Type: Posts; User: fv_tom
if you're in it for the money...you're going to be disappointed
yes, i forgot about them
There are 3 companies that do all the grocery store work around here: CT, Jones, and DFR (which is superstore/loblaw's own refrigeration company).
i will take the rain and mild temps any day over Calgary's weather ;)
check their website? I would imagine most union companies are commercial.
There is a bridge I often drive over and the onramp goes right by the roof of a mall. I was looking at one like that for a few weeks.
I'd like to know how to clean one in the room...I had to clean one the other day and it was a nightmare!
yeah when you're on the roof in January in short sleeves...not so good for business.
Lol...i don't need it.
Depends what their "criminal record" is for. Marijuana posession? Give me a break.
not everyone with a criminal record is a "career criminal" or child molester...just saying.
The point I am trying to get across is that to an employer...they are the exact same thing. You still won't have any real experience. That's how apprenticeships work. You get a year of work...
That's great that they teach you how to use tools in the shop. Lefty loosey, righty tighty.
Your level 1 doesn't mean anything. You will be starting at the exact same place as the guy who just...
Are you doing the cheaper, pre-app course? I think that full-time 6 month one they offer is a waste. You aren't going to know anything when you get on the tools anyways. The pre-app is just to get...
What else is coming into the venting from the left side of the furnace?
Nope...save your money and get a job. In the real world that level 1 doesn't really help you without any work experience. In fact some (non-union) employers might want you to re-take it anyways for...
I did once every 4-5 weeks for about 5 years...now it's one week every 4 months.
I think job hopping is a good thing...to a point. I did 4.5 years at the first company I worked for in the trade, then a year at a second company, and am happy now at the third. I've been exposed to...
Every job I have ever had the benefits didn't start for 90 days.
I was shaky on ladders when I started out...you get over it .
even my wife laughed at those gas pipe supports
Why don't you have a read of all the "just graduated from HVAC school and can't find a job" threads...from guys who AREN'T registered sex offenders. And then think about your job prospects.
You needed to add nitrogen to find the leak?:grin2:
So...how did it go?