning desire to bolster the industry’s next generation that has earned Leonard the distinction of The NEWS’ Best Instructor.