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HACC Builds First Lab Dedicated to Our HVAC Program

Wednesday, December 11, 2019   (0 Comments)
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We are excited to announce that we are opening our first lab space dedicated completely to our program. In the past we partnered with the Colleges and technical high school’s for lab space. We recently leased a 6,000 square foot facility that we have built out to serve the needs of our program. The facility will have 3,000 square feet dedicated to teaching HVAC in a lab setting as well as two large classrooms for additional training offering. We will continue to operate labs at Harford Community College and Cecil College.

We currently have 269 students enrolled in our HVAC program. We are leading the path for future tradesman in our industry. We are working hard to ensure that we have skilled workers for our contractors and industry. We are excited to announce that we are opening our first lab space dedicated completely to our program. In the past we partnered with the Colleges and technical high school’s for lab space. We recently leased a 6,000 square foot facility that we have built out to serve the needs of our program. The facility will have 3,000 square feet dedicated to teaching HVAC in a lab setting as well as two large classrooms for additional training offering.

If you are not, here is some information on it.

HACC of MD’s Apprenticeship Program was established in 1996 to train technicians to work in the HVACR industry. The program is a four-year curriculum that gives credit for on-the-job and classroom training. Our program is currently run out of 4 community colleges in Maryland; Carroll Community College in Westminster, Cecil College in Elkton, Harford Community College in Bel Air and Howard Community College in Columbia. Students attend classes two evenings a week. Each apprentice is registered with the State of Maryland’s Apprenticeship and Training Council. The council sets the rules for the program and issues an apprenticeship completion certificate to those successfully completing the program. This enables students to apply for and be granted a State HVACR journeyman license without taking the exam.

We are actively looking for tool and equipment donations. If you would like to do a year end shop clean out or an end of year donation, we would appreciate you considering our program.

We plan to hold our Grand Opening on February 28, 2020. We would love to have your company be in attendance. Please save the date! If you have questions or comments, please contact our Executive Director Stephanie Anderson at sanderson@haccmd.org or (410) 431-8889.


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