b'HVACCAREERPOSSIBILITIES2Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning Technicians work in a variety of locations, including: Industrial Locations Residential Facilities Commercial FacilitiesJOB OUTLOOK CERTIFICATIONSPersons who perform maintenance, service, repairs, or disposals that could release refrigerants (and the chemicals in them) from appliances into the atmosphere are required by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to hold specific certifications to ensure that the refrigerants are handled correctly. Remington Colleges HVAC diploma EMPLOYMENT OF HEATING, program tuition includes the cost of the students first attempt AIR CONDITIONING, AND at the EPA certification exams. 3Certifications are as follows:REFRIGERATION MECHANICS ANDINSTALLERS IS PROJECTED TO Type IRequired for HVAC technicians primarily servicing INCREASE small appliances, such as domestic refrigerators, window air 5% * conditioners and vending machines.Type IIRequired for HVAC technicians primarily servicing and disposing of equipment using a high-pressure refrigerant. Examples include residential air conditioners and heat pumps, supermarket refrigeration and process refrigeration.DURING THE 2020-2030 DECADE. Type IIIRequired for HVAC technicians primarily servicing and disposing of equipment using a low-pressure refrigerant. These units are mainly chillers.* Source: http://www.bls.gov/ooh/installation-maintenance-and-repair/heating-air-conditioning-and-refrigeration-mechanics- UniversalRequired for HVAC technicians who service all and-installers.htm. BLS statistics represent national job growth projections and are not necessarily reflective of local markettypes of equipment.conditions. Employment not guaranteed for students or graduates.2 Employment not guaranteed for students or graduates. 800-392-1908 | remingtoncollege.edu 3 Certain restrictions may apply.'