Some people don’t thrive at a traditional desk job. Working within the same four walls, in front of a computer just isn’t appealing. Rather, some people like working with their hands, taking things apart and putting them back together. If you are a person who feels a desk job may be stifling, and you are more interested in an electro-mechanical field, perhaps training at The Refrigeration School in Phoenix is the right move for you.
Why a Career in HVAC?
A career in HVAC would give you flexibility, get you out from behind a desk and experience new challenges every day. You could work with your hands, have the satisfaction of solving problems and provide a service people need. A career in HVAC can give you the kind of freedom you might not find sitting behind a desk.
Do I Have To Go Back To School?
You may be thinking that a career in HVAC would require you to go back to a 4 year college. But technical schools like RSI offer a different experience than those found in a traditional college setting. Technical schools are hands-on. While basic principles are learned in a classroom environment, students have the opportunity in HVAC school to put those concepts into practice with hands-on technical training. If you’re the type of person who loves taking things apart and putting them back together, then HVAC school is probably the place for you.
Technical schools are full of students of all ages, including adults who have been in the work force for some time but want to switch careers. “Nontraditional” students may be worried about going back to school, but you’ll find that technical schools do all they can to make your career change easier. You’ll also find a supportive community of people working toward new, more personally fulfilling careers.
If you’re unhappy in your current job, you have nothing to lose by learning more about an electro-mechanical career. It may be easier than you think to make a change. Contact RSI today by filling out the form on this page. One of our admissions representatives will get back in touch with you to discuss your interest in HVAC training.