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Top HVAC Training Schools in Colorado

Accredited HVCA training schools are divided between classroom hours and on the job training programs. With certificate and graduate degree programs available, HVAC Technicians have the opportunity to specialize in one type of certification or become a generalized certified technician. Classes are available for continued education requirements as set forth in certification and licensing regulations set by each city or county. Some of the schools will assist graduates of the HVAC training programs with applying for certification and licensing. Certification and licensing requirements must follow regulations set forth in the city or county of work at Colorado. There are four types of HVAC certification;

1. Type I Certification; service small appliances, vending machines, window air 
conditioners and domestic refrigerators
2. Type II Certification; service and disposal of refrigerant in residential air 
conditioners, heat pumps, supermarket refrigeration and process refrigeration
3. Type III Certification; service and disposal of refrigerant in chillers or other low-pressure equipment
4. Universal Certification; can provide services under Type I, Type II and Type II 
hvac training image1Salaries for HVAC Technicians range from above to below the national average at Colorado, according to Variations are due to factors such as population and general competitiveness in the market for the state. Some of the key salaries are as follows:

Below national average annual salaries for Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, Greenley, Loveland and Pueblo;
•Low salary range $31,977 – $35,042
•Median salary range $42,319 – $44,511
•High salary range $53,586 - $58,722

Above national average annual salaries for Aurora, Boulder, Denver, Jefferson and Grand Junction;
•Low salary range $32,112 - $37,155
•Median salary range $42,319 - $46,375
•High salary range $53,586 - $58,722

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