The Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning program at Johnson College provides students with the skills needed for entry-level positions in installing, repairing and troubleshooting various heating and cooling equipment. Students work with industry-standard tools associated with oil and gas furnaces, refrigeration units, and air conditioning equipment.
Johnson College provides hands-on experience with the same technology and equipment you’ll be using in the field.
Class of 2012
Job opportunities for our graduates include Heating Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Mechanics, Installers; Geothermal Installers, and control technicians.
Typical employers in the HVAC trade career include custom job shops; research laboratories; wholesale and retail sales.
At Johnson College you will be working with equipment the same as you will find in your field of study. These are a few of the manufacturers you will encounter.
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