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Remington College opens HVAC program enrollment

May 17, 2013
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The Cleveland campus of Remington College is now enrolling students for its HVAC diploma program. The program is designed to provide students with skills in the fundamentals and practice of the HVAC industry, said officials.

Topics will include an introduction to HVAC and refrigeration, fundamental HVAC maintenance, automated controls, motors and motor control, residential systems, commercial HVAC systems, and commercial refrigeration systems.  

“This program is a fit for someone looking to get their start in the industry, change careers or just upgrade their skills," said Gary Azotea, president of the Remington College-Cleveland Campus.

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