CCCTC HVAC/R Students Earn Ladder Safety Certifications

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Front row from left to right: Matthew Hallman, Moshannon Valley Area High School; Troy Hess, Clearfield Area High School; Cameron Spingola, Philipsburg Osceola Area High School; Howard Uber, Adult Student; and Edwin Castro, Adult Student. Back row from left to right: Joseph Clark, Clearfield Area High School; Tanner Rice, West Branch Area High School; Trenton Bellomy, West Branch Area High School; Andrew Harvey, Clearfield Area High School; Franklin Thomas, West Branch Area High School; Chase Hummel, Clearfield Area High School; and Benjamin Crain, Philipsburg Osceola Area High School.

Despite COVID restrictions, students at Clearfield County Career and Technology Center are continuing to pursue their career goals. CCCTC’s Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration (HVAC/R) students completed all four of their Ladder Safety Certifications through the American Ladder Institute Ladder Training. These certifications are very important in the industry when working on commercial heating and cooling systems. HVAC/R technicians often find themselves in some fairly high environments, whether they are on top of a roof or on a ladder accessing ductwork or vents in a ceiling or attic space.