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HVACR Training in New England

HVACR stands for heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration. The HVACR Technology program at NETTTS aims to provide students with the electrical and mechanical knowledge and skills required of entry-level technicians to install, adjust, troubleshoot, maintain, and repair these systems.

Students at NETTTS locations in Massachusetts and Rhode Island will be able to work on:

  • Residential and commercial equipment
  • Refrigeration units
  • Various types of Heating systems
  • Air conditioning equipment
  • Ventilation systems and duct work
  • Electrical wiring and circuitry
  • Oil burner servicing

At the end of the program, graduates will have been taught how to ensure equipment is operating properly and efficiently.

At NETTTS, our HVACR program includes:

  • EPA Universal License prep and exam
  • Hours toward refrigeration license
  • Hours toward natural gas license
  • Hours toward propane license
  • Hours toward pipefitter license
  • Oil burner service training
  • A personal set of HVACR tools and equipment
  • Access to at-home 3D HVAC simulation training
  • Daytime and evening training schedule options

Please note: Hours and licensing requirements for HVACR professionals vary from state to state.

Learn the Heating and Cooling Trade

The HVACR Technician Training course at NETTTS is available at our North Andover, Massachusetts school, and our Pawtucket, Rhode Island school. Through our HVACR classes, students will be trained on how to install, adjust, and maintain these different appliances and systems by an instructor who is an experienced HVACR technician.

At NETTTS, your training ranges from learning how to install new equipment to repairing and maintaining current systems. In addition to the hands-on training, students attend classroom sessions and will have access to online 3-D simulation labs for extra support.

If you like solving problems and working with your hands, then HVACR training may be for you!

Is HVACR Trade School Worth the Investment?

If you are at all interested in the heating or cooling industry, do you research and decide if it’s right for you to enroll in an HVACR program.

At NETTTS, our goal is to make HVACR school accessible to as many people as possible. Each branch of NETTTS has financial aid advisors who are available to help explain tuition options. Financial aid is available for those who qualify. Upon completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), students may qualify for:

  • Federal Pell grants
  • Federal direct loans for parents
  • Federal direct loans for students
  • GI Bill® education benefits
  • In-school and extended payment plans
  • Agency and state workforce funding options

NETTTS Helps Students With Career Services

When our students are ready for graduation, we’re there to help them with career services that include:

  • Resume writing
  • Job interview preparation
  • Finding and evaluating possible future employers
  • Post-interview follow-up

We understand that enrolling in our HVACR Technician Training Program can be the first step toward your goal of becoming a licensed HVACR service technician, and we want to help you with the next step in your journey.

Make NETTTS Your HVACR Trade School

What makes the HVACR program at NETTTS right for you?

The NETTTS program allows our students to prepare for the real world by working on equipment they may encounter out in the field. Contact us today or request more info about the HVACR program.


If you have more questions about the HVACR program at NETTTS, you can find answers to some of our most frequently asked questions below.

Are there any local HVACR programs?

Yes! NETTTS has two locations where you can get HVACR training, in North Andover, Massachusetts, and Pawtucket, Rhode Island.

What skills are needed to work in HVACR?

If you enjoy working with your hands and solving problems, look into the HVACR Technician Training at NETTTS to work on developing HVACR technical skills.

Is HVACR a physically demanding field?

HVACR involves standing, bending, crouching, and overall moving around while repairing or installing equipment. Learn more about the physical demands of HVACR.

Do military veterans make good HVACR technicians?

Military veterans often acquire a lot of unique skills and talents during their time in the military, which means HVACR technician may be a good option for many military veterans.

Is there a lot to memorize?

If you are worried about there being a lot of math and formulas to remember, check out the HVACR apprentice technician field guide.