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Heating and air-conditioning systems control the temperature, humidity and total air quality in all types of buildings — and, in Texas, there’s always a need for technicians who can keep it all running smoothly. Get trained in our Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology program today!
Are you interested in air conditioning and refrigeration technology?
Cedar Valley and Eastfield colleges are members of the Air Conditioning Contractors of America, the largest air-conditioning organization in the U.S. This membership gives students access to contractors in the North Texas region and provides an opportunity for direct contact with successful businesses in our area.
“The best part was the hands-on aspect of the program. You spend half your time in the classroom, then move to the lab. I think spending as much time in the lab as we did is the best thing for getting out in the field and working successfully.”
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This program may lead to an occupational license for which a prior criminal history may make a student ineligible.
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