View Full Version : COST OF hvac school,NC OR SC cheaper?
I AM PLAN TO GO HVAC SCHOOL,LIKE TO KNOW NC OR SC IS CHEAPER COST,AND LIKE TO KNOW HOW MANY DIFFERNT CLASS FOR DIFFERENT CERT THERE IS OUT THERE,AND LIKE TO KNOW,WHAT EPA AND CPC CAN DO,AND HOW LONG THE CLASS ?THANKS FOR HELP,AND LIKE TO HAVE THE OPTION GO SCHOOL ONLINE,WHERE I NEED TO START IT?
08-27-2011, 12:50 PM
I'm in the St Louis, Mo area and the cheapest route here is through a community college. The tech schools are more expensive and more time consuming but you would probably get a better education there. I don't know if there is anything online, but if there is, I can't imagine that you would learn anything. With HVAC, you need as much hands on as possible.
08-27-2011, 12:55 PM
I have no idea how much it will cost you in the states i paid about 3500 to 4000 a year in tuition and books. So thats what your likely looking at i think by the time i did the 2 year course it was close to 10 000 just to the school. Have you tried approaching some HVAC companies in your area and just talk to them drop off a resume and see if they would take you on as an apprentice before u go to school. See what they say, it never hurts to keep checking in and letting them know your interested in working. And if you do choose to go to school make sure you pick the one with the most hands on experience.
08-27-2011, 01:34 PM
I don't know what SC charges per credit hour. If I remember correctly $65 per credit hour here in NC.
Can't help on price, but if you yell like that in class, you won't be on teacher's good side for long! JK
08-31-2011, 02:40 PM
Just started up class 3 weeks ago in IL and it's going to cost me righty around $14,000 for the program
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