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Degree: Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Engineering Technology/Technician
Graduation Year: 2009

If you read this review before applying for this course please don't waste your time/money! I enrolled in the HVAC class on the very first day of class the instructor (not a real educator, but a plumbing, lay-person) who had no people skills, who's English was rudimentary inspite of being an American...it was difficult to follow what he was talking about because he used profanity every other word and to top it off he wanted to know what the students sexual preference was because I was the only female in the class, this was his ignorant way of asking if I were gay! When I complained to the administrator I was offered to moved to the next class, but told I would still have to take this man's class...duh! Go to plumbing 102 only to be moved back to 101 wtf? Needless to say my first day was my last I refused to give this axx backward school my hard earned money...found a union sponsored program and completed my certification there; and began my career in the Control field with flying colors! Lincoln Tech sucks!

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