October 2017

Texas college offers New HVAC diploma program


NORTH HOUSTON, Texas (Oct. 5, 2017) – Remington College Greenspoint Campus and Remington College Webster Campus are now enrolling students for its new Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) diploma program.

The Remington College HVAC diploma program is designed to provide students with skills in the fundamentals and practice of the HVAC industry.  Students will have the opportunity to learn how to maintain, troubleshoot, repair and upgrade heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems through a combination of classroom and hands-on instruction.

The program covers the industry essentials, including:

  • Introduction to HVAC and Refrigeration
  • Fundamental HVAC Maintenance
  • HVAC Automated Controls
  • Motors and Motor Control
  • Residential Systems
  • Commercial HVAC Systems
  • Commercial Refrigeration Systems
  • Domestic Appliances and Cold Water AC
  • Career Development Fundamentals
  • Career Development Principles

“This program is a fit for someone looking to get their start in the industry, change careers or just upgrade their skills,” said Dr. Hiram Nall, the president of Remington College Greenspoint Campus.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, HVAC and refrigeration installers and mechanics are expected to experience employment growth of 14 percent from 2014 to 2024, which is faster than the average for other occupations.1

Remington College helps students prepare for an entry-level career in their field, and is available to assist students on their job search.2

Remington College Greenspoint Campus is located at 11310 Greens Crossing Blvd #300, Houston, TX 77067, and can be reached at (832) 699-2221.

Remington College Webster Campus is located at 20985 Gulf Fwy, Webster, TX 77598, and can be reached at (713) 581-9000.

https://www.bls.gov/ooh/installation-maintenance-and-repair/heating-air-conditioning-and-refrigeration-mechanics-and-installers.htm

2 Employment not guaranteed for students or graduates.

Article courtesy: The Paper