ARLINGTON, VA. – North American Technician Excellence (NATE) is pleased to announce that Christopher Mohalley, owner of HVAC Dynamics, is the recipient of the sixth annual Golden Toolbox Award. Presented during the 2011 HVAC Comfortech show, which was held September 21-24 in Indianapolis, Ind., the award recognizes an industry professional who demonstrates outstanding service, support and advocacy for technician certification.
Prior to opening HVAC Dynamics, which specializes in residential HVAC training, Mohalley spent nine years working in residential HVAC field and managerial positions, as well as another five years instructing for International Service Leadership, Inc. Then, in 2005, he combined his extensive HVAC field experience, instruction proficiency and product knowledge to develop a nationally recognized ECM training program for Genteq Motors that offers practical, one-day courses that allow technicians to build the knowledge necessary to enhance professionalism and achieve industry certification.
In addition to owning and operating HVAC Dynamics, Mohalley serves as a NATE Technical Committee SME, a NATE proctor and Chief EPA Examiner for the Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI). He is also a member of Refrigeration Service Engineers Society (RSES) and is NATE-certified in all HVAC disciplines.
“All of us at NATE are honored to present Chris with this year’s Golden Toolbox Award,” stated Peter Schwartz, NATE President and CEO. “Through his exceptional training efforts, Chris has extended his commitment to continually enhancing his own skills and knowledge to HVACR professionals nationwide, exemplifying NATE’s mission of promoting industry excellence.”
Upon receiving the award, Mohalley noted, “I could not be more proud to receive this recognition from NATE. My goal with HVAC Dynamics is to make good technicians great through knowledge-based training, and NATE certification is the ideal way to verify this knowledge and expertise.”
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