The HVAC business is in a constant state of change. With technological advancements and growing environmental concerns, the skills demanded of HVAC technicians are evolving faster than ever. Preparing to adapt and meet these new challenges is essential for anyone hoping to join the business. Find out what it takes to become a proficient HVAC tech, the importance of continuous training and development and how an apprenticeship program can take your career to a higher level.
The ever-evolving HVAC landscape requires industry professionals to master emerging trends, technologies and customer needs. Simply speaking, HVAC businesses want technicians capable of meeting the demands of the modern world.
Here are the vital skills candidates should possess when applying for a job:
You could always enroll in a four-year college or trade school in preparation to become an HVAC technician, but this racks up debt and delays your earning potential while you attend. At Air Engineers Service Experts, we believe there’s a better way. Jumpstart your career and get paid while you learn at Service Experts Career Academy (SECA), an in-house apprenticeship program designed to build highly skilled workers. Here’s what to expect from the Service Experts Career Academy.
Service Experts Career Academy, or SECA, offers a structured curriculum covering everything from the basics to advanced technologies, emphasizing real-world experience and hands-on learning. Our program is specially designed to prepare you for an HVAC career.
As an apprentice, you’ll attend free classroom training, assist within relevant departments and get a well-rounded understanding of the HVAC industry. Safety is our priority, so you’ll need to observe health and safety procedures all the time. Embracing constructive feedback, completing daily work process forms and cultivating strong interpersonal skills will also be essential to your growth with us.
Signing up for the SECA program requires an inquisitive mindset, a devotion to excellence, and the ability to meet specific physical demands. You’ll need a high school diploma or GED and a valid driver’s license to apply. Physical requirements include the ability to climb, balance, stoop, kneel or crawl; lift up to 50 pounds and carry up to 30 pounds; and work in various conditions like hot, cold and confined places.
At Air Engineers Service Experts, we invest in your success by providing a comprehensive employment package for SECA students. Compensation includes a competitive pay program with incentive opportunities, guaranteed pay increases throughout your apprenticeship and a tool kit worth $1,000 upon completing the program. Benefits consist of paid time off, company holiday pay, insurance, 401(k) match, supplemental benefit programs and career development potential.
Choosing an HVAC company to jumpstart your career is an important part of the process. Air Engineers Service Experts could be the right choice if you want a company that values:
Preparing to meet new skill demands in the HVAC industry isn’t a one-time effort but a long-term commitment. It requires dedication to life-long learning, career development and a desire to grow in your career. Air Engineers Service Experts embodies this commitment through innovative programs like SECA. Joining SECA means embarking on a career path filled with growth, support and opportunity.
Your future in HVAC starts at SECA! If you’re ready to take your skills to the next level, ask for more information about Service Experts Career Academy today. Apply today, and you’ll help shape the future of HVAC industry.
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