How to Get Certified in VermontUnlike many states, Vermont does not require HVAC technicians to obtain a state-wide license in order to become an independent contractor. However, certain cities and municipalities may require local licenses, so look into this further for the city or cities where you would wish to offer services. If you're looking to start out working for an established company, keep in mind that employers will look for candidates who have graduated from HVAC programs that have given them the hands-on experience and classroom knowledge. Both will be necessary in order to be a productive and successful HVAC technician for a business.
Salaries for HVAC Technician Jobs VermontExpected salary is an important component for choosing a new career to embark on. The website Indeed lists the median salary for an HVAC technician in Vermont at $38,000, with the lowest salary at $33,000 and the highest at $59,000. According to Salary.com, entry-level HVAC technicians in Burlington have a median income of almost $39,000 per year.
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HVAC Training Campuses in Vermont
|Ashworth College||6625 The Corners Pkwy NW #500, Norcross, GA 30092||http://www.ashworthcollege.edu|
|Green Mountain Technology & Career Center||Box 600 Rt 15 W, Hyde Park, VT 05655||http://www.gmtcc.info|
|Barre Technical Center||155 Ayers St #2, Barre, VT 05641||http://www.cvtcc.org/|
|HVAC-R Hands-On Trade School, LLC||South Burlington, VT||http://www.hvacrtradeschool.com/|