by christheacman | Jan 3, 2020 | Holiday Season, News
The new year is finally upon us! As we move forward into 2020, it’s time to start thinking about resolution ideas and how to achieve your goals in this new year. And of course, no list of new year goals is complete without some attention to your long-term career. What are your work plans for 2020? See if these ideas might be worth considering!
Research a Future in HVAC
Are you struggling to find a long-term stable career? Why not give the HVAC industry a chance? With the high percentage of Americans who have an air conditioning and/or heating system in their homes, you’ll never be short on clients and work. Best of all, you can finish your classes and get started in as little as 14 weeks with Chris Walters’ teaching method! Find out more here.
Get HVAC Certified
Classes are just the first step toward your new HVAC career. There are additional certifications you’ll need to earn and tests you have to pass to truly establish yourself as a trustworthy technician. This year, take the time to find out what those requirements are and work toward them. You’ll be on the road to success in no time!
Pro Tip: The state of Texas requires certain tests and certifications for HVAC technicians, while others aren’t required but strongly recommended. It’s in your best interest to pursue as many as possible in both categories.
Keep Your Education Going
Your education never truly stops, especially in a technical field. You should always be open to new information or ideas about your industry. In the new year, keep researching new developments and updates in your field to stay informed. The more you learn about your field, the better you’ll be at your job!
Most people look to a new year with hope and a list of ideas for self-improvement. As you work your way through your list of resolutions, don’t forget that a stable career will do wonders for both your future and your mental health. This year, give yourself the gift of a new career in the HVAC industry!
Connect with us to learn more about registering for 2020 HVAC classes.
by christheacman | Dec 20, 2019 | Holiday Season, News
2019 has zipped along to the end in the blink of an eye. This is the time of the year we pause and reflect, analyze the year behind us and look ahead with great anticipation for the year to come. We consider what went well and look for opportunities for growth. With that in mind, here’s a look at 2019 with the Training Center!
Affordable, Informative Classes
The Training Center is dedicated to providing aspiring HVAC technicians with the knowledge and tools they need to succeed in their new career field. The classes we offer are laid-back and structured to actually teach crucial material instead of just focusing on basics. Chris Walters’ method is proven to work! We even offer financing plans to ensure you can pay for your education here. Let us help you get on the path to a new career!
By its nature, HVAC is a very steady career to enter. You’ll always have an air conditioning or heating system to work on in a client’s home, business, or workplace. The outlook for HVAC technicians in 2020 is as great as ever! Whether you’re new to the HVAC field or you’re still on the fence, you’re sure to find success in the new year.
Our students are dedicated and work hard to succeed in the technical field. In 2020, we look forward to welcoming the new classes and training the next generation of HVAC technicians! Anyone who wants to learn how to work on HVAC systems and is willing to work is more than welcome to join us in the new year.
Pro Tip: Keep an eye on our social media and blog to see when the next class session begins! We’re always ready to welcome new students.
The holiday season and the end of another year are always busy. However, it’s also a time for reflection on the recent past and planning for the future. The Training Center of Air Conditioning & Heating is dedicated to improving ourselves in the new year, and we hope to pass that hope for improvement on to our clients!
What are your holiday plans? Let us know on Facebook and enjoy your time off!
by christheacman | Dec 21, 2018 | HVAC Classes
2018 has zipped along to the end in the blink of an eye. This is the time of the year we pause and reflect, analyze the year behind us and look ahead with great anticipation for the year to come. The new year is when we consider what went well and look for opportunities for growth.
Where To Take HVAC Training Classes in Houston
Careers in the HVAC industry are already growing drastically, as older technicians retire and create an increased need for qualified techs. HVAC systems have also become more complicated, creating new job opportunities for those who have the technical knowledge to work on modern units.
HVAC Training Classes in Houston
3 Things Customers Look for in a Local HVAC Company
The HVAC unit is one of the most pricey systems in a home. As a consequence, homeowners do everything they can to keep it running efficiently. While it’s easy for most homeowners to check their thermostat and change the air filters; in some cases reliable, trained HVAC and air specialists are required. Unfortunately, some HVAC professionals aren’t aware of the important factors that customers look at when choosing a company.
What Customers Look for in an HVAC Company
Need a Life Change? Follow These Steps for a Fresh Start
Are you sick of feeling like you’re only using a fraction of your full potential? When you’re at the point in life where the displeasure of the present outweighs the challenge that a fresh start requires, then you’re ready for a new beginning. If you keep repeating what you’re doing, you’ll be stuck and won’t be able to grow and move forward.
Follow These Steps to Start a Rewarding Career
New Year, New You
2018 has been a wonderful year at The Training Center of Air Conditioning & Heating. We couldn’t ask for better students to teach and watch grow into successful HVAC professionals. We’re wishing you a safe and exciting New Year’s Eve. We hope you have a happy and prosperous 2019, where you become the best version of yourself.