Join us March 31 - April 2, 2014 at the South Point Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada for the nation’s largest conference dedicated to providing professional development exclusively
for HVACR educators and trainers.
The demand for higher energy efficiency in HVACR equipment driven by increasing energy costs, changes in government regulations, new codes, and improved standards is
changing our industry at an ever increasing pace. Keeping up with the latest developments guarantees that your educational program is current and relevant to these new
Are you preparing the next generation of technicians with the latest generation of knowledge?
Some of the new areas educators and trainers must familiarize themselves with include: smart HVACR system technologies, solar thermal heating, DSC technology used in data
centers, energy auditing, duct and envelope testing as well as building sciences. Keeping current on new technologies is important. However it is equally important for us to work
on: educational delivery systems, work ethics programs, customer relations skills, and code changes. This train the trainer boot camp consist of high impact sessions covering:
new and changing technologies, regulatory updates, energy efficiency, best practices, training techniques that work, and much more.
Attendees will have the opportunity to test their knowledge and see how well they are preparing their students as HVACR
educator credentialing exams will be offered free of charge. The exams allow attendees
the opportunity to find out if they have the retained knowledge necessary to teach the competencies of their program and identify areas in which they need professional
Learn about the latest in: equipment, tools, test instruments and equipment during the exposition from organizations supporting education
in the HVACR industry.
Join us and earn continuing education unit CEU certificates that are relevant to your training.
Who Should Attend?
The conference is open to anyone involved in training current or future HVACR technicians. This includes but is not limited to: HVACR educators, JATC instructors, wholesaler
trainers, utility trainers, contractors that provide training, MRO trainers.