HVAC technicians made more money than I did

I used to be an English instructor, and there were a lot of things I liked about doing it. There were also lots of things I didn’t like. I think that the bad outweighed the good and that’s why I don’t teach anymore. One of my favorite things to do was talk to my students about what they wanted to do after school was over. Teachers were strongly encouraged not to talk to students about anything besides college or university, although I knew a lot of our students had no interest at all in going to university at all. That’s when I would encourage them to go to trade school instead. I liked to suggest that they go to the Heating, Ventilation as well as A/C program at the vocational center in the county south of ours. The Heating, Ventilation as well as A/C workers I knew back then all made a fantastic living. Besides the ones who were just starting out, the a/c repair technicians actually made more currency than I did as an instructor holding a master’s degree. One of my students paid attention to me, and he completed the Heating, Ventilation and A/C program within just a few months. Then he worked as a Heating, Ventilation and A/C repair company. Later on, he took more classes to get a better Heating, Ventilation and A/C certification under his belt. Eventually, he opened his own heating and cooling business here in our city and he loves it. Now, I work for an advocacy association that supports trade schools. We have lots of HVAC companies for clients and I always like working with them.

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I always liked to recommend the HVAC program to students

Back when I used to be a private school English educator, there were a lot of things I liked about it.

But there were also numerous things I did not like at all.

The bad outweighed the good and that’s why I am no longer an educator. One of the things I really liked doing as an educator was taking the time to talk to our students about what they wanted to do “when they grew up.” Even though we were strongly encouraged not to talk to students about anything other than going to college, I knew a lot of our students had no interest in going to college at all. So I would encourage them to go to trade school. I was particularly fond of recommending the Heating & A/C program that was offered at the vocational center in the county located right next to ours. The Heating & A/C workers that I knew all made a really good living. And except for those who were just starting out, the a/c repair workers made lots more money than I did as a teacher with a master’s degree… Anyway, I had one student in particular who paid attention to me, & he completed that Heating & A/C program within 12 weeks… He worked as an Heating & A/C repair worker. Later, he took more classes to get a better Heating & A/C certification, too. Eventually, he opened up his own heating & cooling business. Now he’s really happy with his career. I work for an advocacy association that supports trade schools and we have a lot of Heating & A/C schools that we work with.

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I encourage trade school for my students

I used to be a high school science teacher, and there were lots of things I liked about it, there were also multiple things I did not like.

  • In fact, the bad outweighed the great by a long shot, which is why I am no longer working there.

But one of my number one things to do as a teacher was talk to my students about what they wanted to do when they graduated. All of us were strongly encouraged not to talk to students about anything other than college, but I knew a lot of my students had no interest in going to college. If I knew that, then I would just encourage them to go to trade school. And I was particularly fond of recommending the Heating and Air Conditioning program at the vocational center here in town. All of the Heating and Air Conditioning workers I knew all made a great living at their jobs. Other than those who were just starting out, the air conditioning system maintenance technicians all made more currency than I did as a teacher with a master’s degree! And of course, one student really paid attention to me, plus he completed the Heating and Air Conditioning program within a few months. He worked as an Heating and Air Conditioning maintenance serviceman, then he even took more classes to get a better Heating and Air Conditioning certification, too. Eventually, he opened up his very own heating plus cooling business. Now he’s successful! I work at an advocacy association that supports career schools and we have lots of Heating and Air Conditioning schools as members. I really like talking to them!

a/c repair

I’m glad I suggested this line of work

I used to be a school instructor, and there were a lot of things I liked about it.

Of course, there were also too many things I did not like at all.

