IHACI: NATE Certification Training Series - Gas Heating: Part 1 (Introduction)

Date: April 26, 2017
Time: 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Location: Energy Education Center - Irwindale
Instructor: Dalton, John
Utility Sponsor: SCE

Join the growing number of professionals who demonstrate proficiency in the HVAC/R industry by becoming certified by NATE (North American Technician Excellence).  NATE is a nationally recognized certification program for heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration technicians, and it is the only test supported by the entire industry.  More customers are placing a high priority on locating a certified expert and NATE certification help HVAC professionals keep a competitive edge.
 
This series of seminars are specifically designed to help experienced HVAC professionals prepare for successfully completing the NATE Certification Exam.  For the convenience of working professionals, these classes are held on weekday evenings and will be followed by an opportunity to complete the NATE Exam on a Saturday.  There will be a fee for the NATE exam; however there is no charge for the preparation series.
 
This important training opportunity is offered as part of IHACIs commitment to provide exceptional service.  Attending the entire eight-part series is strongly suggested.
 
Gas Heating:
 
Part 1 (Introduction) and Part 2 (Installation & Service)
 
NATE Modules 3 and 4: Part 1 will focus on gas heaters used in furnaces and package units.  In addition to reviewing the basics of gas heat, discussion will include gas heat equipment and components.
 
Course Objectives:
• To prepare HVAC professionals to successfully complete and pass the NATE Certification Exam
 
Target Audience:
• HVAC/R Technicians
 
Learning Units:
Qualified individuals may be eligible for NATE CEUs and/or Glendale Community College credits.  For information contact IHACI at 818-551-1555.
 
Prerequisite:
N/A
 
Special Instructions:
5:30pm check-in and dinner. Class starts at 6:00pm.
 
Attending the entire eight part series is strongly suggested.
 
Reservations will be held 15 minutes following the start time above.  After this time your seat may be given to a waiting customer.
 
 

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