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Residential Plumbing/HVAC

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Whether you live in a rural area, mid-size town or a large metropolitan city, there’s always demand for plumbing/HVAC experts. NTC is meeting that demand head-on giving you the inside track on both plumbing and HVAC in one convenient, collaborative program. We also incorporate emerging energy efficiency and green technologies so you’re ready for any sustainable construction projects that come your way.

Our specialized residential plumbing/HVAC program will provide an understanding of technology-driven, high-efficiency products and their proper installation, operation and repair. Classroom and hands-on courses will cover the following:

  • traditional heating systems,
  • water-saving solutions,
  • eco-friendly private sewage disposal systems,
  • renewable energy solutions,
  • thermal solar design,
  • geo-thermal technology.

Everyone enrolled in our construction trade program work collectively to build a residential home. Together, you’ll learn the specialized skills, industry collaboration and carefully managed timing it takes to build a house from the blueprint stage to testing the doorbell. This real-life application gives you the added advantage of experience with the entire construction process rather than the isolated theory of a singular construction field.

Employment

With a certification in construction technology and a diploma in plumbing/HVAC, there are a variety of career opportunities for graduates of NTC, including working for commercial or residential plumbing/HVAC contractors.

Find specific information about careers in plumbing, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning.

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