The bad outweighed the good by a long shot, which is why I am no longer an instructor. One of my favorite things to do as an instructor was take the time to talk to my students about what they wanted to do “when they grew up” and graduated. Teachers were strongly encouraged not to talk to students about anything other than school, but I knew a lot of my students had no interest in going to school for many more years! When I knew that about them, I would encourage them to go to trade school instead. I was particularly fond of recommending the Heating & Air Conditioning program at the nearby vocational center. The Heating & Air Conditioning workers that I knew all made a good living, except for those who were just starting out. The A/C repair servicemen made more money than I did as an instructor with a master’s degree! One student paid close attention to me, and she completed the Heating & Air Conditioning program within 14 months after she graduated. She worked as an Heating & Air Conditioning repair service person and then took more classes to get a better Heating & Air Conditioning certification. Eventually, she opened up her own heating and cooling business, and she is very successful. I now work at an advocacy association that supports career schools. Our business has lots of Heating & Air Conditioning schools as members!

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HVAC Career Makes Student Really Happy

I used to be a high school English teacher, and there were a lot of things I liked about it.

There were also too many things I did not like at all.

In fact, the bad outweighed the good by a long shot, which is why I am no longer a teacher. One of my favorite things to do as a teacher was take time to talk to my students about what they wanted to do “when they grew up.” We were strongly encouraged not to talk to students about anything other than college or university, but I knew a lot of my students had no interest in going to school for four more years. When I knew that, I would encourage them to go to trade school. I was particularly fond of recommending the HVAC program at the vocational center in the county adjacent to ours. The HVAC workers I knew all made a good living. Except for those who were just starting out, the a/c repair technicians made more money than I did as a teacher with a master’s degree. Anyway, one student in particular paid attention to me, and he completed the HVAC program within 14 months. He worked as an HVAC repair technician, then took more classes to get a better HVAC certification. Eventually, he opened his own heating and cooling business, and he is now really happy. I now work for an advocacy association that supports career schools. We have a lot of HVAC schools as members and I love talking to them!

 

Cooling corporation

I like the place where I work

My job is at a place that serves schools that teach work and skill-based curriculum.

This means that the schools have programs such as truck driving, aviation mechanics, plus heating plus cooling.

One member of the program, a Heating plus Air Conditioning school, celebrated its 32nd birthday this year. I used to not even realize these kinds of schools existed until I began this job that I’m working at now. They have been teaching Heating plus Air Conditioning to people for over 3 decades now. Most of the schools are in the southern portion of the state. I live in the northern portion. I hardly ever go south, but I’m proud to work for these schools because I think they do the world a lot of good. I mean, when the pandemic broke out, who got our stuff to us? The truck drivers. When there is a hurricane, what is always missed the most? The Air conditioning systems! When you are feeling down and out, what is sure to make you think better? A manicure! The most crucial program by far, though, is their Heating plus Air Conditioning program. That’s because without air conditioning, there wouldn’t be hardly anyone residing here in our state. It is just too hot plus humid to live here without air conditioning. I am happy that this particular school is able to celebrate 32 years of cooling off people! I am glad to be employed with the association that serves the Heating plus Air Conditioning schools. I hope that they keep on teaching our future Heating and Air Conditioning specialists for many more years to come!

 

 

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I hope this school keeps going for many more years

Many schools have programs such as barbering, nursing, truck driving, aviation mechanics, and heating and cooling.

I know this one Heating and Air Conditioning school that celebrated its 34th birthday this year. I didn’t know these kinds of schools existed until I began my current job, but this school has been teaching Heating and Air Conditioning to people for well over 3 decades… Most of the schools are in the southern portion of the state, and I live in the northern portion. I hardly ever go south, so that’s why I didn’t know… Anyway, I am proud to work for these schools because I guess they do the world some good. The truck drivers got stuff to use when the pandemic broke out. And when there is a hurricane, what is missed the most? Air conditioning. If you feel bad, what always makes you feel better is a manicure and pedicure. The most crucial program by far, though, is their Heating and Air Conditioning program. Without air conditioners, there wouldn’t be any people living here! It is just too boiling hot and humid to live here without the benefits of air conditioners. I’m glad the school is able to celebrate 34 years cooling off the people in our attractive state. I am employed with an association that serves the Heating and Air Conditioning schools, driving schools, the mechanic schools, and the nursing schools. I hope that these places continue teaching our future Heating and Air Conditioning workers for years to come!

