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    Who are the best and worst teachers or schools in air conditioning in New York, New Jersey, or Connecticut?

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    Mr.Judeice(JU-DEASE as in lease)at TCI on W33rd ST and 8th AVE tops on teaching the practical end,was out in the city as a service tech years ago.......WORSTest is APEX Tech over on W18th and 6TH AVE and right down the block between 6TH and 7TH is P.J.Mechanical one of the biggest contractors in the city.the Apex guys hang out at lunch and break time and smoke **** and converse world events and their future$$$$$$$$$ and it makes some impression on the P.J office people as they walk to work.Apex is big on money up front and leave you to your own as to what you get out of the course with the crew they assemble(no respect for the teachers,i hear).you disrupt the classes at TCI it will happen but once and be dealt with bigtime.....time in the classroom is your future,and the others who want to max out what the school has to give.
    "when in doubt...jump it out" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1qEZHhJubY

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    I went to TCI in connecticut and thought they did a great job IF you have mechanical ability to start with!
    Aire Serv of SW Connecticut- Gas heat, dual fuel and central a/c systems installed and serviced

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    thanks max and thanks free any other opinions!!!!!!

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    United Association A/C Ref Division Hazlet NJ is the best.

    UA leads the way....

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    thanks h2 any other opinions?

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    mike patriak, ocm boces adult ed teacher in liverpool,ny is the best!!! used to work in the lab at carrier & in the field. excellent teacher. his brooklyn accent is still there though.

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    joe thanks but thats too far upstate


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    Originally posted by maxster
    Mr.Judeice(JU-DEASE as in lease)at TCI on W33rd ST and 8th AVE tops on teaching the practical end,was out in the city as a service tech years ago.......WORSTest is APEX Tech over on W18th and 6TH AVE and right down the block between 6TH and 7TH is P.J.Mechanical one of the biggest contractors in the city.the Apex guys hang out at lunch and break time and smoke **** and converse world events and their future$$$$$$$$$ and it makes some impression on the P.J office people as they walk to work.Apex is big on money up front and leave you to your own as to what you get out of the course with the crew they assemble(no respect for the teachers,i hear).you disrupt the classes at TCI it will happen but once and be dealt with bigtime.....time in the classroom is your future,and the others who want to max out what the school has to give.

    hey max,mr. judeice is one of the best . very hard on you but,he push you to be the best . tci is a good school but, if you can get in the local 638 union school you are a little better off . plus you are not paying anything for it.

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    Boy im glad im not an instructor in that area. This thread could really cause some hard feelings!! Not to mention somones job.

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    Baran Insitute of Technology in CT.

    Our Service Mgr. just tested a guy that will graduate in October,based on his answers,it's a great school.

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