If you are in the market for a new career in Santa Fe, you may want to consider technical training to become a heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration professional, also known as HVAC or HVACR, at a technical or vocational school. Positions in this field are expected to grow due to industry stability and the growing need for these services.

HVACR Career Outlook in Santa Fe

In Santa Fe, the outlook for HVACR positions has been steadily increasing with continuous growth projected in this field for years to come. This projection is based on three specific factors including tourism, population growth, and average temperatures.

Tourism is a large part of the Santa Fe economy, increasing the need for trained HVAC professionals. Commercial HVACR systems need regular maintenance and repairs to support the facilities and businesses that provide products and services to the tourists.

Over the last nine years, Santa Fe saw a population increase of over 14%. Population growth raises the number of homes bought and sold, increasing the need for residential HVAC services and providers. In response to the growth, new businesses enter. Once again, there is a need for trained commercial HVACR professionals to service these new businesses.

In Santa Fe, heating and air conditioning units are in use for part or all of eleven months out of the year. Three months out of the year, the city has average temperatures that rise to 80 degrees or higher, while average low temperatures can reach below 40 degrees during 8 months of that same year. Considering the average temperatures, there are over 300 days a year that heating and cooling systems could be used as a comfort measure.

Comprehensive HVACR Training at The Refrigeration School

To become a HVACR professional in Santa Fe, you will need lecture based and hands-on vocational training from an accredited technical or vocational school that specializes in the aspects of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration. Training will also include other important skill sets including interpersonal skills, marketing strategies, and career paths.

Through successful completion of a HVAC training program, a student can earn a certificate of completion or an Associate of Occupational Studies degree. Many programs are offered in an accelerated, skill-specific format with class availability in the mornings, afternoons, and evenings. Students can complete the program in as little as three to fourteen months. Evening and associate’s programs may take longer to complete.

And for those Santa Fe students interested in the growing solar panel installation/maintenance industry, RSI offers comprehensive training in this area, as well.

Training for a Santa Fe HVACR career could be an investment in your future with benefits such as industry stability, enhanced income opportunities, and the potential for career advancement or business ownership. For more information on how RSI can help you in your quest to pursue a career in the HVACR industry, contact us today!

Sources:

http://www.dws.state.nm.us/eds/EDS200902Aged/3502042140/49-9021.htm

http://www.weather.com/weather/wxclimatology/monthly/graph/USNM0292?from=search

http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/35/35049.html

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