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    Hello. I was wondering if any of you can recommend a vocational/trade school for HVAC in the Los Angeles County area. I've done residential HVAC installs only....but I want to take it a step further. Thank you

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    dont know any schools in your eara but do recomend
    talk to your boss tell him what your thinking and see if he will cross train you till you can find a school
    some of the best training is in the field and in school to

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    I know a Junior College in texas but thats way to far I bet

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    Kenny, Would that be the one in Tyler.
    HVAC Contractor, Tyler Texas.

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    Hey I heard they have a JC in Tyler Texas but where is TYLER anyway?

    And I will bet that you have a Junior College in the LA area as wello. I am up in Northern Cali and I can tell you that the HVAC program in the JC in my area is probably the best program around here.

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    Kenny:

    are you in the program in Tyler?

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    California Community Colleges are a good place to go. Talk to a counselor for availability.
    Originally posted by tinknocker service tech
    dont know any schools in your eara but do recomend
    talk to your boss tell him what your thinking and see if he will cross train you till you can find a school
    some of the best training is in the field and in school to
    I seriously doubt a contractor focused on installations will pay for any training...especially in California.

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    Question

    Originally posted by kennny
    I know a Junior College in texas but thats way to far I bet
    Which one?

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    Hmm Reply:Training

    Thank you all for the quick response. I don't think I'm up to relocate to TX. I will research the junior colleges.

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