HVAC Education Offers Three Things to Consider When Searching for HVAC Schools
Following Herald Independent’s January 3rd article, entitled “Girls Blaze New Trail Thanks to Career Center,” Arizona HVAC Education offered readers three things to consider in the search for HVAC schools.
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) January 10, 2014
HVAC Education (or Arizona HVAC Education) provided readers with three things that should be considered when searching for an HVAC education institute, including price and reputation. The list was created in response to the January 3rd Herald Independent article, titled “Girls Blaze New Trail Thanks to Career Center.” The article discussed the advent of girls taking on traditionally male-oriented employment roles, including carpentry and HVAC work. In response, HVAC Education encouraged students, male and female alike, to consider the three things below when seeking an HVAC training course.
Kevin Boozer’s Herald Independent article revealed an interesting new trend observed in the career path of young women in South Carolina. Two girls, specifically, are starting career education in arenas most often reserved for men, including HVAC training, carpentry, and metalwork. These girls are taking on the challenges of working in a male-dominated career one day at a time, demonstrating the value of hard work and determination.
When considering a career in the HVAC industry, students would do well to consider the 3 things about HVAC schools below:
1. Cost of the institution. While an education, many argue, is priceless, price should always be a consideration when entering into an education program. If loans must be taken out, for instance, students would do well to consider how long it will take to repay them based on salary projections in their chosen field.
2. Age and reputation of the institution. Although younger schools certainly have their merit, students should first look at well-established educational institutions. This is done for a number of reasons, the two greatest being a long-standing reputation, and greater ease in speaking with former students regarding classes and instructors.
3. Certification period. The amount of time required to complete HVAC certification will depend upon state requirements, time invested, and individual institution programs. When choosing a school, consider which time frame best suits current needs.
Kevin Boozer is a staff writer for Herald Independent, a news source serving South Carolina. The publication has been in existence, under various names, for well over one hundred years.
Arizona HVAC Education provided its readers with three things to consider when seeking out a professional HVAC career. These items are simple in nature, including cost, reputation, and duration of the program. Just as a standard degree differs in content from school to school, HVAC standards differ from program to program, and only a thorough investigation of different programs will determine how to choose the school that best fits the student. Arizona HVAC Education believes that certification from a trusted school is worth the search, and should take top priority when considering an HVAC career.
HVACED.com is an online source of news and information about the HVAC industry, with a focus on education and training. The site offers numerous articles with resources for both consumers and HVAC professionals.
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