We offer a wide range of high quality job training.
The Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology (CPI) opened its doors as a technical training center in 1969. Over the years, CPI has continuously expanded its technical training programs and services to include continuous day, evening, and weekend schedules. Technical training at CPI serves a workforce seeking new careers and workers in need of skills-upgrade training. As a result of its impact on economic and workforce development, CPI strives to be a leader in post-secondary technical training in Pennsylvania today. Qualified instructors and curricula based on industry standards and certifications are CPI hallmarks. Its convenient location along the I-99 corridor and adjacent to I-80 affords CPI an opportunity to function as a regional workforce training facility. CPI is accredited by the Pennsylvania State Board of Vocational Education and the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).
Each class has a limited number of spaces available, so early registration is recommended. Classes are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Initial payment and/or payment arrangements must be secured at the time of enrollment.
The Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology reserves the right to cancel any course that does not meet the minimum enrollment requirements. If a course is cancelled, a member of the Post-Secondary Education office will notify all students who have enrolled in the course and refund any payments made for the course.
Dates and times for all courses are listed directly below the course description. If a course has TBA listed for a date and/or time, interested parties should call the Post-Secondary Education Office at 814.359.2793 (207), for dates and times. Start dates and times are subject to change, enrolled students will be notified by the Post-Secondary Education Office if changes occur.
The HVAC/R program prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to repair, install, service, and maintain the operating condition of heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems.