HVAC Training

Buildings contribute 40% of U.S. carbon emissions

Buildings contribute 40% of U.S. carbon emissions. New public policies to curb carbon emissions and conserve energy will increasingly rely on HVAC/R technicians and commercial building operators to deliver the next level of energy efficiency in homes and commercial buildings.

Emerald Cities’ accelerated HVAC/R Certification Training delivers roughly one year of content via 17 weeks of evening and weekend lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on laboratory training. Graduates receive OSHA 10 and EPA 608 Type 2 certifications and a set of professional tools adequate to start working in the HVAC/R industry.

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Seattle,
Washington

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For more information about HVAC Training Program, contact:
Steve Gelb
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