Work in the Growing HVAC/R Industry with Training from Bryan University!
Are you looking for a job in high demand? A career with job security and opportunity for salary growth?
At Bryan University, you have two different opportunities to gain the skills you need to start your career in the right direction with our Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree and Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Diploma Program.
Our training courses allow you to prepare for your EPA certification and gain real-world experience in a hands-on environment and begin your career in HVAC.
With today’s emphasis on becoming a greener, more fuel-efficient planet, the need for newly skilled HVAC/R technicians with EPA certification is trending upward. With the training provided by experienced Bryan instructors, you will have the opportunity to begin your career with confidence.
Bryan University does HVAC/R Better
The HVAC industry is projected to grow 14% from 2014-2024, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics*, which is faster than other occupations. The first step to finding employment in the HVAC industry is finding a training program that can prepare you for the changing industry standards.
As a career training institution, our goal is to provide you with courses that directly relate to your field of study, providing relevant information, skills and knowledge.
When you become a student at Bryan, here’s what you can expect:
Bryan is committed to providing you with the individualized attention necessary for success, all the way from the admissions process to your advanced on-site training. You’ll have support from career services starting your first day through to after you’ve completed one of our HVAC/R programs.
How the Future of the HVAC/R Industry Looks
Skilled HVAC technicians are needed by people year-round. With heat needed in the winter and air conditioning needed in the summer, HVAC/R technicians must be ready to get the job done regardless of the season. HVAC systems generally need to be replaced every 8 to 12 years, which means assistance from HVAC technicians will often be needed.
As the HVAC industry grows, so do the employment opportunities.
Green initiatives continue to pave the way for a more environmentally-friendly way of living, and companies will follow suit and work toward designing and installing more sustainable HVAC/R systems. Companies will require technicians who are trained in installing these newer, more advanced systems.
With an annual mean wage of $47,660, Kansas has above-average pay and employment rate for HVAC/R technicians.*
“The instructors know the information to help get you going in your career!”Shannon Long, HVAC/R
The HVAC/R Training Paths Offered at Bryan University
At Bryan, there are two different training paths you can pursue. The Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree and Diploma programs. Each path is designed to prepare you for a successful career.
As businesses and individuals continue to place focus on “going green,” the demand for heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration professionals is on the rise. With the hands-on job training from Bryan’s Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Diploma, in less than a year, you can gain the tools needed to begin a new career in the industry.
Associate of Applied Science
With a Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree, you’ll be equipped for a career that’s in high demand by commercial, industrial and residential clients. And with the new push for greener appliances and energy-saving technologies, new workers with fresh skill sets are needed to help businesses and home owners become more environmentally-friendly.
A Successful Career Starts with Quality Training
Your future starts here.
The facts are there: Now is a great time to start your training, earn your EPA certification and start your career.
We know there are many reasons why starting at Bryan University is a good move toward your ideal career. With hands-on training from experienced instructors and help from our Career Services department, you can be entering the workforce in less than a year.
All you have to decide is which program to pick!