If you are interested in starting a new career in the HVAC industry then you should learn more about our exciting Fast-Track HVAC Technician Certification Program. This offers you high-quality online training and an opportunity to get right into the workforce!
Champion Technician Institute offers a hands-on approach to all of our HVAC Technician trainees. Our graduates will be able to provide expert service and maintenance on the various complex HVAC systems being installed today. The HVAC industry offers a well-paying career that is essential and always in demand. You can enter this industry when you start your training today with us!
When you’re ready to take these certification courses, you can reach out to the team at Champion Technician Institute. We look forward to partnering with you to enhance your knowledge and help you toward your new career path.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that the HVAC field will experience growth of 14% during the years from 2014-2024. This will add as many as 39,600 new jobs in just 10 years. Experienced HVAC techs will be in great demand, which means job security and a growing salary ($46,000 to $67,000 per year).
If you are going to be handing refrigerant, you are required to be EPA Section 608 certified.
High school diploma or GED.
CTI Fast-Track program (EPA 608 Certification included).
A solid future plan for furthering their education.
A good understanding of math and science.
EPA 608 certification.
Hands on mechanical ability with all different types of tools
Understand wiring diagrams, piping diagrams, and building plans.
Yes! We will help you get a job and have a 100% placement rate to date!
Yes it is! Please visit our student financing page. You won’t pay us a dime until you are employed.
You can choose between in-person (day or night) or online.
Day: Monday – Friday | 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Night: Monday – Thursday | 5:30pm – 9:30 pm
The Alabama Board of Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Contractors is a regulatory agency responsible for overseeing the licensing and regulation of contractors in these industries. The Board establishes minimum standards for education, experience, and testing requirements for contractors seeking licensure, and it also investigates complaints and takes disciplinary action against contractors who violate regulations.
We are currently closed to in-person students with a new cohort date being announced in the near future.
However, you can join our online program today!