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Articles by Cherie Preville
While training in the HVACR industry begins to really take hold at the secondary/post-secondary level, continuing education spans a career.
York’s Quality Education & Training Center is working with a local organization called Save Our Veterans (SOV) to teach trained military personnel new skills pertinent to a profession in HVACR.
When you find a good tool — one that takes a lickin’ and keeps on tickin’ — you’re bound to keep it around for years, and, in some cases, decades.
Before making energy-efficiency improvements within a commercial building, a contractor must establish a baseline measurement.
Once equipped with the right dose of knowledge and the proper tools, contractors are able to offer whole-house “Goldilocks” solutions: Those that fit just right.
The coursework includes a construction core course that is compliant with the Occupational Safety & Health Administration-10 (OSHA-10) and six HVAC courses, including NCCER’s apprentice level one through four, Williams said.
At Logan AC & Heat Services Inc., the Best Contractor to Work For in the North Central region, the employees had nothing but positive things to say about owner Jim Meyer’s contributions and appreciation.