HVAC-R Program Graduate
If you are interested in finding technical, hands-on work in a stable career field, you might want to consider heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVAC-R). In this field, you will help ensure that internal heating, cooling, and ventilation systems run smoothly year round in all kinds of buildings. Most importantly, HVAC technicians have the ability to earn a good living to provide for themselves and their families.
As an entry-level HVAC technician, you will make a meaningful impact on your city by keeping residents comfortable and safe all year long. You can start preparing for this in-demand position in our Utah HVAC Training program.
After graduating from Fortis, you will have the required skills and training to pursue employment in the high-growth field of HVAC-R. With mechanics and technicians in high demand across the state, this is the perfect time to pursue your HVAC-R education.
Our HVAC School in Utah will prepare you for:
Fortis’ HVAC School in Utah combines classroom time and lab work to teach you the skills you need to find entry-level HVAC employment upon graduation.
HVAC-R Program Graduate
Salt Lake City is the dynamic capital city of Utah and vital to the state’s economy. Within Utah, it is often listed as one the top 5 cities to live. For these reasons, Salt Lake City is a great option for aspiring professionals.
Here in Salt Lake City, there is a tremendous need year round for skilled HVAC technicians to service residential, commercial, and industrial facilities. You might seek employment with the state, the county, or the Salt Lake City School District. Other major local employers include Delta Airlines, Cordant Technologies, and the University of Utah.
HVAC technicians are further in demand due to Salt Lake City’s cold, snowy winters and hot summers. Given these temperature fluctuations across the seasons, there is a consistent need for skilled mechanics who can keep building systems in working order. Fortis will prepare you to rise to the challenge of HVAC work and ultimately find employment.
Salt Lake City is perhaps best known as the headquarters of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, but the city has plenty more to offer in terms of basketball, museums, and art galleries. And, if you are willing to drive just outside the city limits, you can visit several national parks, such as Wasatch-Cache National Forest, the scenic home of more than 1,000 ponds, small lakes, and rivers.
Fortis’ HVAC School in Utah will help you develop the relevant, in-demand skills you will need to break into the HVAC field. To further your success, we offer career-readiness services, supporting you either to secure employment with an existing company or strike out on your own as an independent HVAC entrepreneur.
You will find Fortis’ Salt Lake City campus located within the Woodlands Business Park. Our location is convenient for students commuting from Downtown, Alpine Meadows, West Jordan, Holladay, and Cottonwood Heights.
From Downtown Salt Lake City: Take I-15S/I-80. Continue to UT-71S/S 700 E. Take exit 125 from I-80 E. Follow UT-71S/S 700 E to our campus in Millcreek.
From Alpine Meadows: Take UT-209 to UT-71 S/S 700 E. Turn left onto Van Winkle Expy. Our campus is in Millcreek.
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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