Despite what all the naysayers claim about the up-and-coming generation of young people, I still find good people with solid character. And it is up to us as the owners and managers in the HVAC industry to train and mentor them to join and stay in our industry.
Technical Training Associates has announced the introduction of a new series of HVACR troubleshooting training videos. Each video will focus on a specific problem, describe how to take a step-by-step approach to correctly diagnose the failed component, and explain the cause and conditions behind the failure.
Danfoss Inc. recently introduced its Danfoss Learning online education and training portal. The portal provides access to a wide variety of courses, both online and onsite, across subject areas relevant to Danfoss products, solutions, services, and technologies.
Quinn & Feiner Service Co. Inc., a high-efficiency, custom HVAC installation and 24/7 service company, recognizes the importance of local businesses’ community involvement, particularly as it relates to youth and workforce development. The company is a current participant in the United Way’s YouthBuild Long Island.
The Canadian Hydronics Council (CHC) will offer its Essentials of Hydronic Design course across Ontario beginning in April. The course builds on the lessons provided through the introductory hydronics course and serves as a building block of professional design and installation for both new and retrofit system components.
Expanding its Commercial Replacement Expert (CRE) certification program, Carrier announced that it now offers two courses for residential dealers and commercial contractors looking to be more proficient in the growing 3- to 27.5-ton rooftop unit replacement business.