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Career Spotlight: HVAC Technician

Career Spotlight HVAC Technician - Florida Career College

 WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT WHEN TRAINING TO BECOME AN HVAC TECHNICIAN AT FLORIDA CAREER COLLEGE:

Hands-On Training

Our HVAC training program consists of much more than bookwork.  Whether you’re learning about compressors and switches or refrigeration mechanics, you’ll be in an environment where you can actively take part in your education.  FCC curriculum trains you to provide skilled service for a variety of HVAC systems, as well as common diagnostic, repair, and maintenance tasks.

Experienced Faculty

At FCC, our faculty is well-versed in the different components of HVAC systems.  During your training, you will learn methodology, principles, and tools and techniques you will need in order to be successful.  HVAC instructors direct and supervise you as you are trained in subjects such as electrical controls, motors, refrigeration systems, heating systems, air conditioning systems, and servicing procedures.

Important Characteristics

Check out our HVAC Infographic to learn more about the Important Qualities of a Successful HVAC Technician.

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Florida Career HVAC Technician

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