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RSES Offers Technical Training Associates CD/DVD Educational Products

RSES is now offering a series of training CDs and DVDs developed by Jim and Peggy Johnson of Technical Training Associates. These DVDs/CDs will benefit everyone from entry-level heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration students to contractors, service technicians and engineers.

“The products offered by Technical Training Associates provide top-of-the-line in-depth instruction, content and illustrations that today’s HVACR contractor or service technician will encounter in the field, and focus on equipment and theories that are extremely relevant to the industry professional,” said RSES Director of Publishing John Iwanski. “Jim Johnson’s monthly Troubleshooting column in the RSES Journal is one of the most popular features with readers, and the same systematic approach to figuring out how to solve problems and understand theories on heat transfer, refrigeration, and electrical components can be found in these DVDs and CDs.”

TTA specializes in providing hands-on training including training workshops for corporations, governmental clients, trade associations and independent service contractors in the plumbing, electrical, major appliance, and HVACR fields. TTA has worked cooperatively with community colleges, high schools and private post-secondary schools throughout the nation.

Available TTA titles include: Electrical Fundamentals for HVACR Technicians; Refrigeration Fundamentals for HVACR Technicians; Uncomplicating the Heat Pump: Electrical Systems Troubleshooting; Uncomplicating the Heat Pump: Refrigeration and Air Flow Systems; HVACR Electrical Troubleshooting: Component Testing; TXV Refrigeration Systems: Superheat and Subcooling; and Understanding Potential Relays and Start Capacitors.

The TTA CDs/DVDs are packed with resource material, illustrations, diagrams, demonstrations and quiz questions to clarify key concepts and procedures.

To order any of the TTA titles, please contact RSES by calling 800-297-5660. The products can also be purchased online by visiting

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