One of the most promising career today is HVAC techician. That said, many are planning to get the program in order to have stability and a high income generating job. Here is a list of HVAC Schools in Mississippi to consider.

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Whether you're looking for a new career, or searching to enhance your current position, Delta Technical College(DTC) can help kick-start your educational goals.Through a diverse, innovative mix of mechanical trades, transportation, health and wellness, as well as allied health programs, DTC has earned a reputation for excellence in meeting local community needs, in regards to its workforce.

Programs:

  • HVAC/R - MAR Technician
Locations:  Ridgeland
Get the hands-on training and skills it takes to succeed with Ashworth College, a respected, worldwide leader in distance education. Study at the times and places most convenient for you.

Programs:

  • Heating and Air Conditioning

Penn Foster Career School provides online HVAC program with flexible schedules. That means, even if you are taking part-time job, you can still enroll for the program and earn a diploma in a few months.

Ashworth College also provides online education for HVAC technician program. The program will take about 6 months to complete and you are off for an entry-level position in the heating, ventilation and air conditioning field.

HVAC Salaries and Job Prospects in Mississippi

Mississippi provides 8% higher salary than the average HVAC technician nationwide in the amount of $48,000. Job opportunities for this profession is also very high. Because of high competition for this job, it is best to get certification/s as an HVAC technician.