Have you reached a dead end? This is a problem! Whether you are fresh out of high school, searching for a place to fit in, or have spent years honing your skills in a specific job, you may have reached a stalemate. The feeling of gridlock is real. Enduring career roadblocks can be challenging! Navigating through options can be downright intimidating and may lead to stress and fatigue!
The solution may be within sight. If you have a humble attitude and the drive/willingness to learn, a career in trade skills may be a great opportunity to pursue.
HVAC offers the opportunity to engage in a multi-faceted industry that includes the latest technology, customer service, and hands-on skills with future opportunities for career advancement.
Logan Services offers guidance out of a day job and entrance into a meaningful career in the trades.
If you’re interested in pursuing an installation career at Logan Services you’ll be enrolled in a three-step training program. Read and listen more about the three-step program that you will experience as you enter the apprenticeship program.
Spend 3 days riding along with several of our lead installers and their assistants. We want you to get the full experience of what life is like as an installer and gain an overview of the job in different scenarios.
Upon completion of the week, the leadership team will share feedback with you regarding your participation.
Get on-the-job, real-life experience, and get paid to learn by accepting an opportunity as an installer assistant.
To begin this role, you will work with a variety of lead installers who will help you learn various skills and techniques in the trade. Soon you will be paired with a lead installer to help mentor and guide you through the next phases of the training process.
The Apprenticeship Program at Logan Services puts you on the fast track to becoming a lead installer. Our 9-18 month program gives you the ability to learn with no out-of-pocket costs.
Our company invests on average $42,000/trainee to build knowledge and skillsets. Receive focused evaluation and support through each phase of our program. Upon completion, you'll be the best tradesman HVAC has to offer.
Our HVAC Apprenticeship Program is laid out in three phases that can be completed in as little as 9-12 months! Read more about the timeline below…
Our apprenticeship program also allows you to advance your skills in real-life situations. Field training makes a huge impact, and we are proud to offer that at Logan Services.
Practical training happens in the field. This is when the career no longer becomes a scenario or test; this is real-life! Here you will get to interact with teammates as well as customers. How you perform matters. Soon you will be assuming full responsibility for a job well done. This is where you begin that initiative.
At Logan Services we don’t work for ourselves, we work for our customers. Each and every one of our employees is dedicated to giving homeowners an outstanding customer experience.
There are several ways you’ll be compensated while working as an installer at Logan Services.
Everybody has to start somewhere. Our field service team leaders have earned their way up the ladder in the trades. Some have always worked in HVAC while others have gained experience in different career paths. Take a closer look at some of their stories.
Previous Occupation: Forklift driver in a factory
Previous Training: Trade school
Years in the Industry: 20+
How did you get started? The company I was working for did a large layoff. I wanted something with year-round work. HVAC made the most sense. We always need heat in the winter and cooling in the summer.
Proudest Moment: Being considered for and getting promoted to Installation Manager is something I’m really proud of today. I started as a ‘green guy’ in the industry who knew nothing about the job, and I’m now leading our installation teams.
Certifications: Ohio Contractors License, Kentucky Master HVAC License, Kentucky Journeyman, EPA, NATE
Previous Occupation: Roofing and Masonry
Previous Training: Universal Technical Institute, Union Sheet Metal Apprenticeship
Years in the Industry: 20
How did you get started? I really didn’t like going to school, but I enjoyed a number of trades used in HVAC.
Favorite Part of the Job: I like meeting new people (both co-workers and customers). I enjoy sheet metal fabrications and training people.
Certifications: NATE, EPA
Proudest Moment: I became a lead installer, and I’ve been able to help others become lead installers, too.
Previous Occupation: Worked at Dorothy Lane Market
Previous Training: Been in HVAC since high school
Years in the Industry: 20
How did you get started? A friend of mine showed me a brochure for RETs Tech Center and told me I should look into a trade. I decided to take a tour and give it a chance.
Favorite Part of the Job: I like to work with newer guys to pass on what I know and learn from them, too.
Certifications: NATE, Kentucky Journeyman, EPA Universal