Apprenticeship Program

Grow Your Skills & Expand Your Opportunities

What started as a small HVAC company founded by Don Wyckoff Jr., has now grown into a trusted business led by third generation owners Andy Wyckoff and Job Cooper that employs over 150 people and services clients all over Iowa. We’ve taken our family business to the next level to serve the needs of our customers, all without sacrificing the service-oriented roots and family values that Wyckoff Industries was built on.

Program Details

After one year of employment with Wyckoff, an individual is eligible to enroll in the four-year apprenticeship program. Class start dates are available January-June of each year and Wyckoff Heating and Cooling covers all tuition expenses up-front. The employee is then responsible for covering remaining costs of the program through a series of monthly deductions from their regular paycheck. No interest is charged to the employee.

Upon completion of the four-year program and state licensure, Wyckoff will reimburse all paid program fees for the graduate. The employee must then remain with Wyckoff Heating and Cooling for four years after completing the program to qualify for educational reimbursement.

Program Benefits

Specialized Training

Jobs that begin with an apprenticeship are highly skilled and in high demand. The HVAC industry is growing rapidly and can always use more team members. You can utilize these valued credentials to launch your career.

You Get Paid to Learn

As an employee-apprentice, you will be earning a paycheck during the learning process. Through a combination of hands-on training and book learning, you will learn important skills that can stick with you throughout the length of your career.

Sign Up for Our Apprenticeship Program Today

Wyckoff Heating and Cooling is always looking for driven and passionate individuals who are willing to learn and work hard. If this opportunity sounds like something you would like to take advantage of, please complete this form.

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