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    Hello...

    Hello. I am looking to start my education/career in HVAC. Where I am located there is not much of programs/college classes I can take for this field. If anyone could help with leading me in the right direction and how I can become a Hvac tech would be greatly appreciated. Thank You

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    welcome...... library has many books......
    it was working.... played with it.... now its broke.... whats the going hourly rate for HVAC repair

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    "Where I am located there is not much of programs/college classes".....................

    and just where might that be?
    It`s better to be silent and thought the fool; than speak and remove all doubt.

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    secret....maybe
    it was working.... played with it.... now its broke.... whats the going hourly rate for HVAC repair

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    Thanks alot "PROFESSIONAL MEMBERS"!!! What a joke

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    Go into as many a/c companies and apply as a helper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jupiter Trch View Post
    Go into as many a/c companies and apply as a helper.
    Thank you.. I hope someone gives me a chance to prove my worth.

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    Well I'm not a "Professional Member" (still haven't figured out how to become one) but I'll tell you that quality people are hard to find and on more than one occasion we've hired and trained guys without experience or schooling with good success.

    I'd say that your plan of applying everywhere in town is a good start. But pay close attention to the people you meet. You might learn a lot about how they run things in their shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OBogue View Post
    Well I'm not a "Professional Member" (still haven't figured out how to become one) but I'll tell you that quality people are hard to find and on more than one occasion we've hired and trained guys without experience or schooling with good success.

    I'd say that your plan of applying everywhere in town is a good start. But pay close attention to the people you meet. You might learn a lot about how they run things in their shop.

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    Thank you for your response and for being so helpful. Your more then a professional member in my book.. Thanks again

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrandNew1 View Post
    Hello. I am looking to start my education/career in HVAC. Where I am located there is not much of programs/college classes I can take for this field. If anyone could help with leading me in the right direction and how I can become a Hvac tech would be greatly appreciated. Thank You
    You want to learn about hvac?? First assignment go into 100 deg. attic and sit there for an hour, take a break and repeat all day. Then you will know if you like being Brand new in Hvac trade.

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