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    New member

    Hello,
    I'm new to this forum. I am currently going to the Pre-Apprenticeship Training Institute in Toronto for HVACR mechanic. The course ends December 11 2009 and I would like to start searching for an employer that will be able to take me under their wing and help me to get fully licensed. I was wondering if anyone would have some tips on how to get started.

    Thanks

    Remo

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    Quote Originally Posted by rprata View Post
    Hello,
    I'm new to this forum. I am currently going to the Pre-Apprenticeship Training Institute in Toronto for HVACR mechanic. The course ends December 11 2009 and I would like to start searching for an employer that will be able to take me under their wing and help me to get fully licensed. I was wondering if anyone would have some tips on how to get started.

    Thanks

    Remo

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    As Time said.
    Post in the job discussion forum. You should get some answers in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rprata View Post
    Hello,
    I'm new to this forum. I am currently going to the Pre-Apprenticeship Training Institute in Toronto for HVACR mechanic. The course ends December 11 2009 and I would like to start searching for an employer that will be able to take me under their wing and help me to get fully licensed. I was wondering if anyone would have some tips on how to get started.

    Thanks

    Remo

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    Thanks RayD8630, I moved here from Montreal about 4 years ago the company I worked for transfered me but then I lost my job. At that point I decided to get into HVACR.

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