Florida Career College Reviews of Certificates in HVAC

  • 20 Reviews
  • Hialeah (FL) (and 10 others)
  • Annual Tuition: $16,684
33% of 20 students said this degree improved their career prospects
65% of 20 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Reviews - Certificates in HVAC

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James Allen Banks Brown
  • Reviewed: 2/1/2023
  • Degree: HVAC
"I am so glad that I chose FCC for further education and knowledge about a lot of things that I want to know and learn. This school is a very good school. It is also very fun. I have told plenty of people that I attend this school and how much I enjoy being able to get a good education. I have no regrets about enrollment. Thank you Florida Career College!"
Gad
  • Reviewed: 2/1/2023
  • Degree: HVAC
"Very interesting and helpful teachers willing to help you in anything you need.They really take their time out with you. Everything is thoroughly explained so even a baby can get the lesson. It is a great learning experience for both young and old students."
MATHEL Toussaint
  • Reviewed: 2/1/2023
  • Degree: HVAC
"Great instructors!!! I truly enjoy the welcoming environment Florida career college sets for its students. The staff is extremely engaging with the students and always available for the students needs. They also make it really easy for your schedule with day and night classes"
Daniel Aguiar
  • Reviewed: 2/1/2023
  • Degree: HVAC
"Great experience and way of engaging in a class. Teachers and other faculty have been present and able to help students engage and feel welcomed. Seeing how it was easy to sign up and get classes going I was able to begin to pursue my HVAC certificate. Pembroke Pines."
Rashun
  • Reviewed: 2/1/2023
  • Degree: HVAC
"I love the school and the resources they have to help teach you the program. Amazing staff, great teachers, and just a overall great experience I definitely encourage others to come and enroll. And a lot of different programs to look into Pembroke Pines campus"
Yasmanys Fernandez
  • Reviewed: 1/31/2023
  • Degree: HVAC
"I like the classes a lot, the teacher is responsible and dedicated, the environment is pleasant, the classmates are like a team, we all support each other, the requirements are something new for me to be studying this subject that will surely be very beneficial for me and for the beings I love. It will open new doors to the future. I am putting all my effort into this career. I want to graduate and learn as much as I can while this term lasts. I am grateful to everyone for the support they have given me and the satisfaction of finding myself in this team that feels like family and I think that this is of the utmost importance for anyone in this world. Thank you for the opportunity to be there and for all that I have learned. Thank you."
Michael Morales
  • Reviewed: 1/31/2023
  • Degree: HVAC
"Great school very understanding very friendly understanding. Great for anybody with a busy schedule they make it work around any situation. You just need to want it and I hope you get it. Recommend a Miami campus to anyone looking for a higher education in a better lifestyle a better job."
Kevin mcnac
  • Reviewed: 1/25/2023
  • Degree: HVAC
"Very educational and hands on experience was very thorough in my experience and that the online classes has the same learning capabilities,all around my experience at fcc has enlightened me to want to learn more in my heating and air conditioning field"
Daniel Wiley
  • Reviewed: 1/24/2023
  • Degree: HVAC
"I honestly believe that Florida career college is a great trade school and it process was a great process for me. The energy is great and the staff is invested into the students here. My instructor have taught me the basics of my trade and now I am confident and ready for the journey I set out for!!!"
Alisha Maitre
  • Reviewed: 1/23/2023
  • Degree: HVAC
"Since I’ve started this program, I’ve been treated like family. I would vehemently encourage my friends and family to attend Florida Career College. Everything was of top standard, nothing too much trouble, the decor throughout was lovely, clean and well maintained."
Gabe
  • Reviewed: 8/30/2022
  • Degree: HVAC
"The instructors are great people they do they’re best to teach and help you they even have to help against the administration because the office is a complete mess and never are there when you need to speak to them or fix a problem. The administration for this school needs to be checked they will lie and trick you into signing up I regret the day I signed up. I started going during Covid and found out there was a grant they were giving to students that went in mid Covid they told me I wasn’t eligible because I wasn’t enrolled I have my exact dates and proof and still denied this school does not work to help the student it’s all about sign up and good luck with everything they avoid you by any means necessary."
