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HVAC Training

HVAC training is offered by unions, trade schools and local community colleges. Unions offer on the job training via their apprenticeship programs. Some apprenticeship programs can run as long as five years. Trade schools and community colleges offer degree programs while teaching individuals about the ins and outs of the HVAC trade. A community college may offer a better program than a trade school if the individual is looking to continue their education later in life. If attending a community college while training for HVAC you will earn an associates degree which will most likely be transferable to a four year program.

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Sheet Metal$43k/annually
Insulation$36k/annually
Laborers$30k/annually
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