HVAC Training School for Chicago, IL and Surrounding Areas
HVAC Technical Institute opened its doors in 1994 with one goal: to equip men and women with the skills and tools they need to succeed in the HVAC workplace. Since then, we have sent thousands of expert technicians into the field and helped them build successful careers. HVAC Technical Institute gives you the skills and certification you need to succeed.
HVAC Technical Institute offers the most comprehensive HVAC certification courses in Chicago, IL. Our facilities include 7,500 square feet of classroom area and 10,000 square feet of hands-on workshop area, both of which are vital to our training approach. We believe that learning goes beyond the classroom—we work by your side to help you apply your learning to practical, on-the-job situations.
When you complete your HVAC certification courses you will receive an R-410A safety certification and an EPA section 608 universal license. These certifications allow you to put your skills to work and build a career as soon as you leave our doors.
Call 773-927-9562 today for more information about our hands-on HVAC training in Chicago, IL. You can also fill out our contact form with any questions you have about HVAC Technical Institute’s courses or facilities. We will respond to your request promptly.
HVAC Technical Institute is a minority owned trade school located in Chicago Illinois. HVAC Technical Institute’s doors opened in 1994 and graduated 35 students. Our goal as a heating and air conditioning school was and always will be to prepare men and women using hands-on training to increase their worth in the HVAC workplace. Over the years, HVAC Technical Institute has certified 175 students a year and continues to improve the quality of service technicians in the Chicagoland area. At HVAC Technical Institute, the emphasis is “hands-on” training.
To this end, our facility of 17,500 square feet is compromised of 7,500 square feet of classroom and office area, and over 10,000 square feet of lab and shop area. At the completion of the training, students will receive a certificate of completion along with an EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) section 608 universal license and an R-410A safety certification license.