For many, HVAC training isn't difficult to complete. In fact, air conditioning is no more difficult to learn than any other trade, but you must be prepared to learn in a variety of ways. Some people assume that, because air conditioning is a very practical job, it's possible to learn simply by disassembling a system and reassembling it. This profession is not easy, but it is not difficult either.
A humble attitude and a will to overcome challenges and difficult situations are needed. This profession is so big that you could start in a sector and in 5 years doing something you didn't expect to have the opportunity to work in. Throughout my years working in the sector, I have noticed a decrease in the desire of emerging young people to work in the construction sector. Finding good people who want to work hard and earn a respectable living is increasingly difficult.
The air conditioning industry is a highly complex and specialized profession, requiring versatility, unlike all other trades. This field will boost you both physically and mentally. Advances made in the HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) industry have allowed most people in the United States to have some type of HVAC system in their homes and businesses to help regulate temperature and air quality. Usually, all buildings like these have HVAC equipment, and usually, in my experience, most general maintenance technicians are understaffed in the HVAC department.
Being responsible for researching and selecting all the tools for a large mechanical contractor has allowed him to know what works and what doesn't when it comes to HVAC tools. If you prefer residential air conditioning, you'll work in homes, condominiums, or apartment buildings to maintain home HVAC systems.