HERN is a network made up of manufacturers, wholesalers, publishers, credentialing bodies, soft skill providers, teaching aid providers, educators and trainers, educational institutions, and other industry-related organizations.
Technology is rapidly changing, and nowhere is that more apparent than in the HVAC industry. It is more important than ever for HVAC instructors to keep up with these changes, and 750 teachers did just that by attending the 12th annual HVAC Excellence National HVAC Educators and Trainers Conference in Las Vegas.
The Council of Refrigeration Educators (CARE) and HVAC Excellence announced the winners of the D. Brian Baker Memorial Scholarship. Congratulations to Jason Hoard of St Georges Technical High School in Middletown, Delaware and David Brannen of Texas State Technical College in Waco, Texas.
The Council of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Educators (CARE) and HVAC Excellence have announced the launch of the D. Brian Baker Memorial Scholarship for attending the 2018 National HVACR Educators and Trainers Conference.
Teaching the next generation of HVAC technicians is an ever-evolving task. New products with advanced features are constantly released, classroom instruction methods are developed, student behavior changes, and no two students learn at the same pace. However difficult the task may seem, HVAC Excellence is poised to lead the charge via its 2017 National HVAC Educators and Trainers Conference.
Compliance with the EPA’s 608 is a mandatory part of HVAC contracting. Techs are required to gain certification by an EPA-approved organization and pass their tests or else they are unqualified to work in the field.
Combines all of its offerings in a single location
October 31, 2016
The ESCO Group has launched a newly revised website that brings together the offerings of all the ESCO Group organizations under one, easy to navigate platform, including: ESCO Institute, HVAC Excellence, Green Mechanical Council, ESCO Press, and more.
The Employment Ready Certification program is a series of discipline-specific examinations that have been used for more than a decade by educational programs to prove entry-level technicians possess the core knowledge of HVACR system theory, function, application, components, and troubleshooting ability that is required for success when entering the workforce.