Not sure if this is the right section. But I'm wondering what the work is like in this line of work. I'm half scared of heights, I don't like them but I can deal with them, and I hate ladders. But apart from that I'm a competitive weight lifter so the heavy lifting I was told about shouldn't be a problem, and I'm very detailed in my work.
I'm accepted to "Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Mechanic" at the College of the North Atlantic in Newfoundland, Canada. Is that the same as HVAC? Or well I have to go write more tests after to be HVAC licensed?
More or less looking for a idea of what to expect (Work type, hours, pay etc) if I go into this line of work? I've seen on Canada Job Bank that some places are offering 40$+ an hour, what's the catch there? I'm also accepted into Automotive Mechanic at the same school, and I live under a car now as is, so that's my fall back if I figure that HVAC isn't for me.