ACCA Training: Residential Design for Quality Installation

Three-day focus on ACCA Manuals J, D, S. Learn the accurate and practical procedures for calculating heat loss/heat gain loads and duct system design for residential structures.

Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) offers a three-day training for Residential Design for Quality Installation, in Arlington, VA, Feb 19-21.

ACCA reports that successful completion of the class will provide attendees with a five-year certificate in residential design from ACCA, the non-profit organization that created the QI, Manual J, and Manual D standards.

Course completion will also earn attendees: 24 NATE CEUs, 12.5 BPI CEUs, 24 Ohio state HVAC CEUs and/or Georgia licensing credit.

With a focus on ACCA Manual J 8th Edition, ACCA Manual D 3rd Edition, and Manual S 2nd Edition this training helps contractors develop an understanding of how to calculate a residential heating and cooling load and how to design a duct system both manually and by using computer assisted software.

Taught by popular instructor Jack Rise, this unique class offers you an excellent opportunity to expand your professional knowledge and gain the tools necessary to design for quality HVAC installations.

Who Should Attend: Contractors, design and utility personnel, wholesalers, energy commission officials, licensing and code officials, HVAC instructors, architects, engineers and others interested in learning the importance, including the economic and environmental benefits, that accurate residential load calculation procedures have on system design and operating costs.

When & Where: February 19-21, 2019 at ACCA Headquarters, 2800 Shirlington Road, Suite 300, Arlington, VA 22206

Costs: The current tuition fee is $995.

CLICK HERE to register, learn more about the class and view the agenda.

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