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Signature Worldwide, a provider of customer service and sales training, has launched a new mobile training reinforcement system. The new product, “Signature Cue Tips,” provides customers with a convenient way to deliver reminders to employees to keep training fresh.
BPI is adapting criteria requirements for its Building Analyst (BA) certification upgrade due to collaboration and feedback between BPI and practitioners in the field.
NATE will now certify technicians in two years, a significant reduction from the previous five-year requirement.
The four-day course is designed to train technicians to systematically apply procedures to analyze dual-fuel equipment operation and comfort conditions.
The coursework includes a construction core course that is compliant with the Occupational Safety & Health Administration-10 (OSHA-10) and six HVAC courses, including NCCER’s apprentice level one through four, Williams said.
The day-long event included a variety of comprehensive, hands-on opportunities for participants to learn about and observe all aspects of a geothermal system — from equipment specification, to loop-field drilling and trenching, to system controls programming.
From an introduction to the technology to a complete review of the design process, participants learn the specific information they need to know.
The women in my family have endured more than their fair share of discrimination because of their gender — something I had never experienced personally, until now.
As technology continues to grow in the HVACR industry, educators are scrambling to come up with new ways to make sure the next generation of service technicians is equipped with the skills necessary to keep up with the current crop of techs.
As HVAC equipment becomes more complex and new technologies are introduced, the need for continual theory, practicality, and hands-on training is essential to understand, install, and service new equipment.
SkillsUSA returns to Kansas City June 23-27, 2013 for the 50th annual National Leadership and Skills Conference (NLSC), a showcase of career and technical education students.