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(Left to Right) Dr. James Ball, President Carroll Community College, Stephanie Anderson, Executive Director, The Heating and Air Conditioning Contractors of Maryland, Steven Berry, Director Career and Continuing Professional Education for Carroll Community College, Kelly M. Schultz, Secretary, Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulations, Charles Hayden, Education Chair, The Heating and Air Conditioning Contractors of Maryland, Christopher Maclarion, Director, Maryland Apprentice and Training Program

Thank you for partnering with our organization. We hope this page provides you with helpful information. By being a participating contractor in the Heating and Air Conditioning Contractors of Maryland Apprenticeship Program, contractors are assuring themselves a supply of skilled workers. Statistics indicate that the nation is facing a shortage of skilled workers. Apprenticeship training gives businesses the opportunity to train their own skilled workers.

Training is an investment with timetables and goals that need to be a part of the contractor’s business plan. Such a plan will allow employees to be high-performance workers.

Training is the best investment against the hidden cost of low productivity, dissatisfied consumers, and lost business. The HACC, of Maryland’s Apprenticeship Program can provide to the contractor structured and effective training.


Employer Resources


Registered Apprenticeship Tax Credit

If you have qualifying apprentices, you may apply for the Registered Apprenticeship Tax Credit. Visit the Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation to find information about the tax credit. Download the Tax Credit Application form here.


Maryland Business Works

Don’t forget about the benefits of using Maryland Business Works to supplement your training budget. MBW can reimburse you up to 50% of the training costs associated with upskilling your workforce. Training funds are provided to businesses serious about increasing employee productivity, upgrading the skills of current employees, and creating opportunities for expanding your existing workforce. To be considered for Maryland Business Works funding, applications must be submitted at least three (3) weeks prior to training. Download the Maryland Business Works Application here.


Students Looking for Work

Are you looking to hire students to work in your business? Click here to get contact information for current students seeking employment.

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