Training tomorrow’s advanced energy technicians today.
More about ENTECH
Entech Advanced Energy Training is a state-certified, private, non-profit, technical school affiliated with CEMA (Connecticut Energy Marketers Association). We are an approved post secondary school by Connecticut Office of Higher Education We offer students the opportunity to train in the exciting and well-paying field of energy. Our programs have helped thousands of students over the last four decades start rewarding careers in:
- HVACR (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration)
- BPI Building Analyst Training
What’s more, Entech offers students:
- lower cost tuition than other schools
- faster career starts than other schools
- training on all of the latest equipment
Entech is unlike any other technical training school because of our unique relationship with Energy company owners (members of CEMA) and their service managers. Our curriculum is guided by the people who know exactly what is needed in todays energy workforce. Global energy trends are ever-changing, energy-efficient technologies are constantly emerging, and our staff is on the leading edge of it. Our graduates have been well trained for the positions they’re looking to fill.
The core of Entech’s classwork focuses on how HVAC systems work. We use extensive hands-on training, in the best-equipped HVAC labs in the state, to teach system theory and trouble-shooting. For example, after students learn about control circuitry-wiring diagrams, they build a training board incorporating the controls discussed in the class. Upon graduation, our students have the confidence and basic knowledge needed to be an entry-level technician. We also have an Education Center that offers additional programs and seminars for students who want to upgrade to a higher license category, or accumulate CEUs (Continuing Education Units).
Entech provides complete training programs for careers in HVACR or CETP Propane. Apprenticeship programs in the State of Connecticut are administered by the Department of Labor through Regional Apprenticeship Representatives. Consultants are available to provide technical assistance, monitoring, and consulting services to qualified employers who are willing to take on the responsibilities and obligations of program sponsorship. For more information on apprenticeship programs, call (860) 263-6085 or visit http://www.ctdol.state.ct.us/progsupt/appren/appren.htm
If you'd like to find out how Entech can help you on your way to a successful career, fill out the form or call 860-893-0605.