According to the U.S. Department of Labor, A growing number of HVACR technicians receive post secondary instruction from technical and trade schools or community colleges that offer programs in heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration. These programs generally last 6 months to 2 years and lead to a certificate; or in some cases, an associate's degree.
Because HVACR systems are increasingly complex, employers generally prefer applicants with post secondary education or those who have.. completed a formal apprenticeship. Some states and localities require technicians to be licensed.
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