NCI: Commercial System Performance Certification Program Part 2 - Measure, Diagnose and Improve Poor Performance

Date: March 14, 2018
Time: 08:30 AM - 05:00 PM
Location: Energy Education Center - Tulare
Instructor: Jeff Sturgeon
Utility Sponsor: SCE

Two-Day Workshop Dates:
Tues.  March 13, 2018
Wed.  March 14, 2018 
National Comfort Institute (NCI) is the HVAC industry's leader in Performance-Based Contracting™ and an international membership and training organization that provides heating, air conditioning, plumbing and electrical contractors with services and tools to help them improve their business approach by managing accountability. These fee-based classes include hands-on, interactive training sessions that provide the best practices and tools necessary to achieve the highest level of quality and performance, effective efficiency and safety.
Part 2 will cover equipment and system BTU calculations and assess system performance using delivered BTUs including proper filter, coil, register, and grille selection. This class will evaluate low-pressure duct systems and review field design guidelines and tools. The day will conclude with NCI's exclusive Commercial HVAC System Performance certification exam.
Course Objectives:
• Learn how to improve system operating efficiency
• Provide customers with optimized solutions
• Take your HVAC performance testing knowledge and skills to the next level
• Identify and prescribe typical repairs
• Deliver high quality repair and maintenance service
Target Audience:
• HVAC Contractors
 HVAC Technicians & Supervisors 
• Maintenance Professionals 

• Air Flow Specialist
• Sales 
• Owners
• Managers
• Installers
• Commercial Air Balancers
Learning Units:
Qualified individuals may be eligible for NATE CEU's, BPI & most State CEUs.
Special Instructions:
This class is fee-based $75 and includes Parts 1 & 2.
Registration by phone only, contact NCI Customer Care at 800-633-7058. For more information, visit
Reservations will be held 15 minutes following the start time above. After this time your seat may be given to a waiting customer.