I've worked in the HVAC business for 3 years. Start my 3rd year of school in September. It's a 4 year apprenticeship program, ACCA. Currently, I do residential install. Install boilers (yes, boilers! Most people say that's a plumber's job. Well, it is, but it's also heat!) air handlers, furnaces, package units, water sourced fan coils, etc. Also do a fair share of gas fitting, usually for generators, but sometimes for large boilers also.
When I get my Journeyman's license,.I'd like to go to industrial, learn chillers and such. Would like to get some engineering licenses to work on the large chillers and boilers. Want to learn to install and service of them.
Not sure where I want to go after that- either service, or learning the electronics side of them, and be a facility engineer, monitoring them. Or start a residential install/service company, or a commercial company with chillers.
Im 25 years old, and focusing on school and the work I'm doing now!