Course materials can be accessed via smartphone, desktop, laptop, tablet, or VR-headset
March 5, 2019
Interplay Learning announced the availability of its HVAC industry training solution. The company introduced a way to advance HVAC skillsets with a catalog that includes dozens of interactive HVAC video courses and 3D troubleshooting simulations.
NATE certification means something because it involves a commitment and reflects reliability and proficiency. According to NATE, around 34,000 technicians have reached that status, with over 5,300 contractors getting their own certifications.
There is a gap between the number of qualified techs and the number of jobs that will need to be filled. The efforts of technicians, contractors, distributors, and manufacturers to address this widening gap through their support of NATE, are evident in this eBook.
North American Technician Excellence (NATE) is trending in the industry right now, and it has been well before “trending” was even a thing. It serves as a sense of reliability to homeowners, a symbol of professionalism to employers, a mark of confidence to manufacturers, and a source of pride to technicians. So, no matter what your role in the industry is, there are countless reasons to #celebratewithNATE.
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.
North American Technician Excellence (NATE) is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a #CelebrateWithNATE campaign. An ever-increasing number of industry professionals recognize the value of NATE certification and today, nearly 34,000 technicians throughout North America hold at least one active NATE certification.
NATE certification improves knowledge, training, and service in HVACR industry
January 20, 2017
At the 2016 Heating, Air-conditioning & Refrigeration Distributors International (HARDI) Annual Conference in Colorado Springs, NATE recognized nine HARDI member companies for their outstanding efforts to promote NATE technician certification in the HVACR industry.
Technicians can earn up to two hours of NATE credit
October 6, 2016
E Instruments, a leading manufacturer of HVAC combustion analyzers, IAQ monitors, gas leak detectors, and other products, announced that it is now offering North American Technician Excellence (NATE)-certified training courses for combustion analyzers.