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I hope this school lasts a long time

I work for a company that serves schools that teach jobs with a skill-based curriculum! That means the schools have programs such as nursing, truck driving, aviation mechanics, and even heating and cooling.

Recently a Heating and Air Conditioning school celebrated its 32nd anniversary this year… I did not realize these kinds of schools even existed until I began my job.

But that school has been teaching Heating and Air Conditioning to people for over 3 decades, and most of the schools are in the southern counties. I live in the northern portion. I hardly ever go south, so that’s why I didn’t know, but anyway, I am proud to work for these schools. They do the world a lot of good! When the pandemic broke out, who got us our goods? The truck drivers did. And if there is a hurricane, what is missed the most? Air conditioning! If you feel bad, what makes you better? A manicure or pedicure. The most important program by far, though, is the Heating and the Air Conditioning program. Without a/c, there wouldn’t be half the people residing here that do because it’s just too humid to live here without the benefit of a/c. I am happy that this school is able to celebrate 32 years of cooling off the people in our beautiful state this year! I like being employed with an association that serves the Heating and Air Conditioning schools, the truck driving schools, and the mechanic schools. I hope that they continue teaching our future Heating and Air Conditioning specialists for a long time.

 

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I’m glad I work at my corporation

I work at a corporation that serves post-secondary schools that teach a skill-based curriculum… That means the schools have programs like barbering, nursing, aviation mechanics, or even heating and cooling… One of the members is a Heating plus Air Conditioning school.

  • It celebrated its 33rd birthday this year, and I didn’t realize these kinds of schools existed.

That was, I didn’t until I began this job that I have, and that school has been teaching Heating plus Air Conditioning to people for over thirty years now. Most of the schools are in the southern portion of the state. I live up in the northern portion. I hardly ever go south. Anyway, I am proud to work for all these schools because I believe they help the world. When the pandemic broke out, who got us our goods? Truck drivers do. When there is a hurricane, what gets missed the most? Air conditioning, of course! When you are feeling bad, what can make you feel better? A manicure and pedicure. But the most substantial program by far is the Heating plus Air Conditioning program. Without the air conditioning system, there wouldn’t be half the people living here that do. It is just too humid to live here without the benefit of an air conditioning system. I am pretty excited that the school is able to celebrate 33 years cooling off the people in our state. I am employed with an association that serves the Heating plus Air Conditioning schools and the mechanic schools, the nursing schools, and so on. I hope that we continue teaching our future Heating plus Air Conditioning service technicians for years to come!

 

I’m glad I work at my corporation

HVAC School Celebrates 32 Years in Business

I am excited that the school is able to celebrate 32 years cooling off the people in our beautiful state

I work for a company that serves as an advocate for post-secondary schools that teach careers or a skill-based curriculum. That means the schools have programs such as barbering, nursing, truck driving, aviation mechanics, and heating and cooling. One of the members, an HVAC school, celebrated its 32nd anniversary this year. I did not realize these kinds of schools existed until I began this job that I have, and that school has been teaching HVAC to people for over three decades. Most of the schools are in the southern portion of the state, and I live in the northern portion. I hardly ever go south, so that’s why I didn’t know. Anyway, I am proud to work for these schools because I believe they do the world a lot of good. When the pandemic broke out, who got us our goods? Truck drivers. When there is a hurricane, what is missed the most? Air conditioning. When you are feeling blue, what is sure to make you feel better? A manicure and pedicure. The most important program by far, though, is the HVAC program. Without air conditioning, there wouldn’t be half the people living here that reside in our state. It is just too hot and humid to live here without the benefit of air conditioning. I am excited that the school is able to celebrate 32 years cooling off the people in our beautiful state. I am happy to be employed with an association that serves the HVAC schools, the truck driving schools, the mechanic schools, the nursing schools, and so on. Congratulations, CBT. May you continue teaching our future HVAC technicians for many more years to come!

 

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