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4815 Green Oaks Drive, River Oaks, TX 76114

Vocational Programs

Vocational Programs at Texas Career Center

Texas Career Center is Approved and Regulated
by the Texas Workforce Commission Career Schools and Colleges in Austin, Texas.

Professional Coder Training Program              HVACR Service Training Program

Texas Career Center - Vocational Career TrainingTexas Career Center provides programs of study driven by the needs of our local employers; and those which represent promising forecasts for employment by the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Statistics. Our objective is to offer affordable, yet excellent training to adults who aspire to change the direction of their future.

Our vocational programs will always strive to utilize resources and materials in the classroom and lab that are consistent with the current workplace standards and occupational needs. Texas Career Center is active and knowledgeable with current industry advancements for each career vocational program taught, and we teach our students the value of integrating integrity and honesty in all business activities.


Texas Career Center
provides in-house financing for all vocational training programs. See our Financing page. We are conveniently located in Fort Worth, Texas with convenient access from I-30 and Loop 820.

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PROFESSIONAL CODER TRAINING Program

Texas Career Center is partners with the AAPC as a licensed and approved instructional facility to teach the distinguished AAPC curriculum for our Professional Medical Coder Training program.

The AAPC CPC® Credential:
Gold Standard for Coding Certifications

The AAPC CPC® credential is the gold standard for coding certifications, and the AAPC curriculum is designed to prepare the student for the intense study and preparation that is required to pass the CPC® examination.

Texas Career Center is approved by the American Academy of Professional Coders to teach their exclusive coding curriculum.  Our students receive valuable discounts on their CPC exam fees and AAPC membership as well as the assurance that they are trained by trained and approved Certified Professional Coding Instructors (CPC-I).

Statistics support a 30% higher CPC® exam pass rate for students who learn from the AAPC curriculum.

Texas Career Center is proud to teach the same AAPC curriculum that prepared our coding instructors for their career.  We offer free tutoring and exam assistance for all of our coding students.

The AAPC curriculum continues to develop medical coding professionals who enjoy thriving careers in this growing field of work.

2018 PROFESSIONAL CODER
TRAINING PROGRAM SCHEDULES

HVAC SERVICE TRAINING Program

HVAC service technicians are in high demand to fill the employment needs in a variety of organizations, including commercial air conditioning and heating, residential air conditioning and heating, commercial food storage, and commercial food processing facilities. In the State of Texas, there will always be a need for qualified service technicians in the HVACR industry, and most of the companies who are hiring require a post-secondary education in the field.

The Texas Career Center Fort Worth HVAC Service Tech Training Program was developed by TXCC pioneer, William Lahmer. Bill has built a strong career and a local HVACR business through more than 35 years of working in all facets of the HVACR field.

From truck driver to parts sales to service technician to business owner, Bill will share his knowledge and his experience to help others fulfill their own career dreams.

Bill’s reputation of honesty and hard work through years of servicing a multitude of commercial and residential clients will be shared in the classroom and enforced with his students.

If you are looking for a career in HVACR, you will learn both the skills and the business integrity at TXCC.

2018 HVAC SERVICE TECHNICIAN
TRAINING PROGRAM SCHEDULES

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