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Entry Level to Advanced

A Workforce Development Program  providing Targeted Training for Entry-level Technician Candidates

HVAC Building Automation IT Systems / Computer Control Systems

Entry Level to Advanced HVAC Controls Technicians Needed!

Heating • Ventilation • Air Conditioning • Refrigeration

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Major HVAC and Building Automation companies NEED new technicians!

eHVACtech.com is a “direct pipeline” to major HVAC and BAS companies who use our service to train New-To-The-Trade technicians for sustainable and rewarding careers in their workforce.

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There is a major shortage of HVAC Controls Technicians and HVAC Technicians in general!  The HVAC Building Automation industry is scrambling to recruit serious and driven entry-level technicians.  Building Automation Systems are an integral part of the commercial/industrial building stock Nationwide.  The issue of energy efficiency in large building complexes is one of the challenging tasks of the building controls workforce.  Trained technicians are needed to operate and maintain these vital systems.  If you are computer savvy and looking for a rewarding lifelong career, we want to talk to you.  You don’t need to know anything about HVAC. If you do, so much the better.  We will train you and plug you into the workforce with a Global Controls Company!         

Apply today and take aim at the career you want!

You will need training. This program is designed for entry-level, new-to-the-trade candidates. This is for a Mechanical / IT position, working with computer systems that control large mechanical systems which condition the environment of large building complexes. This is a rapid growth industry that is challenging and very well compensated. If you use digital technology in your everyday life and are interested in indoor environmental control, this could be what you are looking for.

Listen to the Industry Leaders:

Johnson Controls and learning institutions like eHVACtech.com are working together across the U.S. to narrow the skilled labor gap by investing in tomorrow’s future-ready workforce.

With almost 4 million vacancies today in the industry, we need to invest in these programs and help students discover that these are rewarding, fulfilling jobs that will play a significant role in creating comfortable, safe, healthy and sustainable buildings.”

 – Nolan Griffin, Johnson Controls, Inc.

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