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So I am basically almost done with my general ed. I want to go back to school for any trade at this point, I am 30 years old. I realized I need a degree to have a better and more stable job. HVAC, I know a person who does this career, but never even went to college, he just knows how to do the work.


So my questions, is HVAC certificate hard? Are the classes hard, I know up to trigonometry in math, is that enough? Does it require a lot of studying outside of class, or can I learn this hands on only? Do some classes require a uniform? And basically what should I be doing to improve my chances of getting a job?

Side note, I take medication for a mental illness so I get up around 9 am currently. Would this be a problem for work or is it possible to start later? I know I can go to sleep earlier to wake up earlier if I had too.


Thanks.
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