HVAC – Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration




There are big opportunities for those who can install, repair, and maintain Heating/Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVAC) Systems. IMBC’s HVAC program provides training in the installation, troubleshooting, and maintenance of HVAC systems along industry standards.

Obviously the need for heating and air-conditioning exists all over, as residents in Miami would suffer from heat exhaustion in the summer without air-conditioning while those in Erie would freeze in the winter without heating. Cooling and heating devices help regulate the temperature, humidity, and air quality in residential homes, commercial locations, and industrial facilities. Many items like food and medicine require refrigeration to keep them from spoiling.

The IMBC HVAC program can help HVAC technicians of all skill levels succeed – from those just entering the field to seasoned veterans. Now more than ever, professional HVAC technicians are in high demand. Opportunities are strong across the country in heating, air-conditioning, and refrigeration. Employment for technicians is projected to rise faster than the average for all occupations through the year 2020. [*BLS-Bureau of Labor and Statistics.] With the growth in population, the demand for new residential, commercial and industrial climate-control systems will also continue to grow. If you’re looking for a recession-proof career, HVAC is it!

You’ll learn from basic applications to more advanced, sophisticated HVAC topics. At IMBC, you’ll learn more than the skills you need to get a job – you’ll learn what you need to build a lifelong, successful career. HVAC is a profession in high demand – and that’s great news for graduates of our program.

The E.P.A. Universal Technician certifications in 608 and 410A will be offered. The first test is paid by IMBC.

Where will I find employment…?

  • Residential homes
  • Hospitals
  • Schools
  • Retail stores
  • Hotels / Restaurants
  • Office Buildings
  • Factories