JJATC, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Training, Launches New Website

There comes a time when defining yourself means establishing and building a career path to take you into a future you can count on. In today’s economy, that means being a part of something that will need your skills and dedication for the foreseeable future and a career as an HVAC technician is just such a future. Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) techs will always be in demand as long as there are homes and businesses which means getting the training to become one virtually guarantees a job for your future.


With JJATC, you can get the training you need and with the introduction of their new website, www.hvacr-training.com, you’ll be able to find the information you need to begin or enhance your HVAC career. At their technical schools in Los Angeles and surrounding areas, entry level tradesman training, journeyman training, apprenticeship, MES and continuing education programs JJATC proudly provides students with the education they need to excel in their careers.

Having evening classes means you can work during the day and still have the time to get the education you need. Check out the calendar of classes so you can see how you can fit a great HVAC and refrigeration education along side of your existing commitments. Whether you want to begin a career in HVAC or you want to enhance your current HVAC classification, JJATC provides you with the learning opportunities you need to succeed.

If you want HVAC Orange County training, JJATC has trade schools in Los Angeles, San Diego, Bakersfield, Colton and Cypress which means if you’re looking for HVAC trade schools in Orange County, you have plenty of places you can get the training you desire. With a mission to exceed the expectation of their students, Unions and ARCA / MCA members, they have designed training programs to give those who have the desire to work with HVAC and refrigeration the learning opportunities they need to succeed. Check out their new website today!

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  • Edgar Gonzalez

    What are the wages for a Union HVAC technician in LA?

  • John Camping

    I am looking to relocate to California and am interested in joining the Union. My experience is in HVAC but would like to know if it is here that I would apply to join the apprenticeship program or is this the training facility for those in the program. Thank you very much,

  • Joseph Ardon

    I would like to know if by taking your course I become certified at the end of my career. I want to take the course of hvac and become certified.

    • Reply

      We accept applications every Friday from 8am to 11am, unless it’s a holiday. Our qualifications are official transcripts (sealed) showing you have a year of high school Algebra, Geometry along with a Graduation date or GED. If you did not take those subjects in high school we offer a qualification test, which consists of Algebra and Geometry in August and February. You would need to get a 70% or above to pass and along with your GED or transcripts, showing your grad date, that will qualify you. If you do not feel confident taking the test, there is the aleks.com. You would roughly pay 20$ more or less, to take whatever subject you do not have, high school Algebra, Geometry or both; log in, complete the assignments, print out the master pie chart, send or bring to us and along with your grad date or GED; that will qualify you to take the Apprenticeship Test in March.

      We do not accept diplomas, they must be official transcripts (unless it’s a GED). At the beginning of March, we send out letters to the applicants that are qualified, giving the date and time of the Apprenticeship test. You only need to score a 60% or higher to move on to the oral interview. My advice is to get the highest score possible because getting a 60% is not going to get you into the Apprenticeship Program.

      You will then move on to the oral interview, where you come before 6 Committee Members and you basically have 10 minutes to impress them with your responses. They give you a score and along with your written exam score, you receive a combined score. Receiving a score in the high 80’s and above is what will get you into the program. You then receive a letter giving you dates and times of 3 meetings you must attend, pass a drug test and then get dispatched out to one of our Contractors. Once all these are completed, you will start classes that September, where you will come to school 2 nights a week from 6pm -9pm. We only do this process once a year. The deadline for 2016 applications is January 29, 2016. The deadline for the paperwork for 2016 is February 29, 2016.

      Please visit our website to view our Selection Step Process at http://www.hvacr-training.com. If you have any more questions please feel free to contact us for more information.

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