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Extending Job Placement Locally and Nationally.
HVACR educational programs are always looking for additional opportunities to extend their job placement and provide their graduates the best possible career opportunities.

As a result of an articulation agreement between HVAC Excellence and the United Association (UA), HVACR graduates may qualify for advanced placement with prominent employers such as; Johnson Controls Inc., Carrier Commercial Service, Siemens Industry, Inc., EMCOR, Mckinstry and other contractor members of the Mechanical Service Contractors of America (MSCA).

MSCA is the leading national trade association for HVACR contractors and a subsidiary of the Mechanical Contractors Association of America representing 3,000 employers nationwide. www.msca.org

United Association is a Department of Labor approved apprenticeship program that serves over 370,000 apprentices and journeymen in the United States, Canada and Australia. www.ua.org.

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HVAC Excellence
is a not for profit organization that works to improve competency in the HVACR industry though validation of the technical education process at various stages of a technicians career. www.hvacexcellence.org

MSCA member companies offer career opportunities with; the potential to earn up to six digits per year, numerous benefits (including health insurance, pension plans, laptops, tablets, service vehicles, uniforms, and more), lifelong education (with college credits, certification and degree programs), a career with unlimited opportunity for growth and advancement.

These MSCA members are continually seeking qualified individuals to fill job vacancies nationwide. Through an articulation agreement, HVACR graduates may qualify for advanced placement as a result of HVAC Excellence credentials. A copy of the agreement is available at www.hvacellence.org by clicking on the accreditation link.

The MSCA and United Association recognize the importance of a good education for tomorrow's HVAC service technician. The schools accredited by HVAC Excellence have met many tough requirements in curriculum development, equipment and tools, and instructor training. MSCA and the United Association have made a commitment to position HVAC Excellence accredited schools as the main entry point for aspiring technicians and will continue to work together to grow the next generation of HVAC service technicians.

"Our partnership with MSCA and the United Association helps accredited schools in two ways; it points interested students in the direction of schools that have attained accreditation, it provides graduates of these programs additional opportunities for placement." Howard Weiss, HVAC Excellence, ESCO Group.

To learn more about HVAC Excellence and the articulation agreement, visit www.hvacexcellence.org or call 1-800-394-5268.


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