18 years in business
Heron, MT 59844-9545
- (888) 655-4822
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Type of EntityLimited Liability Corporation
- Mr. Chris Compton, Member
- Ms. Patricia Leiser, Administration Director
- Principal: Mr. Chris Compton, Member
- Online Education
- Employment Training
Alternate Business Names
- HVACR Learning Network
- Blue C, LLC
Licensing, Bonding or RegistrationThis business is in an industry that may require professional licensing, bonding or registration. BBB encourages you to check with the appropriate agency to be certain any requirements are currently being met.
HVACRedu.net is Accredited by: HVAC Excellence
The American National Standards Institute Accredited Program Certificate
Issuer for our 4-year HVACR Apprenticeship Related Training Program
Methods of Payment
We assure you that the educational information packed into each learning module is well worth the price, in fact it’s a bargain! From the Catalog, just click on the title of any item to view the price for that item. We offer you several options:
Pay in full with your credit or debit card online (PayPal, Visa, MasterCard, American Express).
In-house no interest financing is available to students enrolling in any program priced at $1,000 or more. Email LaDonna@hvacredu.net and she can work out a plan for you. You will pay a down payment to start, then monthly payments designed for your specific program and payment options. Once your payments are established, you can pay with your debit or credit card on schedule (see above).
If you work in the HVACR industry or are a contractor, you (and your workmates) can sign up together for an annual 12 month subscription. This option is great if you’re planning to focus on your professional development. The price gets lower (in increments of 5) as more technicians join your group. Your 12 month subscription begins when you sign up. Because you’re already working and to save you money, we don’t include an online instructor with your subscription. But if you ever want one, you can pay a small fee per course to access our online subject matter experts and receive their professional guidance through your course.
Some technicians receive professional development funding through their employers. It is worth asking about. We can email an invoice to you and your boss, the two of you can figure out how much each of you will pay, and mail us a check or pay with the company credit card. Note: if your boss pays the enrollment fee, he is entitled to receive your progress reports.
Some utility companies offer a scholarship program for HVAC Technician Training as part of their efforts to make buildings more energy efficient, or as part of their customer rebate program. Check with your local utility company to see if they have available training funds.
Military funding may be available to you if you are active military or a veteran. The best way for you to access this funding is to enroll in OUR online HVACR Technician program through one of our partner community colleges or workforce training centers. To find a school near you, just click this link. [enter ed2go link]
Your family and friends may offer to support your career path by helping fund all or part of your education. Let them know this kind of gift is what you want for your birthday, anniversary, or Christmas. We can prepare an invoice and letter that describes the program of your choice and the price.
Payment questions? Contact:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 888-655-4822 x1111
Refund & Exchange Policy:Withdrawal after purchase of a COURSE:
A student may request a refund after withdrawal from a COURSE that has started. Refunds will be issued as follows:
If the student enrolled in a COURSE, withdraws, and requests a refund within 48 hours from time of purchase, and no exams were completed, then the refund will be the course price paid minus a $50 administrative fee, and the cost of the textbook plus shipping charges if one was purchased.
Any requests after 48 hours or after an exam is completed, will receive NO refund.
Withdrawal after start of a PROGRAM:
A student may request a refund after withdrawal from a PROGRAM he has started. Refunds will be issued as follows:
If the student enrolled in a PROGRAM, withdraws, and requests a refund any time during the first seven daysthe refund will be the program purchase price minus any textbook price, shipping charges, and a $125 administrative fee.
If the student enrolled in a PROGRAM, withdraws, and requests a refund after attempting an exam OR after the first seven days from the purchase date, there will be no refund given.
Refunds will not be applied as credit toward any other enrollment.
There will be no refund for a student that uses a payment plan to purchase a program. Any remaining payments will be cancelled and not processed from time of withdraw.
Refunds will be mailed within two weeks after the refund request has been approved.
Students requesting a refund should email email@example.com.
This company offers an online HVACR Career Education Program.
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