David E. Wyett
I have over 32 years of mechanical experience. In the HVAC/R field I have been an installer, maintenance, start up and service technician, followed by supervison, management and business owner. During this time I became a licensed journeyman, an Idaho licensed HVAC/R contractor and a Public Works Contractor. I also have taught sheet metal fabrication and was an active advisory committee member for the Boise State University sheetmetal apprenticeship program.
My experience over the years has been accumulated from top names in the business such as Trane, American Standard, Carrier, York, Amana, Rheem, Ruud, Honeywell, and Johnson Controls. I am currently a CSME (certified subject matter expert) in (6) subjects through HVAC Excellence, including Electrical, Air Conditioning, Commercial AC, Commercial Ref, Heat Pump andTechnical educator. I am I of 33 (CMHE`S) nationwide.
I continue to add experience and training to better serve the industry through factory training such as Carrier Service and Maintenance of Screw Chillers, Carrier Service and Maintenance of Centrifugal Chillers, HVAC System Quality ( manual J), (manual S), (manual D), and (manual T). I have been a member of organizations such as the Building Contractors Assoc. of Southwestern Idaho, National Assoc. of Home Builders and the Better Business Bureau. I have recently been awarded national programatic accreditation through HVAC Excellence.
I like and actively enjoy art in all forms, drawing, oil painting, wood burning, and air brushing to name a few. I enjoy classic automobiles and have three (3) that I have restored. The most enjoyable hobby I have is riding my Harley Davidson along side my wife exploring new sights and sounds.
I am currently working on a Bachelors degree from Idaho State University in HRTD Professional Technical Education (80) credits have been accumulated toward that degree, and will pursue the 34 credits of general education to finish. I am proud to be a part of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars & the National Scholars Honor Society.
I teach because the industry needs good technicians in the field. I enjoy working with future technicians and the industry leaders through the educational process to fulfill these needs.