HVAC Schools In Idaho
Idaho HVAC training is available in some schools in the Gem state. Idaho is famous for its natural resources that contain a variety of gems. The temperature in Idaho goes up starting in June and starts to go down in September. Aside from the rise in temperature, increasing levels of humidity can add to the warmness indoors. Needless to say, a lot of people need AC to keep the cool air coming and make them feel more comfortable.
Idaho HVAC School Options
Idaho’s oldest public university, University of Idaho offers a Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Academic Certificate course. In order to obtain this certificate, a student should get a grade of B or higher in all coursework under this academic certificate. The major subjects for this program are Applied Thermodynamics (3 credits), Air Conditioning Engineering (3 credits) and Directed Study (1 credit). Aside from this, a student must take at least 15 credits from its list of elective subjects. UI is located at 875 Perimeter Drive, Moscow. It’s current student count is 12,024 students. Its annual tuition fee costs around $14,445 per student. If you decided to study here, make sure to take a visit and enjoy the beauty of its Arboretum & Botanical Garden.
426 miles from the city of Moscow is the city of Twin Falls where the College of Southern Idaho is situated. Its tuition fee is relatively cheap at $6,438 and its present student population is 8,330. At CSI, it takes a year to receive a technical certificate in HVAC and two years to obtain an Associate of Applied Science degree in HVAC. According to its official website, its HVAC program graduates experience a placement rate of approximately 90%. If CSI is your choice don’t forget to visit the Perrine Bridge at US-93. From their you will see the infamous Snake River Canyon.
Lewis-Clark State College is situated at 500 8th Ave, Lewiston. Its tuition fee costs more or less $12,400 and it has an annual enrollment of approximately 4300 students. LCSC’s HVAC-R technology program has Fall and Spring semesters admittance. Enrolled students here are required to have current valid driver’s license and must have no DUI in the past 12 months while being admitted in the program. Its enrollment priority is on a first-come, first served basis. LCSC’s HVAC-R technology program offers Bachelor of Applied Science degree (at least 4 years), Associate of Applied Science degree (at least 2 years), Advanced Technical Certificate course (at least 2 years) and Technical Certificate course (at least one year). If you opt to be a part of LCSC’s HVAC program, I suggest that you try Lewiston City’s Idaho River Adventures during your break. This a great opportunity for you to go rafting, fishing, hiking, and sightseeing,
The 7th largest city in Idaho, Coeur d’Alene (Heart of an Awl in English) is the home of North Idaho College. This community college has a recent student count of 6029 and its annual tuition fee costs around $7,744. Specifically located at 1000 West Garden Avenue, its HVACR Intermediate technical certificate program has the following courses- HVAC-R Principles, HVAC-R Laboratory, HVAC-R Electrical, HVAC-R Heating, HVAC-R Heating, HVAC-R Systems, HVAC-R Codes and Licenses, and Refrigeration. A great way to fill your stomach after your HVAC classes, especially if you are a meat-lover, is to have a meal at Drummin Up BBQ Restaurant. This restaurant is approximately a 7 minute drive from NIC.