A dollar-for-dollar investment match from EGIA is at the heart of the program
December 28, 2016
The Electric & Gas Industries Association (EGIA), a nationwide nonprofit organization dedicated to contractors’ success and the advancement of high-efficiency products and renewable energy, has officially launched a new educational program for contracting businesses called EGIA Contractor University. With a unique dollar-for-dollar education investment match from EGIA, a comprehensive blend of online and in-person educational programs and exclusive access to the contracting industry’s educators, EGIA Contractor University provides a fresh approach to the way ongoing education is being provided to contractors nationwide.
A major focus of the 19th edition of Modern Refrigeration and Air Conditioning is an increased emphasis on developing technician-level skills with a stronger emphasis on service and troubleshooting skills and techniques.
For those who have been in the industry longer than I have (pretty much everyone) and for those who have been in it longer than most (I'm looking at those of you with 30-plus years of experience), we sometimes need a reminder that there's still learning left to be done.
Coyne College, a leader in education and training for HVACR, electrical construction and maintenance, pharmacy technician, medical assisting, and medical billing/coding, announced that representatives from more than 25 companies located throughout the Chicago area will attend a career fair for current students and graduates.
A combined heating and cooling (CHC) pack is a design for use in convenience stores. The technological development, along with development of a European Refrigeration Training Academy, earned WR Refrigeration honors at the National ACR Awards in England.
Over 1,800 companies have reserved more than 375,000 square feet of exhibit space at the Dallas Convention Center for the 2013 Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration (AHR) Expo on Jan. 28-30, making it the largest ever held in the Southwest.