Acing my first assignment as an air conditioning expert

The satisfaction of knowing that I made it work was very fulfilling

I was fortunate enough to secure a job at a great air conditioning company straight after graduation. The company was synonymous with providing quality services and producing the best air conditioning experts from their apprentice program. We spent the first three months in the company learning more about air conditioning from the best cooling specialists in the field. The company culture was that one would start receiving offsite jobs after graduating from the apprentice program. After assisting customers over the phone in replacing air conditioning filters for a few months, I successfully finished the apprentice program. My first offsite assignment, which happened Monday after graduating from the apprentice program, was an air conditioner tune-up. The job was at a commercial office building downtown. The management had contacted the air conditioning business requesting an HVAC maintenance team. They had thought the heat pump was acting up. What I initially thought would be simple maintenance turned out to be an intense air conditioning repair. I contemplated calling another a/c rep to help me at some point, but I pushed myself harder. The cooling equipment was familiar to me. I had dealt with similar cooling products, but mostly in theory. It was time to put my money where my mouth was. I pulled together everything I knew about the cooling technology and did an excellent job in the end. The air conditioning installation was running smoothly once more. The satisfaction of knowing that I made it work was very fulfilling. My first assignment was different from what I thought it would be, but I aced it. It reminded me why I was so interested in the line of work.
Cooling representative