I retired from the Air Force as a radiology technologist last year and am pursing my HVAR Associates. Would rather dig a ditch in a cold rain than work in a hospital again. I just love fixing stuff!!!! Always have. I'm fairly competent at construction, plumbing, and electrical, so I decided to learn HVAR just because I know little about it. I'm only in my first semester and I received a call from a HVAR franchise owner last PM wanting to set up an interview. He was greatly impressed with my resume, which had little to do with the trades. He said he had 65 resumes and called three of us for a "Comfort Advisor" position. I told him that I was hesitant to interview because of my lack of training...but that didn't seem to matter. He said the franchise has it own training program located right here in St Louis. Its nice to see that people respect the training, dedication, and discipline of prior service personnel. What should I be asking about in the interview and what should I expect?