Northwestern Technological Institute

For Michigan students entering the HVACR trade, Northwestern Technological Institute is a great fit. With 39 years of experience, the school offers four certifications in under 11 months. The single, dedicated program teaches enrollees how to fix and install heating, air conditioning, boilers, and refrigeration systems. Basic plumbing, electrical, and appliance repair are also included.

Programs & Courses

HVAC & Building Services

  • Electrical
  • HVAC
  • Plumbing

Campus Locations

Southfield, MI 24567 Northwestern Hwy., Southfield, MI 48075

Financial Aid Services

The experienced consultants at NW Tech help candidates find the funds they need. Specialists walk applicants through the FAFSA to get them qualified for grants and loans. The school collaborates with Michigan Works! and TAA/TRA case workers to bring in more grant money as well.

Student Services

Northwestern Technological Institute has a guided three step method for enrollment. First, admissions experts give a tour of the facility, assist with applications, and review program details. A consultant then goes over financial needs and sets up a plan for tuition. From there, students are able to pay and register for classes. The process lets people get into their courses quickly and easily.

Career Services

All graduates receive job placement assistance at the end of their training. Staff will review resumes and discuss career goals. Local employers regularly reach out to NW Tech when hiring new technicians. Additionally, a bi-annual job fair hosts 15 to 20 companies seeking HVACR trained individual.

Veteran and Military Services

As a Military Friendly School, advisors at NW Tech are well-versed with the Department of Veteran Affairs to help vets navigate the financial aid process. Attendees may be eligible for benefits like the Post-9/11 or Montgomery GI Bill. Funding is often available to the spouses of enlisted personnel too.

Alumni Services

Nine out of ten Northwestern Technological Institute alumni get work in the field. Grads can also retake any classes free of charge. This allows them to brush up and stay current, a major benefit when looking for jobs.