• Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning Technology (HVAC)


    Often called heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVAC) technicians, include knowledge and work on systems that control the temperature and air quality in buildings. HVAC technicians work mostly in homes, schools, hospitals, office buildings, or factories. Their worksites may be very hot or cold because the heating and cooling systems they must repair may not be working properly and because some parts of these systems are located outdoors.

    Industry-based Certifications

    • CERTIFICATION: NCCER Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning Level 1
    • INDUSTRY AUTHORIZING CERTIFICATION: National Center for Construction Education and Research

    More Information (.pdf)

    • TEA HVAC – Provides postsecondary options, job growth, salary ranges, and expanded learning opportunities.
    • CTE SOUTH SAN COURSE CATALOG – Provides course requirements and recommended electives.


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