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Some students enter the program with mechanical experience or after working in related careers. A few come right out of high school, their eyes on a secure, lucrative job without a four-year degree. The student population in the program has a wide range of ages, education, and experience.

Looking forward to a wide variety of employment opportunities almost anywhere in the country, students are finding SCC's HVAC/R program is the key to rock-solid training. "With a strong curriculum, experienced teachers, and extensive hands-on instruction," instructor Mike Coutts says, "this program really delivers a great deal of training in a short time." Judging from the number of SCC-trained technicians and mechanics excelling in the trade, that's not just a lot of hot air.

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Learning how to work with people is just as important as learning how to use equipment to install, maintain, and troubleshoot heating, cooling, or refrigeration systems. Good people skills are beneficial whether you work as a technician employed by a company or operate your own business.

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