Congratulations to the students from the 2018 Tauris Tech NYC Refrigeration Class at 50 West St. Not only did everyone get their license in under 6 months, they've all gotten new jobs or promotions! #missionaccomplished
In NYC, building engineers not only have to ensure cooling towers work properly, they also have to test water quality multiple times per week and make sure chemicals are being applied to prevent legionnaires disease outbreaks. All of which we teach in our NYC Refrigeration Engineer course.
Some Aspects of HVAC can never be taught in a classroom! #realworktraining
Schools are the only businesses that are allowed to take a persons money, not deliver what they promised and not have to be penalized in any way. Watch this Tauris Tech Flashback if you don't believe me.
My friend and former student Patrick Paul shares his trade school horror story.
My friend and former student Patrick Paul explains his journey to becoming a Building Watch Engineer.
Here's a small part of the meeting I had last week with Jonathan P. L. Spooner, J. Michael Conway and Thomas Quinn of Stacks+Joules.
Hopefully we'll have something big to announce soon. #realworldtraing #tauristech
Anyone who listens to Abraham Gonzalez's story will understand that the true definition of luck is when preparation meets opportunity. #getreal #realworldtraining
Boiler Technician Adrian Butler talks about his experience getting his NYC Refrigeration License and a job in HVAC.
Career advice from Stationary Engineer Rodney Washington.
Not enough people are aware of how challenging, yet rewarding the HVAC Engineering field is. Hopefully our new competition will open a few eyes.
Segment from our 12.08.18 Hands On Class.
My friend and former student Seth Coston, director of Condo Operations for a large NYC real estate developer, shares with me his perspective on employee training.