Career Training At VTI
At Vocational Training Institute, we know that there is a time and place for theoretical and classroom learning, but also that it can only take you so far when it comes to careers in the trades. You need to be able to get in there, get your hands dirty, and practice the actual skills you’re learning about. We built our HVAC school around that understanding.
Vocational Training Institute’s Welding and HVAC training programs are focused on providing hands-on education in simulated real world environments. We developed our exclusive training methods using the input of experienced mechanical contractors, and our curricula is designed to provide students with the expertise of knowing how to handle all instruments used in the HVAC/R field, including all mechanical and electrical troubleshooting areas
HVAC/R TRAININGThis course provides you with the skills and knowledge to be able to install, maintain, and service HVAC/R equipment. You’ll also study the principles and concepts associated with the EPA Section 608 Universal Certification, which will prepare you to take the EPA Universal examination. When you are interviewing for a job after graduation, that’s one more thing you will have that the competition won’t.
THROUGH THE COURSE
- Learn traditional HVAC fundamentals from expert instructors
- Learn green technology & alternative devices
- Gain troubleshooting, maintenance, and repair skills
- Learn work-safety practices
Certifications and Licensures
As a student in VTI’s HVAC training program, you will learn theory from classroom instruction combined with an abundance of practical learning in our workshops. Our instructors bring years of real-world experience into the workshop and focus on the skills you need to know. Plus, our lifetime job placement assistance, personal job leads, and relocation assistance will help you to not only jump-start your career but help you along the way no matter where life may take you.
VTI is proud to be recognized as a licensed postsecondary education school licensed by the Arizona State Board for Private Postsecondary Education, as well as an approved Ferris State University and ESCO Institute testing and certification center.