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Los Angeles HVAC Technician Schools
Job Outlook For Los Angeles HVAC Training
This is one of best times to start a heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) career in Los Angeles, California. In July 2006, California was struck with 10 days straight of 100 degree weather. The intense heat overwhelmed air conditioning units and the transformer’s power lines literally blew up. This event quickly increased the demand for HVAC professionals.
Jobs for HVAC mechanics continue to increase by 8.7% and are predicted to expand through 2016 according to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Yearly Income For Los Angeles HVAC Professions
The median yearly income for a HVAC Mechanic I position is $44,764 in Los Angeles, California. HVAC technicians incomes can range from $31,960 for a HVAC technician I to $63,674 for a HVAC Mechanic III technician. These figures were reported in May, 2010 by salary.com. It requires about 5 years of experience to advance to most of the higher level incomes.
Los Angeles HVAC Training
California’s new regulations for the environment also have increased the demand for HVAC mechanics. More HVAC technicians are needed to retrofit present climate control systems and install new systems.
HVAC training can teach you exactly what job skills and knowledge required to be completely prepared to work with air conditioning, heat pump training, heating and ventilation systems. Some of the courses will teach you about:
– Foundations of installation, repair and maintenance
– HVACR system and temperature control concepts and design
– Construction and design of equipment
– Appropriate ventilation and air quality
– Codes for electronics and electrical systems
– Working blueprints
– Parts and tools
– Safe disposal of refrigerant products
You should broaden the scope of your training to include commercial and residential systems. Employers often seek HVAC technicians that possess certificates from the North American Technician Excellence (NATE). California has many schools that provide training for NATE examinations. NATE training can qualify you for higher level HVAC positions.
Los Angeles HVAC Training Schools
Los Angeles Trade-Technical College
400 W Washington Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90015-4181
www.lattc.edu
Westwood College – Los Angeles
19700 S. Vermont Ave. #100
Torrance, CA 90502
(877) 447-8479
www.westwood.edu
East Los Angeles College
1301 Avenida Cesar Chavez –
Monterey Park, CA 91754-6099
(323) 265-8650
www.elac.edu
Financial Aid
Financial through the US government can provide you with students loans, grants, work-study programs and sources for scholarships. You can apply for free at www.fafsa.gov. Ask a College financial aid counselor if the school participates in US Title IV financial assistance programs.
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Old 07-11-2018 , 11:46 AM     Odysseusa est actuellement connect  search   Quote  
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New reports estimate 115,000 HVACR technicians will be needed by 2022 to fill jobs due to anticipated growth in the industry and retirements, yet only 21,000 students graduated from post-secondary HVACR programs in 2015. Without a concerted effort from HVACR employees, manufacturers, engineers, distributers and other related employers the demand for these high-skills jobs will outpace the supply. This gap could leave homeowners, hospitals, schools, virtually any building with heating, air conditioning, hot water or refrigeration out cold for installation, maintenance or retrofitting.
In 2014, there were 220,734 job opening in the entire HVACR sector in the U.S, which encompasses jobs requiring anywhere from diplomas, certificates, or associate/baccalaureate degrees. The majority of these jobs are middle skill positions, such as installation, maintenance and repair of HVACR equipment (over104,000); jobs that cannot be off shored, offer a competitive salary with a strong path to career advancement, such as owning the business. Compare this to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, which states there are a total 267,000 HVACR mechanic and installer jobs in the U.S. This suggests the need is even great than their stated projections.
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