The best way to deal with an Arkansas summertime is to start a cool HVAC apprenticeship!
If you’re looking for a career in a growing field that’s always in demand and offers high earning potential, look no further! As a Heating, Vacuum, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Technician, not only will you be entering a growing profession, you’ll be fully trained in just two to four years, with knowledge related to the design, implementation, and maintenance of various heating and cooling systems, including the importance of the ventilation system.
At the Arkansas Construction Education Foundation (ACEF), we’ve provided quality training to hundreds of students, and we’re working to produce a safe, competent and professional workforce for contractors. We tailor-fit our programs to those who enjoy working with both their hands and their heads, and our mission is to provide trained trades-persons who are skilled in their discipline to help meet an ever-growing demand.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the demand for trained and qualified HVAC technicians will outpace the growth of all jobs by a nearly 2-to-1 margin, with growth projections of 21 percent through 2022. Qualified HVAC techs will be needed in aerospace, education, medical facilities, virtually anywhere you find HVAC units.HVAC Technicians earn a median income of nearly $44,000 annually, with some earning more than $70,000 a year. Even in the lowest 10 percent of earners, HVAC technicians made nearly $30,000 a year.
But not all HVAC training programs are created equal. At ACEF, our commitment is to bring skilled laborers together with the companies that need them, and we provide the best HVAC controls training, maintenance systems training, and a solid grounding in the principles behind HVAC systems.
For students, that means we strive constantly to offer the most innovative and current programs to our students. What this means for employers is a great selection of some of the best, most highly qualified HVAC technicians, who are all firmly grounded in principle, theory, and application of HVAC maintenance and repair.
The construction boom is well underway with positions throughout the nation and the world needing to be filled. Don’t be left behind! Call (501)372-1590 or contact us online at this link, and find out today how to secure a better tomorrow!