Thomas, Were you a 100% expert with every possible scenario on the first WDR job you were paid for?if you are not 100% familiar with that area of expertise.
Good point Craig. Do not be sold equipment, purchase only what you need based on your own your research.The distributors can sell new equipment to replace down chemical sales. Marketing gurus can feed on your fears of famine
You have to start somewhere...The IICRC will sit you in a class for three days, give you a multiple choice test written at a sixth grade level and make you believe you're ready for the wolves.
Excellent point. May I add to your statement: the financial fortitude and grit to succeed!the good news is that there is still a viable market for qualified WDR companies with the grit to succeed!
Should a distributor sell only to...........Who??? Should they only sell to certified persons??? Should you have to have the CCT or some type of eqaliviant????Therein lies a huge problem.