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Kansas is one of the few states that doesn’t require a state-level HVAC license.

Even so, the information you’ll obtain on this page will prove valuable for your career.

HVAC Programs in Kansas

Employers and clients look for highly competent HVAC technicians to provide HVAC services.

So if you aspire to succeed in this field, you need to get the appropriate education, training, and field experience.

And enrolling in an HVAC program at an accredited school can help you through this career journey.

Below, you’ll find some of Kansas’s HVAC training centers that you can check out.

15 HVAC Schools in Kansas

School NameAddress
Ashworth College6625 The Corners Pkwy NW #500, Norcross, GA 30092
Fort Scott Community College2108 S. Houston, Fort Scott, KS 66701
HVAC TrainingN57 W 13466 Reichert Ave, Menomonee Falls, WI 53007
hvacredu.net (Online Training)P.O. Box 77, Heron, MT 59844
Johnson County Community College12345 College Blvd., Overland Park, KS 66210
Kansas City Area Technical School2220 North 59th Street, Kansas City, KS 66104
Kaw Area Technical School5724 SW Huntoon, Topeka, KS 66604
Manhattan Area Technical College3136 Dickens Avenue, Manhattan, KS 66503
North Central Kansas Technical CollegePO Box 507, Beloit, KS 67420
NorthEast Kansas Technical College1501 W Riley, Atchison, KS 66002
Salina Area Technical School2562 Centennial Road, Salina, KS 67401
Southwest Kansas Technical School2215 N Kansas, Liberal, KS 67901
Vatterott College8853 East 37th Street North, Wichita, KS 67226
Wichita Area Technical College301 S. Grove, Wichita, KS 67211
Wichita Technical Institute2051 S. Meridian, Wichita, KS 67213

EPA Certification

Even without a state-level license, you will need to get the EPA Section 608 Technician Certification.

It’s a mandatory certification for all technicians working with refrigerants to ensure they can safely handle these harmful chemicals.

Read more about this certification in our guide.

Local-level Licensing

Some of Kansas’s localities will require you to get a local-level license before you can provide HVAC services.

For example, in Wichita, the city will issue you the following licenses if you meet its criteria:

  • Journeyman mechanical license
  • Master mechanical license
  • Trade contractor license

Another thing to note is if you plan to start an HVAC business, you will need a contractor and/or a business license.

So you should check with the local government offices where you’ll be working if they have any licensing requirements.

Potential Salary

HVAC technicians are in high demand in Kansas, with 3,790 employed as of May 2021 per the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Because of this, it resulted in an increase in salaries, making the job market more competitive.

The salary now ranges between $30,000 and $76,000, with an average of $51,270 annually.

Take a look at the salary information of 10 of Kansas’s cities below.

Annual Salary Range:

Average Salary of HVAC Techs in Kansas

City NameSalary
Overland Park$45,791
Kansas City$45,931
* Salary information last updated 2024

Regional Salary

RegionEmployedAvg. Annual SalaryAvg. Hourly PayTop 10% Annual SalaryBottom 10% Annual Salary
Lawrence, KS130$48,590$23.36$64,180$34,660
Manhattan, KS160$54,290$26.1$81,320$34,420
Topeka, KS240$56,250$27.04$77,710$35,550
Wichita, KS790$53,040$25.5$78,170$33,140
* Salary information based on the May 2022 Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) Survey for Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers, OCC 49-9021, BLS.
* Employment conditions in your area may vary.

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