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National Polytechnic College
Our primary objective is to provide our students quality education by focusing on the importance of labor market trends, technology advancement and educational material updates.
Establishing a comfortable and pristine educational environment by providing students spacious classrooms with up-to-date equipment, realistic work environment settings, beautiful interior design and areas to relax prior or after class is a priority that we can’t overlook.
We hire the most qualified administrative staff and educational instructors with the proper work experience and educational backgrounds along with continuous workshops and training to better support the needs of students.
Just as essential, our institutional departments are fully staffed with knowledge of outside reinforcements for students during their educational (and career search) experience at NPCollege’s Admissions, Student Services, Financial Aid, and Career Services.
NPCollege is actively in contact with outside potential HVAC-R employers and schedules visits to our campus with the purpose of evaluating our classrooms, teaching methods and make recommendations for safety measures. Most importantly, Advisory Board meetings continuously enrich program curricula to meet or supersede performance in the labor market.
Building Systems, Construction, and Manufacturing
Commonly known as HVAC-R Technician, the program is designed to thoroughly prepare the student, through quality lecture, for theoretical knowledge of Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration. Students also learn the skills and responsibilities required to work as a professional HVAC-R Technician through laboratory practice in the Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning and refrigeration industry. The successful program graduate will be able to perform appropriate troubleshooting and repair of Heating, ventilation and air conditioning equipment.
Graduates of the HVAC-R Technician program at National Polytechnic College will be qualified to sit for the EPA Section 608 Certification examination and will ultimately be able to work as an entry-level Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanic or Installer.