Thank you Michael Gubbins, Vincent Pedone, GID and Windsor Communities for the opportunity to prepare the staff at Waterline Square for the NYC Refrigeration Engineer Exam.  

In under six months 15 out 16 have passed the Written, 6 have passed the Practical and everyone should be fully licensed by September.

It’s an honor to work with such great people and organizations that believe in investing in their employees.

 #tauristech #realworldtraining

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Real World Training = Real Work Training!

Recently Tauris Tech installed a heat pump in an office where seniors were working without air conditioning.

Since we didn’t have direct access to the area the outdoor unit needed to be installed, we had to remove the A/C sleeve so students could crawl outside to get the job done. 

This type of determination and critical thinking allows us to wholeheartedly endorse our students to employers; because we’ve seen how they perform in the real world!

Tasheba Hamilton, VP of Tauris Tech speaking at the Brownsville & East New York Housing Development & Housing Legislative Conference on June 8, 2019, about the courses we offer.

The key to home ownership and generational wealth is quality employment; and Tauris Tech is dedicated to helping people get high paying jobs without thousands of dollars in student debt.

Thank you Al Scott Jr., and the East New York Homeowners Association for organizing this event and inviting us to speak.

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A year ago Patrick started training with Tauris Tech after he saw one of my interviews, and it inspired him to get his NYC Refrigeration License and become a Building Engineer.  

Now he’s a Building Engineer making six figures and people are getting inspired by his interview.

Where do you want to be a year from now?

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So proud that Tasheba Hamilton and I had the opportunity to attend the Bedford Stuyvesant Veterans Memorial Day Parade. 

Thank you Wendy McClinton, CEO of Black Veterans for Social Justice, for organizing an amazing event, which included speeches from dignitaries like the Hon. Hakeem Jeffries.

We recently visited their office to discuss how our Air Source Heat Pump Course, which will provide real world training and job opportunities, can benefit the veterans they serve; and were glad to come show our support.

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Tasheba Hamilton and I just met my mentor AB Whitfield, founder of the Trey Whitfield School to discuss the upcoming Tauris Tech Air Source Heat Pump Training program.

Mr. Whitfield taught me the importance of being a positive force for others, and hopefully, by providing training that leads directly to employment and installing heat pumps in the homes of people in need, this program can accomplish just that.

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Oisin O’Reilly joined my refrigeration class at Waterline Square on February 10th, 2019.

Today he passed his practical exam, and has his license in under four months.  

This is only possible with the online and real world training offered by Tauris Tech.

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The Long Way or The Short Way

Two of my students passed the NYC Refrigeration Engineer Practical exam last week and sent me pictures of their certificates.

One of them started the Refrigeration Course with Tauris Tech on 01/01/19 and had his license by 05/16/19.

The other I taught at a different school in 2016, which required him to take two years of courses before he could take their refrigeration course; and once I left that school, no one there was able to help him pass the exam.

He reached out to me a few months ago, and now he has his license too.

Unfortunately it took him over five years to get it.

The refrigeration license is just the first step to a better job; and I want my students to get it as quickly as possible, so they can take all the other steps to get those jobs.

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It’s Official!

Stacks+Joules and Tauris Tech are joining forces to provide training and job opportunities in HVAC and Building Automation to teens and underserved communities.

Thank you Jonathan P. L. Spooner, J. Michael Conway and Tasheba Hamilton for attending today’s meeting.  And a big thank you to Thomas Quinn for bringing us all together.

Stay tuned!

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A good teacher is a good student!

I’m taking several VRV classes offered by Daikin North America along with my team members Ryan Luna, Lindon Robertson, Tasheba Hamilton and Steven Barrera-Fiallos.

Thanks to my friend and Daikin instructor Rodrigue Jasmin for the great classes.

Hopefully we’ll be putting these skills to use very soon.  

Stay tuned!

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