Taking HVAC courses just for fun

My family often teases me because they can never guess what I am going to be up to next. To be fair, I am a bit of a free spirit and I like to engage in many diverse interests as often as I can. I do not ever want to be the kind of person who has a full-time job and zones out in front of the TV every evening. I never want to stop living and learning about new things for the rest of my life. This is probably why I was so excited when the local heating, cooling, and ventilation repair shop started offering indoor air temperature control equipment repair, installation, and maintenance classes a few months ago. Out of the blue, I received an email from the local trade school detailing some of their New heating and cooling educational courses. I was especially excited when I saw that they were opening enrollment on these air conditioning and furnace instructional classes. I immediately signed up to join the heating, cooling, and ventilation repair courses for myself. I figured, why wouldn’t I want to know about indoor air temperature control systems for my own purposes and for potential professional heating, cooling, and air quality control jobs down the line. I enjoy feeling like I know how to handle a basic AC or furnace repair. I like to feel capable of fixing my own appliances at home. And I am excited about the opportunity of increasing my financial stability through heating, cooling, and ventilation jobs. When my friends chide my continued education efforts, I tell them that learning about HVAC is a fun and stabilizing hobby.


Air quality systems