Heating and A/C serviceman ins and outs

Thinking of getting into a current line of work? There are a ton of tasks out there and a lot of them spend money well and offer good benefits. I’ve worn several hats over the years, going from being an engineer in the Valley to a comedian in Europe and beyond. Life is about residing and experiencing lots of unusual things and if you are not afraid to be courageous you can live a life of meaning and purpose. I have owned suppliers and worked for other people, and I now love the latter. This week I’ll talk about Heating and A/C techs and what it takes to become one. Becoming an Heating and A/C serviceman requires both technical knowledge and hands-on experience. To get started, one should obtain a high school diploma or equivalent, plus complete a vocational training program or an apprenticeship, vocational schools or trade schools offer Heating and A/C programs that provide students with the technical skills necessary to install, maintain, and repair heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems. These programs usually last between 6 to 12 months and include both classroom instruction and hands-on training. Apprenticeships are another path to becoming an Heating and A/C Technician. These programs combine on-the-task training with classroom instruction and provide students with the occasion to labor with experienced Heating and A/C Technicians and learn from them. Apprenticeships properly last 3 to 5 years. In addition to vocational training or apprenticeships, Heating and A/C Technicians must also be licensed by the state in which they work. To obtain a license, one must pass an exam that covers the upgrade and service of Heating and A/C systems. This should point you in the right direction if you are interested in the field… Good luck.

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