My friend, Frank, went to HVAC technician school right after highschool.
Frank was always a hard worker and very handy around the house.
Becoming an HVAC technician was always something he had considered. His only fear was that he would not fit in with the other students. Frank was very quiet and he knew that in order to be a good HVAC technician you need to have good communication skills and be able to talk to all kinds of people. Very eager to learn the trade, Frank wasted no time getting started with his classes. He was always a great student and knew that he would do great with the textbook part of HVAC technician school. He aced the first half of HVAC technician school. The second half was a challenge for Frank. This was his first time having to use customer service skills. Not everyone has these skills and sometimes it can take longer to acquire them. He struggled with talking to angry and impatient customers. Many people think that HVAC technicians are always late or never show up, but this is not always the case. The HVAC company Frank was training with had a great reputation. Frank was lucky to work with the HVAC company. At the end of the training, he gained customer service skills and became very comfortable talking to clients about their HVAC needs. Frank is now a manager of the local HVAC company that he did his training with.