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calling mark eatherton

Chris_82 Member Posts: 321
On line learning sounds like a good idea any way to get the continuing education credits, as more and more states adopt this requirment for lic. plumbers?


  • theprentice
    theprentice Member Posts: 26
    calling mark eatherton

    i posted a message on the wall earlier pertaining to education and the lack of it in this trade and your name was mentioned. i'm familiar with red rocks but unfortunately i'm on the western slope but i would still like to speak with you. an email address or some way of communicating with you would be very much appreciated. my email address is hiler_411@msn.com if you get the time. thanks again and i look forward to hearing from you .
  • [Deleted User]
    Psst.. Over here....

    My email address is markeatherton@hotmail.com

    Speaking of educational apathy, I only have 7 students in the basic hydronics class... Fortunately, 4 of the 7 need this class to graduate with a degree, so the college decided to go ahead and run it with 7. Normally have to have at least 12 to get class space etc...

    I surmise that people out there want to get educated, they're just too danged busy to do it right now...

    I'm thinking about maybe doing it on line. What thinks ye in general? Would you be mor elikely to show up on line than in person? If I do do it on line, then anyone from every where could come to the classes.


  • Jason Quinn
    Jason Quinn Member Posts: 96

    Great idea. I am definately interested ASAP in online learning. Keep us posted.

  • Chap
    Chap Member Posts: 42

    Hey Mark,

    Online classes sound great. Not to be choosy but evening classes would be the best. I got some guys I would like to enroll. Great Idea!

  • john Cockerill_2
    john Cockerill_2 Member Posts: 33
    on line teaching

    It is the wave of the future and it can be done with video. Do it on you tube in installments. Maybe Dan can set it up and folks can go at will Check out HVAC-tv.com

  • Couderay
    Couderay Member Posts: 314

    Sign me up I'm ready to learn. Please keep posted on wall if possible. Noframeofmind@comcast.net Joe.
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