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As the United States recovers from the Great Recession, there’s one field that’s been relatively impervious to the economic downturn: careers in heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVACR). (10)REPLACEMENT BULBS FOR LAMPTECH A7528BAY15D12V215WDCBAY 26.88W 12.80VIn fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS 2017) projects that job openings for HVAC installers and mechanics will swell 15 percent between 2016 and 2026, much faster than the average growth anticipated across all occupations during that time (7 percent). The expected addition of 48,800 HVAC positions is due in part to people’s enduring need for comfortable shelter in the face of increasingly erratic weather patterns. By illustration, the World Economic Forum (2017) – which has tracked the uptick in natural disasters such as Hurricane Katrina and Superstorm Sandy – correctly predicted in its annual risks report that extreme weather events and natural disasters would represent two of the three most likely risks we would face, globally, in 2017. Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, as well as the “perfect storm” Napa, Sonoma and Lake County wildfires, and the off-season winter wildfires in Los Angeles, have all borne this out. And all of these events have contributed to the need for failproof climate control in residential and commercial buildings. With burgeoning trends such as the greening of HVAC technology, the adoption of “smart” climate control systems, and the ever-changing environmental regulations set forth by local and national governments, HVAC is expected to be thriving field on into the future.(10)REPLACEMENT BULBS FOR LEITZ PHOTROMETER PHOTROMETER NO. 1 24.24W 6.20V

So what skills can these aspiring specialists expect to learn in HVAC classes? O*NET (2017)—a data organization partnered with the American Job Center—reports that heating and AC mechanics and installers have many responsibilities including installing, maintaining, inspecting, and repairing HVAC systems; performing tests to determine problematic components; working with sensitive systems such as water, electrical, and fuel lines; (10)REPLACEMENT BULBS FOR LIONEL TOY TRAIN 2242 NEW HAVEN F-3recommending upgrades to increase energy efficiency; and staying abreast of the latest technical innovations and governmental regulations for HVAC systems. Some technicians choose to further specialize, gaining skills in specific aspects of HVAC such as solar panels, green technologies, commercial refrigeration, or radiant heating systems.(10)REPLACEMENT BULBS FOR LIONEL TOY TRAIN TW 175

Although there are varied educational paths to joining this field, O*NET (2017) found that 55 percent of responding HVAC technicians held postsecondary certificates, and 16 percent had associate’s degrees. Sixty-four percent of these professionals were industry contractors—a relatively secure segment as manufacturers and contractors may provide customers with year-round service agreements—and nine percent were self-employed (BLS 2017).

(10)REPLACEMENT BULBS FOR LUGON 1141, LUMAPRO 21U596, 2FMF4, 3BA61 18.43W 12.80VRead on to discover the employment prospects for HVAC professionals, as well as to explore HVAC classes, professional certification options, program accreditation, and trends in the HVAC industry expected in 2018.

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Aspiring HVAC professionals are strongly encouraged to verify the accreditation status of their program prior to enrollment. (10)REPLACEMENT BULBS FOR MERKUR SCORPIO YEAR 1988 FRONT SIDE MARKER LIGHTThe process of accreditation sets up industry-validated standards for training in HVAC to ensure that a school is meeting or exceeding the skill set necessary to uphold government regulations surrounding climate control and provide quality service to customers. (10)REPLACEMENT BULBS FOR MGG MICRO GLUHLAMP MGG8232-92, MILITARY 35478-2232Criteria for accrediting organizations may include specific curricular requirements; school finance assessments; and an examination student outcomes & support services.

As stated above, the Partnership for Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigeration Accreditation (PAHRA) is the main national accreditation body for HVAC programs. PAHRA developed its program standards in conjunction with all segments of the industry including workers, HVAC educators, administrators, and state supervisors in technical education. PAHRA-accredited programs must use the industry competency exams (ICE) for graduating students, which test knowledge in three areas: (10)REPLACEMENT BULBS FOR MICROLAMPS 123, 123125V30AG35MINISCREW, 609030Uresidential AC and heating, light commercial AC & heating; and commercial refrigeration. These exams are administered by 2Kewt Ceramic Cat Feline Set of 2 Tea Cups Saucers New (NATE).

Additionally, HVAC Excellence has accredited HVAC programs since 1999. A two-person team (an HVAC instructor and an administrator) performs on-site evaluations and weighs criteria such as the mission of the program; (10)REPLACEMENT BULBS FOR MILITARY 15584-16, MS15584-16school finances; the availability of student services; the quality of student facilities; and instructor credentials.

Finally, there are various organizations that provide accreditation to schools as a whole including the 4 Piece Versailles Canister Set with Fresh Seal Covers, New, Free Ship (DEAC) for online programs, as well as six regional bodies which have been recognized by the US Department of Education:

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Students and graduates of HVAC training programs can turn to the HVACClasses.org blog to explore information on apprenticeships, certifications, HVAC colleges, HVAC professors, and more. Information posted on our blog will be updated on a regular basis so that ideas for careers, education, and continuing HVAC classes are right at your fingertips. Our aim is to make the information on our blog practical, (10)REPLACEMENT BULBS FOR MINIATURE LAMP 718 575W 5Vinformative and user-friendly and of significant help to students considering an HVAC education. To top it off, we link to many of the resources mentioned within our blog posts so that readers don’t have to spend their time doing that research.(10)REPLACEMENT BULBS FOR MITSUBISHI 3000GT YEAR 1992 REAR SIDE MARKER LIGHT

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Several states are outpacing the national average for growth in the HVAC sector, and with good reason. Efficient and stable climate control is no longer a luxury, (10)REPLACEMENT BULBS FOR MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE L4 1.8L 430CCA FOR YEAR 1994and in some cases, it can be a matter of life and death.

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Today, mastering the skills of HVAC/R can be an especially useful trade, as all residential and commercial properties have environmental control needs. (10)REPLACEMENT BULBS FOR MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE YEAR 1994 TAIL LIGHT 26.88W 12.80VThe most current systems are needed for installation into new homes and buildings, and older systems always are in need of repair or replacement.