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American Vocational Academy
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Our mission at American Vocational Academy is to develop a quality, skilled workforce to meet the growing demands of the trades industry. We believe that in doing so we are helping to build this Great Nation’s hope and future one class, one student at a time.

The success of our programs are largely contingent to our students ability to participate in “Hands on” training and development. This is where American Vocational Academy thrives.

From system diagnostics and HVAC system troubleshooting, to component replacements such as blower motors, evaporator and condenser coils, and compressors, to basic preventive maintenance performance, these students are exposed to it all many times over both in the classroom and in the field.

Available Program

  • HVAC Training
    Building Systems, Construction, and Manufacturing

    Scrap For Scholarships Program:

    • A Focused Effort To Recycle Scrap From System Change Outs
    • Scraps For Scholarship Donation Centers
    • Calls For Pick Up Of Donated Scrap
    • Provides Help For Those Less Fortunate
    • Helps To Avoid Student Loan Payments
    • Helps Ava To Be Able To Offer Full Or Partial Course Funding
    • Help To Serves Our Community

    The future of the HVAC industry as well as other trade professions is perhaps facing some of it’s greatest challenges of all time. One of these challenges is acquiring the resources needed to provide the training and development of qualified service technicians for both current and future demands. At American Vocational Academy we believe that a good portion of what is needed to resources this training is right under our noses.

    Can you imagine using the scrap that is typically discarded from system change outs as waste material being used towards the education of future trades professionals? We can and at AVA we have developed a program that not only assist contractors in ridding them of old scrap junk HVAC equipment from job sites, cluttered stock yards, and the back of utility vehicles by turning that scrap into scholarship dollars. The program is called Scraps for Scholarships and it helps to provide opportunity for people who are considering entering into the trades industry a stepping stone allowing them access to full or partial scholar-ship funding.

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