HVAC Technician

HVAC Technicians can earn an average of $21 an hour in the State of CA. (BLS, 2014)

Why Choose Capstone College?

  • Smaller Classes
  • On Site Testing
  • Financial Aid Available
  • Hands On Training
  • Classes By Industry Experts
  • Job Placement Assistance Upon Graduation
Must Have High School Diploma or GED

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About Our Program

The Heating and ventilation career / HVAC Technician Program at Capstone College is designed to provide students with the basic knowledge, skills, work habits, and practical applications of HVAC/R systems required for entry-level employment in today’s HVAC /R industry. Also Students will be provided the training and practical applications on the basic HVAC/R processes in a real-world, hands-on laboratory environment on the same equipment used by business and industry and to be able to efficiently perform the entry-level duties required in the HVAC/R Industry.

What Do HVAC Technicians Do?

  • Install or repair HVAC Systems
  • Test and prepare for proper operation
  • Inspect HVAC systems for customers
  • Perform installation, service, or repair of heating, air conditioning systems or refrigeration systems
  • Read and follow blueprints to install or repair HVAC systems
  • Install electrical wiring and controls and test for proper operation
  • Repair or replace parts of the system that are worn out
  • Make recommendations to customers on systems
  • Test individual HVAC components to determine necessary repairs
  • Repair or replace worn or defective parts
  • Documents actions by completing equipment records and procedures

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Testimonials


“Capstone College is like family to me, I learned all different styles and models of commercial heating and air conditioning equipment. Everyday was very productive and a lot of fun.”

– Daniel Burke

“At Capstone College once you’ve mastered the basics of HVAC systems, you have the option of gaining additional certification. Capstone College was just the beginning of a very long and promising career as an HVAC Technician.”

– Ryan Smith