It looks like no technical questions are allowed in the introductions sub-forum so I figured this is the best place to post this. Anyhow, I have a career background in electrical controls engineering (industrial automation controls) and I want to become an HVAC tech or any closely related position where I can work with HVAC equipment hands on.
Considering my career background and skills are related to HVAC industry concepts/skills I imagine that this could help me progress towards "HVAC certified" status more quickly. I am also fairly certain that, at the very least, some of my university credits should be transferable to HVAC education.
Anyone else here make the transition from electrical engineer to HVAC tech/engineer?
What might be the best path for me to take considering I already have a BS in electrical engineering and field experience with industrial automation design, installation, implementation, and troubleshooting.