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COVID-19 UPDATE: We Are Currently Open and Accepting New Students!

Your New Career in the HVAC & Electrical Industry Starts Here

At Capstone College, we believe it’s never too late to change your career path. We will help you get the proper training needed to become an essential, in-demand worker in the electrician and HVAC field in one year or less. We’re excited to help you reach your career goals and start living the fulfilling life you deserve.

For over 33 years, Capstone College in Pasadena, CA has been providing outstanding career-focused training in the HVAC and Electrical industries. Our students gain real-world, hands-on experience with training delivered by licensed contractors.

The Federal Government has classified HVAC Technicians and Electricians as “Essential Workers” to maintain critical infrastructure and provide services allowing us all to stay safe in our homes and businesses. Our job placement Department receives daily requests from private companies, contractors and government agencies seeking graduate referrals. No matter what area of HVAC or Electrical you want to specialize, we can help you get there!

The County of Los Angeles and the City of Pasadena have permitted Capstone College to continue in-person training and instruction for students joining this critical and essential workforce. Safety is our top priority. We adhere to all recommendations and practices provided by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the Pasadena Department of Health for mitigation.

Our Programs


Our 8-month HVAC Technician Program is designed to provide graduates with the skills and hands-on training to obtain a rewarding career in Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning installation, maintenance, and service. Upon completion, graduates can become EPA certified and leverage numerous career opportunities in the HVAC industry.

Electrician Program

Our Electrician Program is designed to provide graduates with the skills and hands-on training to obtain employment in the electrical field as a residential, commercial, or industrial electrician. Course work includes safety, electrical theory, blueprints, and the planning, layout and installation of electrical wiring equipment, and fixtures, according to based National Electrical Codes.


8-Month HVAC Technician Program

Monday, October 18th, 2021 – Day

Thursday, October 21st, 2021 – Night

Monday, November 1st, 2021 – Day

Wednesday, December 1st, 2021 – Day

Tuesday, December 7th, 2021 – Night

9-Month Electrician Program

Wednesday, November 3rd, 2021 – Day

Thursday, November 11th, 2021 – Night

Tuesday, December 14th, 2021 – Day

How Capstone College Works For You

  • Financial Aid Available
  • Be job-ready in 8 months
  • Personalized Job Placement Department
  • Essential job opportunities across the US
  • Students go on real-world service calls in the field
  • Approved by LA County to offer in-person training
  • Hands-On Training by Industry Contractors & Professionals


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