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  • 1. HVACR TechnicianMitch Covington3/3/2011<br />Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, & Refrigeration <br />
  • 2. $$ Earnings $$<br />Earnings for a HVAC Technician/Engineer <br /> Heating, air-conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers were:<br />Local government-$22.79<br />Hardware, and plumbing and heating equipment and supplies merchant wholesalers-$22.18<br />Commercial and industrial machinery and equipment (except automotive and electronic) repair and maintenance-$20.83<br />Direct selling establishments-$20.03<br />Building equipment contractors-$18.26<br />The lowest earning is $12.19<br />The top earnign is $30.59<br />
  • 3. Education Needed<br />High School Graduate<br />At least a year of hands on training <br />HCFC/CFC Certification<br />HVAC License<br />Two year Tech School<br />Continued hands on training <br />
  • 4. Entry Level/Advancement<br />Opportunities for advancement are based on competency tests to test your skill levels.<br />You move up based on your experience an your skill levels.<br />
  • 5. Nature of Work<br />Heating, air-conditioning, and refrigeration systems consist of many mechanical, electrical, and electronic components.<br />
  • 6. Working Conditions<br />Cramped spaces<br />Dark or lighted areas<br />Wet or dry conditions<br />High above ground <br />Under ground<br />Very hot and very cold<br />
  • 7. Job Outlook<br />There is excellent opportunity for job growth because of retirement.<br />The HVAC business is expected to increase at least 28% during the 2008-2018 decade.<br />
  • 8. Advantages/Disadvantages<br />ADVANTAGES<br />Good Money<br />Stable Job<br />Challenging<br />Advancement opportunities<br />Great job perks such as<br />Benefits<br />Company vehicle<br />Business contacts <br />DISADVANTAGES<br />Dark work areas<br />Shock/electrocution<br />Heights<br />Cramped work space<br />Cold or hot weather<br />Wet working conditions<br />
  • 9. Personal Skills & Why this Career is a Possibility<br />Good work ethic<br />Dedicated<br />I like to push myself<br />Quick thinker<br />
  • 10. Things I can do to Prepare for a Future in this Occupation<br />Get closer to graduating High School<br />Get a summer Job <br />Take a summer Tech Class<br />

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