Hvac student
  • Reviewed: 6/22/2022
  • Degree: HVAC
"Hvac student here. Overall my teacher was great. The environment here at fcc Houston is trash. School looks horrible, inside and out. My main problem I have is the job I have now. Been doing it for 10 years made a little more now with the hvac cert. Problem is services constantly Contact my job, show up just to see if I'm there still. When they had nothing to do with me getting that job, just cause you get the cert from them they think they are above you and can do what they want. So when you graduate be ready for the constant calls and pop ups. I wouldn't recommend anyone coming here. Theirs definitely better schools out there and I should of chose elsewhere"
Hvac student
  • Reviewed: 2/13/2022
  • Degree: HVAC
"Not gonna say I didn’t learn anything , but this school was a rip off . The teachers claimed to be doing it 20 years but obviously had very little experience as they didn’t teach us a lot of proper steps that I learned later on after actually being in the field for a month or two you learned that almost everything you were taught was garbage and you end up having to re learn . My best advice to anyone trying to pursue HVAC is go to the field and get a job and learn from that. I did still earn some basic skills and education from the program , but no where near worth 20,000 . Program was only twice a week in person classes and the rest was online … big waste of 20,000."
Juan martinez
  • Reviewed: 9/19/2021
  • Degree: HVAC
"Worst school ever. This school is a fraudulent school. They only want your money. They promise you alot and deliver nothing but lies . Graduated 2 months ago. Still no tools and no job. But they expect you to pay . There should repercussions for schools that don't deliver"
Ray
  • Reviewed: 2/13/2019
  • Degree: HVAC
"Choose another college. This one will lie to you just to get you in the door. We had 4 different teachers within the first 3 months and it wasn't because of MOD change. Our last teacher was on such a power trip you couldn't even ask a question in the class you are paying 25,000 for. Terrible school. Don't waste your time or money ."
HVAC STUDENT
  • Reviewed: 1/17/2019
  • Degree: HVAC
"I know there are a lot of bad reviews below but I can guarantee that they are either from upset students that never graduated or put in the work to graduate. Staff is friendly, helpful and they all care about your well being. My admissions advisor is Miss Rose, she is the sweetest person in the world, really cares about all her students and will go above and beyond to help you. If it wasn't for her I would still be struggling. If you find yourself struggling to pay your Bill's, making minimum wage, no highschool diploma or you are just tired of not feeling like you are worth anything please go see Miss Rose and let her help you change your life. I just graduated with my high school diploma and HVAC certifications and I am already working in my career. Thank you FCC, Miss Rose, Ms. Aida in financial aid, Mr. Bean and all the instructors and career services Julissa for all your help. If you are serious about changing your life around and you are going to put in the work go to FCC"
Alex Collazo
  • Reviewed: 6/6/2018
  • Degree: HVAC
"My experience was amazing, the teachers were very helpful and the admission reps were great. Everyone on the campus makes you feel at home and we are one big family. If you are thinking of going back to school please think of fcc Orlando campus. They will make your dreams possible"
Rob
  • Reviewed: 10/31/2017
  • Degree: HVAC
"Biggest waste of time you can throw 20,000$ at. I went to this school looking to take the Hvac program. Was told all the teachers were expert and professional when i had classmates that had more knowledge about hvac. Ive gone through 3 teachers so far, each of them have quit without notice. Most students can literally graduate with little to no effort. Hidden sign that the upper management have no idea how to run a school. I have made multiple attempts to talk to teachers program supervisor and Save your money and get a real education at atc!"
Anonymous
  • Reviewed: 3/30/2017
  • Degree: HVAC
"HOCUS POCUS so RUN or you will get robbed of your tuition money. I was a student there. The instructor had no knowledge of the subject matter. I found that out the first day after asking him some serious questions. He was just teaching from the book. I did some detective work only to find out that my instructor was a student there him self the year before and has ZERO field experience. How can he make me ready for something that he has not even done it himself ever ? Very little hands on training. Practice tools are old. Practice equipment is old. During the tour before they rail you in they show you look this is new that is new don't buy into it when you go to use it its all beat up as they have 6 classes per day. If you need a machine or a tank to complete a hands on you have to wait till the class next door is finished which can be 2-3 days. I wasted a lot of time and money and have nothing to show for, so save your time and money and go somewhere you can learn something."
Patrick
  • Reviewed: 4/14/2015
  • Degree: HVAC
"I Am still attending this school. I was talking to a couple students who will graduate soon. 2 of the 4 already have jobs lined up in the HVAC field. The other 2 didn't apply as of yet. 2 of the 3 instructors in the evening classes are Jacksonville City Electrical Inspectors, which of course includes HVAC. There was no real sales pitch. No pressure from financial aid office. I held out for a couple days thinking on the financing. They didn't call and hassle me or anything."