As I am going to school at the local community college to learn the HVAC/R trade. I am finding a lot of the classes I need to take to further my knowledge in the field, either full or offered at inconvenient times.
In trying to expedite my education, I am wondering if I should try for some of NATE certifications that I see offered?
IF not NATE, what other type of certification might I try ? I guess the main thing I am looking for, is something that would look good on my resume to a prospective employer.
I know I need to get my EPA card to handle refrigerant. On the upside my school does offer a class to prepare for the EPA test ! The downside, that class is full this quarter