Education Program Offers First Look at 2019
ATLANTA — The 2019 AHR Expo’s 2019 Education Program includes more than 120 sessions of free seminars, professional certifications, and continuing education courses.
The Education Program continues to grow each year and is the most comprehensive, all-inclusive opportunity to hear directly from industry leaders about trends and best practices in HVACR.
“The AHR Expo aims to deliver the most extensive access into the HVACR industry,” said Clay Stevens, manager of AHR Expo. “Each year, we host exhibitors from all facets of the industry, and we add value to the attendee experience through our ever-growing Education Program. Our seminars, courses, and certification opportunities provide visitors with the tools needed to move forward as professionals.”
This year’s show features nearly 75 free sessions presented by industry experts from leading organizations. The sessions, ranging from one to two hours, provide attendees with potential solutions to the most pressing challenges facing the industry. Attendees can listen in on general HVACR industry subjects as well as sessions specific to their own line of practice.
AHR Expo also provides the opportunity for attendees to participate in professional development while at the show.
This year, attendees can choose from 20 ASHRAE Learning Institute (ALI) sessions, all of which are offered prior to and during the show.
All short courses and professional development seminars have been approved for continuing education units (CEUs) that can be applied toward maintaining professional engineer licensure. Attendees must register and pay tuition fees in advance of the show by visiting the ASHRAE registration website.
Full-day courses account for six earned professional development hours (PDHs)/learning units (LUs) or 0.6 CEUs.
All half-day courses are awarded three accredited PDHs.
Topics cover a wide range of industry subjects, including maintenance of high-performance buildings, effective energy management, indoor and outdoor air systems, energy code selection, latest applications, future trends, and more.
Publication date: 1/14/2019