The Arizona Academy of Air Conditioning mission is to provide training for those individuals who are seeking to enter the HVAC industry as maintenance techs that will develop into service and installation techs as their career progresses. The course of study consists of 4 weeks of intensive training in the fundamentals of Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning. Each subject will vary in length and includes classroom lecture laboratory work and hands on application. The program builds on knowledge acquired from each previous module to deliver a quick, but comprehensive training to prepare the student for the demands of an entry level maintenance technician.
The Arizona Academy of Air Conditioning contributes to fulfilling its mission through the attainment of these objectives:
· To offer programmatic instruction in the trades which provide a positive career path for our graduates.
· To promote in each student a confident, competent and professional attitude and an awareness of current business practices through exposure to practical course content.
· To graduate students who are competent in their chosen career skills.
· To assist graduates in finding entry level employment in satisfying positions.
The Academy does not provide job placement or guarantee employment to any student.
This Academy has a culturally diverse educational and work environment. The School is committed to a policy of equal opportunity, non-discrimination, and non-retaliation for any member of the academy’s community on the basis of race, creed, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, disability, veterans’ or marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other protected group status. This policy applies to all employees, faculty, applicants, students and visitors in a manner consistent with applicable federal, state and local laws, regulations, and ordinances. This policy of non-discrimination addresses all aspects of student life and/or academic environment, and therefore, our Academy expressly prohibits unlawful discrimination, harassment, or retaliation, whether in assumptions, attitudes, acts, or policies. Conduct that intimidates by threat, violence, brings about adversity, or creates a hostile environment is contrary to this Academy’s commitment of maintaining a harmonious, high performance work and educational environment.