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 +A lot of people have only the vaguest notion of what accreditation means. Their first reaction is usually that certification really is not that important, when asked if having a professional technician focus on  their house convenience process is important <a  href="http://express-press-release.net/107/Author-Present-Pitch-Grow-Rich-Launches-his-Train-Trainer-Intensive-Course-92357652.php">train the trainer  presentation site</a> . 
  
 +However the truth is, accreditation makes a difference in the standard  of service and really means reassurance and assurance. When  consumers understand that, their reaction and  answer change. 
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 +Think about the advantages of accreditation. To know how important some great benefits of accreditation are into a homeowner, think  about when it is important that the specialist working on your own heater or air conditioner: 
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 +a heating and cooling 
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 +a Has proof of his understanding 
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 +a Is adept 
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 +a Actually repairs the problem 
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 +a Does the work successfully 
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 +a Does it right the very first time. 
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 +Getting a certified technician means you know you're getting the best for the  money. No body has a money bin-and the employer is just going to let  you have so many days off, so any waste of time or money because you're using a non-certified technician  might really charge a homeowner twice <a  href="http://uk.prweb.com/releases/2013/2/prweb10482341.htm">study train the trainer</a> . 
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 +NATE-certified technicians know heating and cooling. Accreditation doesn't suggest that the qualified tech is preferable to one who's not certified-but anyone can say they are great. The  consumer knows that a certified technician is knowledgeable  because an impartial third-party has received him tested. 
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 +The moral: It's your money-don't just take people's word for how much they know-ask them for proof. And  NATE certification is proof of knowledge of HVACR. 
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 +These methods are delivered by United States Technician Excellence, or  NATE, the nation's largest nonprofit certification business for heating, ventilation,  air-conditioning and refrigeration technicians. The U.S. Department of Energy gives NATE for raising  quality standards and energy efficiency. For a contractor with NATE-certified  experts, go to the Customer Contractor Connection at www.natex.org.  Remember, when purchasing a new system, please select an Energy Star-qualified  model. 
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 +It is your cash. Don't just take people's word for how much they know.  Ask them for proof [[http://www.youtube.com/user/TrainTheTrainerTruth|commercial train the trainer presentation]] .
certification_makes_a_difference.txt · Dernière modification: 2013/05/19 10:23 par jeromy83