My first ever..
I am not sure what this means to anyone else but to me (I don't ever get the feeling I am accepted around here), but this is my first college certificate and I am dam proud of it.
3 more and the big diploma to go then I am done (or so I hope).
Congrats. You worked for it and you should be proud of it.
I love my job, but paydays Thursday
Seatonheating "Well, when you are the salesman/layout guy/installer/owner, you kind of have to watch out for yourself."
Words to live by my friends.
I am sure I could if you tell me what the problem is..
Originally Posted by dandyme
I can find what's causing some issues now, but if you ask me that question when I post my next certificate I should be able to say I can find the cause of the problem, read the diagram if locate the part and be able to fix it with no problems.
I learning diagrams and trouble shooting this quarter, so again ask me that again in 8 more weeks, or when I post the next certificate.
I was at Johnstone's open house today and met a few guys working in the field, I may have found my first HVAC job.
Congratulations! And keep up the good work!
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Never stop learning!
Congratulations! Thats a huge deal! You should be proud.
It takes courage to grow up and turn out to be who you really are.
- E.E. Cummings
the thing i enjoy most about my job is that you have to keep learning or you will be out of work the field is anything but boreing.
Originally Posted by NY2GA01
Good work, and keep learning! Good luck on the job prospect, any foot in the door to begin, it is just a starting point.
Way to go .Now it is time to try to to find someone to maybe work for even if just the weekends to get some hands on. Theory is great and definitely needed but the real education is out in the trenches.Good luck with your education.
What I meant was being done with school training.
Originally Posted by Cole_Godwin
Learning things in the field, or from being on here is way different than school learning.
This college is about 50% theory and 50% hands on.
try to retain most of what you learn, eventually you will encounter a unit that does not have a wiring diagram...............those are always fun
open houses are good for meeting techs, for the most part we don't hoard the knowledge, unless you start telling us how great you are then can't answer a simple question
oh, that gives us 8 weeks to cook up some off the wall screwball problem for you
It`s better to be silent and thought the fool; than speak and remove all doubt.