Back in school, I had a woodshop instructor who went above & beyond. She helped everybody with all their projects & there were a lot of cool things the people I was with and I made; Both of us made bubble gum machines, afternoonstands, tables, & other neat stuff. There was one time when the cooling idea in the shop broke down. I asked the instructor if she was going to have an Heating, Ventilation, & A/C professional come out, but she said she wanted to teach everybody how to service the cooling system. When somebody asked if she was Heating, Ventilation, & A/C certified, she said she was indeed. She blatantly had gone to a trade school & become Heating, Ventilation, & A/C certified, but she decided to get into teaching woodshop instead of laboring on Heating, Ventilation, & A/C systems for a living. She actually was seriously comprehensionable & made the work look easy fixing the cooling unit. I remember the first & most substantial thing was making sure the power was shut off the cooling unit. She said if that electricity was hot, that could be the end of your life. That was something that I could never forget. I also could never forget how amazing it was to see the inside of the cooling machine & learning about the weird components. I have even done some minor service & repairs on my own Heating, Ventilation, & A/C & that’s because I l acquired that from my old woodshop instructor. It’s crazy how things can stay with you over the years like that. I think I would have been ecstatic going for my Heating, Ventilation, & A/C certification too, although I ended up getting into another career path.