HVAC-R Program Graduate
Many hard-working people are choosing the field of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVAC-R) to find a steady career and income. Now you can train for an HVAC Certification in Pennsylvania at Fortis and learn more about the job possibilities within this rewarding, hands-on field. Upon graduation, you will have the necessary skills to become an entry-level HVAC technician and start improving the safety and comfort of your community.
HVAC is a high-growth field, offering you stable work and the gratification of knowing you are keeping your neighbors comfortable year round.
At Fortis, we help train individuals with a desire to do hands-on, technical work for HVAC careers. You will graduate from our Pennsylvania HVAC School with the knowledge and skills you need to become an entry-level HVAC technician in commercial, industrial, or residential settings across your city.
As a graduate of Fortis’s HVAC School in Pennsylvania, you will be able to:
HVAC-R Program Graduate
A borough of Luzerne County, Forty Fort is considered one of the most liveable small towns in Pennsylvania. As a tight-knit community, people take care of each other. With a job in HVAC-R, you can make an important contribution to your community while you pursue a worthwhile, long-term career.
There is growing demand for trained HVAC technicians in Forty Fort due to local weather patterns. Summers are warm and rainy while the winters are freezing and snowy. When you complete your HVAC Certification in PA, you will learn how to keep heating and cooling systems running year round.
Upon graduation, you can pursue employment as an entry-level HVAC technician with one of Forty Fort’s major local employers. Some include Sordoni Construction Services, Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center, and sports entertainment franchises.
While you are enrolled at Fortis here in Forty Fort, you might try canoeing on the Susquehanna River. There are also plenty of opportunities for sports fans to check out hockey games and dirt-bike racing.
Once you complete your PA HVAC Certification, you will have the training and skills you need to step into a reliable career field. Technicians may find jobs within:
Whichever path you choose, our career services department is here to help you transition from student to technician.
The Fortis HVAC School in Forty Fort, Pennsylvania is conveniently located off US Route 11 near PA 309, making it easy for students to access from the local communities of Wyoming, Plains Township, Kingston, Swoyersville, and more.
From Trucksville: Get on PA-309 N toward Harris Hill Rd. Take Carverton Rd. to PA-309 S and proceed to Forty Fort. Turn left on Slocum St.
From Plymouth: Get on US-11 N/Narrows Rd. Turn left on Slocum St.
Programs vary by state and campus. Not all programs are offered at all locations. Contact local campus for accreditation information.
To learn more about the field of HVAC-R, we suggest reading several of our blog articles including Four Things HCAVR Techs Love about Their Jobs, The Career Path for HVAC, and Celebrating National HVAC Technicians Day.
You can begin the admissions process right now by completing our online Information Request Form or by calling us at 855.436.7847. You will be able to talk with an admissions advisor who can help you.
Our instructors are experienced and knowledgeable professionals who truly care about your success. They not only deliver a comprehensive curriculum, but they may also share stories about their work as HVAC technicians to help students learn more about the career they are preparing to enter.
Most of our programs are eligible for Title IV funding. Financial Aid is available to those who qualify. During the admissions process you will meet with a Financial Aid Advisor who can help you.
Yes! Our Career Services department works with every student on their job search. We work as a team to empower our graduates with the skills necessary to approach a job interview ready for success.
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