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Currently Enrolling for the 2015 September HVAC Professional Certification Class - Only 3 Seats Remain!

MTEC instructors strategically developed this three-month long HVAC Pro course in an effort to prepare students with hands-on knowledge needed to sit for Maine State licensing exams in an accelerated time frame. For example, completion of the 6-week long Oil Module will eliminate 6 months of apprenticeship time required by the state for licensing! This program will also provide students with nationally recognized EPA Certification, as well as CTEP for Propane and Natural Gas, allowing them to preparedly seek employment in what is quietly becoming one of New England's leading workforces. This program is supported by the MTEC Education Foundation, and students enrolling are automatically eligible for a $700 education grant. This is a grant, not a loan, which means there is no repayment required. To learn more about the HVAC Pro class, including dates, tuition and class requirements, please visit the online registration, available HERE. Click here for printable PDF registration.

Nearly ALL Maine business and residences rely on heating and cooling systems, which means the employment opportunities are plentiful, and the possibilities limitless in the industry. Our program is concentrated, direct, hands-on, and designed to provide students the nuts and bolt knowledge that will allow them to enter the workforce with confidence!

Join MTEC and Peter Holmes of the Maine Fuel Board for a half day Fuel Codes Update class!

Date: June19, 2015

Time: 8AM – 12PM
Curtis Memorial Library
23 Pleasant St,
Brunswick, Maine 04011
*There is on street parking around the library, as well as a municipal lot on Union Street
Cost: This event is FREE to attend, but you must RSVP. Coffee will be provided.

Please RSVP to Staci Best or call 207-415-9452

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