NATE certification training has been and still is essential for technicians for several reasons. It allows them to have a competitive edge in the everchanging HVAC/R climate. Receiving one’s NATE certification training also signifies expert-level professionalism, high-quality work, and intelligence, resulting in a higher chance of satisfied customers.
History of NATE
The North American Technician Excellence (NATE) was established in February 1997. It all came about around 20 years ago when several industry leaders collaborated to discuss several different subjects in the HVAC/R industry. A few main themes consisted of servicing as well as installation quality. When looking at it from the perspectives of manufacturing, distribution, and contracting, there were concerns that many people installing systems and equipment did not have proper knowledge and experience. As a result of this, consumers and contractors were unhappy with constant callbacks as well as added costs. Manufacturers received unnecessary (and expensive) returns of equipment that was not broken. Also, technical advisors often received repeated calls on service and installation questions that should have been common knowledge. NATE certification training has been designed to help technicians thrive in their demanding, but rewarding trade. Learn more about the history of NATE.
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