Why Pursue a Career in HVAC?
The majority of Idaho homeowners do not give a second thought to their heating and cooling systems. As long as we are warm and cozy throughout the cold months and cool and comfortable during the hot months, we typically take our HVAC systems for granted here in the Treasure Valley.
But these intricate and versatile systems take skill and knowledge to install, repair, and maintain. Who takes care of these multifaceted systems? Installs them in homes? Repairs them when they break down? Maintains them to keep them working effectively and efficiently?
The answer is a technician in a specifically skilled trade. And this could be you!
Ultimate Heating and Air educates students via our in-house HVAC Apprentice Training Program. On a nationally recognized level, we certify HVAC apprentices through the training program ordained by the US Department of Labor (DOL).
We are proud to be the only private organization in the state of Idaho with this registration—state and veteran approved.
Intrigued? Read on. If you answer yes to any of the following questions, you could be a born technician. Do you:
- Like working with tools?
- Tinker with equipment and like to figure out how things work?
- Enjoy working with metal?
- Prefer being out in the field and working in all types of weather?
- Appreciate having evenings and weekends to do as you choose?
If you’re still unsure, take a look at some of the career benefits:
- Enjoy a lifelong admirable and satisfying career helping others
- Work full-time with good starting pay and sustainable, career-based income in line with your experience and education
- Be confident you will always have a job since HVAC technicians are continually in demand and considered essential
- Obtain one-on-one, on-the-job training with highly educated, skilled, and experienced journeymen and additional crew, with management and instructor support
- Work with new construction and, as experience builds, learn the more complicated diagnostics that existing homeowners experience with older equipment
Contact Us Today!
If college just isn’t working for you—even if you’ve started or graduated, we can see if any of the education you’ve already attained can be transferred into the field training required by the state of Idaho. Or if you are simply looking for an exciting career after high school or because another career is no longer working for you, we want to talk to you.