Branford Hall Career Institute Reviews - HVAC

4.85 out of 5 stars
(3 Reviews)
  • Multiple Locations
  • Annual Tuition: $11,250 - $16,357
100% of 3 students said this degree improved their career prospects
100% of 3 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

4.9 out of 5 stars
LARRY - 4/26/2016
Degree: HVAC
Graduation Year: 2015
"I know that most reviews will complain about the school and how expensive it is and how they promis you a job but never follow through. I just have to say Branford hall is a Career college. not an employment agency. they help you with getting a job by perfecting your resume and critique your interview skills. I graduated from HEATING VENTILATION / REFRIGERATION, i AM 50 years old. it took me time but i took my experience from HVAC training . i decided to move to Florida to gain employment in Air conditioning I succeeded and took that experience up a level. I a now a maintenance supervisor in charge of a restoral facility for develop mentally disabled adults. , iI am in charge of all A/C units repairs,contractors, maintenance and service, along with general building repairs. If it wasn't for Branford hall I would of been out of work for 3 years. I learned in depth in lab. and theory. I ignored the drama and gossip. and focused on my studies and graduated with a B average. so you can do it. you have to put in to it and DON'T TREAT IT LIKE HIGH SCHOOL. IT IS CAREER TRAINING. LIKE A COMPANY would send you to advance in their company. " you get out what you put in. " you have to want it and be determined to make a commitment."
4.8 out of 5 stars
Peter Ragan - 7/11/2014
Degree: HVAC
Graduation Year: 2013
"When I started this school I didn't know my left from my right. The instructors took me on as a personal project to help me understand the concepts upon my eagerness for the information. No question went unanswered. The critics complain they never learned anything. I saw a ton of students slacking off... Showing up late for class or skipping out early. The instructors understand that you, the student, are paying for the education yourself. They're not going to have you make your mommy sign a failing grade on paper or hound you about paying attention in class/lab. Thats a personal decision you have to make for yourself. If you sit on your cellphone in class or not pay attention in any other way, it's your loss. The instructors don't care if you don't want to learn. But they especially care if you show you do want to learn. They passed along their academic and mechanical genius because I worked as hard as i could and they understood that. I got hired almost instantly by one of Estee Lauders manufacturing plants. The salary is more than I ever dreamed I could make fresh out of school and hell of alot more than I see my friends making who are holding bachelors degrees. Trust me, ignore the critics and work hard if you enroll. You'll see knowledge and success beyond whats promised as long as you apply ourself."
5.0 out of 5 stars
Anonymous - 12/12/2012
Degree: HVAC
Graduation Year: 2013
"All you people complaining about the school are very ignorant, whether the fact the instructors were bad or not doesnt stop you from furthering your education, your just explaining how un-determined to want to learn and do something with your lives. As long as you read your text book you will know everything you need to know, also majority if not all of these complaints are of the MEDICAL feild of branford hall. Being an H-VAC/R student I cant say much about the medical aspect but the H-VAC/R side is excellent. The instructors are amazingly educated, one of them is a millionaire due to his H-VAC/R knowledge and can teach you entirely everything you need to know, the instructors for H-VAC/R act basically as if there your friends, they are patient and try to help you to ther fullest extent, as long as you are respectful and treat your instructors like human beings, just like any teacher from highschool all the way to harvard or yale, the teacher will go out of there way to help you. Now if you want to have a career and your serious about H-VAC/R join right away, but if you think that you can just attend this school and get everything handed to you, then your going to have a bad experience, the problem is many lazy people come to this school as an exscuse to change there life style, listen if your not going to help yourself, then dont come to this school, only come if your serious about your future and absorb everything you can ! Good luck with your decision :)"
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