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Isaac University

Did you know that Isaac technicians receive more hands-on training in the first six weeks of their employment than installers and service staff at other heating and air conditioning companies typically receive over the course of their careers?

This extensive training is offered by Isaac University. This is the dedicated training center of Isaac Heating & Air Conditioning. Also, our training program is modeled by companies across the country, inside and outside of the HVAC industry, as THE standard for technical training.

Isaac University exists for the specific benefit of training Isaac technicians in their ultimate pursuit of NATE (North American Technician Excellence) Certification. NATE is the gold standard for technician development in HVACR. In fact, Isaac has more NATE-certified technicians than any other HVAC provider in the industry. There are 105 NATE-certified technicians with 492 NATE-certified specialties. This helps Isaac technicians enhance their status in the industry, and in their own personal achievement.

That’s the Isaac difference! In fact, what that means to our customers is the highest quality installation, service, and home comfort services.  What it means to Isaac technicians is being considered among the best in their field.

Continuing this year is the Isaac Boot Camp

Isaac Boot Camp is a paid, technician training program guided by a single mission. This mission is to take people who have no experience in the HVAC industry and provide them with the right education and training. If they make it through, Isaac offers them a position in the company.

“Our Boot Camp programs are all paid training,” said Eric Knaak, Executive Vice President and General Manager. “We are providing the training and the skills to help people develop a career, while also paying them for their time. We pay for a 40-hour work week during a training period of up to 12 weeks.”

Isaac technicians are given an opportunity to be better than most of the other technicians in the market. They gain a critical understanding of how to work on the equipment, and why systems work the way they do. They learn design, operation, maintenance, and troubleshooting. Also, they learn how to work with the customers to educate them on how the systems work.

“The job opening outlook over the next five to 10 years in this industry is through the roof, including opportunities right here at Isaac,” said Ray Isaac, President. “We are hiring experienced and entry-level technicians every day. Also, we are building branches and adding to our Isaac team, and the job outlook for this career overall is amazing.”


By Eric Knaak
Executive Vice President & General Manager




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