This four part seminar starts with the fundamentals and theory behind the residential and light commercial diagnostic process and covers all aspects of the HVAC system including the mechanical, electrical, refrigeration, air distribution, gas, venting, condensate, indoor air quality and whole house concept sections. This seminar will equip participants with the broad skill sets required to properly obtain, record, evaluate, analyze, identify and eliminate all operating problems reported and revealed thru the diagnostic process and concludes by verifying that the HVAC systems they are working on are safe, reliable and operate at the highest capacity and energy efficiency possible.
Wednesday, March 14 from 6 - 9 pm
Class 3 - Evaluating, Analyzing, and Ultimately Identifying the Root Cause(s) of the HVAC/R System:
Part 3 will focus on the information provided by the client, and the observations and data obtained by the field technician to evaluate, analyze, and ultimately identify the root cause(s) of the reported symptom(s).
Thursday, March 15 from 6 - 9 pm
Class 4 - Accurate Elimination and Verification of the Root Cause(s) of the HVAC/R System:
Part 4 starts with exploring possible alternatives to simply replacing the non-functioning or defective component, examines the repair vs. replacement question, covers reporting the diagnoses to the client, the client’s decision making process, outlines the proper corrective action to eliminate the symptom(s) or problem(s) and concludes by the field technician verifying that not only is the system working, but is working safely, reliably and operating at the highest capacity and energy efficiency possible.