Association of Air Conditioning Professionals
The 2017-2018 AACP Apprenticeship Program
To survive and succeed, it is necessary to have a good education, to choose an occupation which offers a competitive income and to master a skill in which you can take pride.
The HVACR industry offers you just that! With skilled workers in great demand, the HVACR Industry offers a career with year-round work and the opportunity for promotion.
This stimulating and exciting four-year apprenticeship program was developed by the AACP after carefully assessing the needs of the HVACR industry.
Upon successful completion of this program, each apprentice will receive:
Please read the important information below which concerns registration for 2017-2018.
Apprenticeship registration(s) must be received on or before June 30, 2017.
FIRST TIME APPLICANTS
A First-Time Applicant must send a request to AACP to create an online profile. This request can be via email using the link below. Send us this information: First Name, Middle Name, Last Name, Home Phone, E-Mail Address and Name of Employer.
Once we create the online profile, you will be sent a temporary password by email. This password will allow you to log in and update your online profile, change your password, and register for the program.
Or, you may call the AACP Office at 410.527.0780 to create your online profile.
First Time Applicants: Send your Information via E-Mail
Log into your online profile using your email address as the username. If you forgot your password, click on Forgot Password and the system will assign and send you a temporary one. Once you receive the temporary password, log into your profile and update your password.
NOTE: An unemployed individual can only participate in the first year of the program. An apprentice in the Second, Third and Fourth Year MUST be employed by an AACP member company.
Returning Apprentices: Click Here to Register
Financial arrangements for the payment of tuition for the apprenticeship program are strictly between the employer and the apprentice. The employer and the apprentice acknowledge that the sponsor of the apprenticeship program - Association of Air Conditioning Professionals - assumes no liability whatsoever with respect to those financial arrangements.