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NAOHSM Expands Its Educational Programs

April 29, 2005
EAST PETERSBURG, Pa. - The National Association of Oil Heating Service Managers (NAOHSM) has further enhanced its 2005 educational schedule with some new programs.

A new addition to the course schedule is a three-day air conditioning course taught by Jim Peters. During the first two days of classes, students will learn the theory and fundamentals of refrigeration and A/C, electrical fundamentals, air conditioning systems, and basic troubleshooting. On the third day, students will prepare for and take the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) certification exam. Classes will be taught July 12-14 in Philadelphia and July 26-28 in Manchester, N.H.

Back by popular demand is the two-day Service Managers Workshop taught by Peters. The Connecticut Chapters of NAOHSM are co-sponsoring this event to be held at the ICPA School, Cromwell, Conn., July 19-20.

Bob Hedden will teach an instructor training seminar for those who want to teach the Gold Certification Review Course and prepare students for the gold exam. Attendees will receive a new gold book and CD. The gold certification exam will be given at the end of the program. This program will take place on Sept. 30 in Hartford, Conn.

A two-day series of eight mini seminars to be held June 14-15 at the New England Institute of Technology in Warwick, R.I., will help support the "Oil Heat Cares" program.

For more information, visit www.naohsm.org.

Publication date: 05/02/2005