The Refrigeration School

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The Refrigeration School provides HVAC and electrical technology job training. This school offers evening and weekend classes for people with busy schedules. The career development staff helps students find employment after graduating and helps them prepare for interviews and develop eye-catching resumes.

Graduates leave the Refrigeration School prepared for high-paying careers in the HVAC industry and ready to immediately contribute to an organization. All students receive materials developed by the career development staff that answers questions about securing jobs and career progression. In addition to technical training, students develop problem-solving, marketing, and effective communication skills.

The mission of The Refrigeration School is to assist learners in development of the skills and knowledge necessary for employment and professional growth.

General Information

4210 E Washington Street, Phoenix, AZ 85034-1816
General Information:(602) 275-7133
Web Address:refrigerationschool.com
Type of Institution:2-year private for-profit school
Awards Offered:1-year certificate
One but less than two year certificate
AA/AS degree
Campus setting:Fringe Rural
On-campus housing:No
Number of Students:657 (all are undergraduates)
Ratio of students to faculty:34 to 1

Degrees and Programs

  • Electrical Technologies
  • Welding Specialist
  • Refrigeration Technologies & HVACR Training
  • Electro-Mechanical Technologies
  • Mechanical Maintenance Engineering

The Refrigeration School is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges

For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important information, please visit our website at, http://www.refrigerationschool.com/about-rsi/regulatory-information/

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