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ASHRAE Learning Institute announces courses for 2019 Winter Conference

Conference will be held from January 12 to 16, 2019, in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, organisation says

| | Oct 2, 2018 | 2:09 pm
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Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 2 October 2018: ASHRAE Learning Institute will (ALI) offer 20 courses during the 2019 ASHRAE Winter Conference and AHR Expo in Atlanta, the organisation said in a Press communiqué. The conference will be held from January 12 to 16, 2019, the communiqué said.

Sheila J Hayter, President, ASHRAE, said: “The demands placed on buildings professionals and their teams mean that maintaining a high level of knowledge is essential to keep up with the technological advances within our industry. ALI courses provide in-depth, high-quality technical training, giving professionals the tools needed to create a healthier, more energy-efficient built-environment.”

According to ASHRAE, ALI will offer five full-day seminars and 15 half-day courses between Saturday, January 12 and Tuesday, January 15, 2019, during the conference.

The communiqué said all courses will be led by experienced professionals, to provide real-world engineering guidance. According to ASHRAE, the complete conference course schedule is as follows:

January 12, 2019:

  • ‘Commercial Building Energy Audits’ (six hours), by Jim Kelsey
  • ‘Effective Energy Management in New and Existing Buildings’ (six hours), by Richard Pearson
  • ‘Operations and Maintenance of High-Performance Buildings’ (six hours), by Laurie Gilmer

January 13, 2019:

  • ‘Advanced Designs for Net Zero Buildings’ (three hours), by Peter Simmonds
  • ‘Air-to-Air Energy Recovery Applications: Best Practices’ (three hours), by Paul Pieper
  • ‘Latest in High-Performance Dedicated Outdoor Air Systems (DOAS)’ (three hours), by Art Hallstrom
  • ‘Variable Refrigerant Flow Systems: Design and Application’ (three hours), by Paul Doppel and Jocelyn Léger

 January 14, 2019:

  • ‘Humidity Control I: Design Tips and Traps’ (three hours), by Mark Nunnelly
  • ‘Solar PV and Thermal System Analysis and Design’ (three hours), by Khalid Nagidi and Svein Morner
  • ‘Thermal Energy Storage Systems for Air Conditioning’ (three hours), by Doug Reindl
  • ‘Understanding and Designing Chilled-Beam Systems’ (three hours), by Ken Loudermilk
  • ‘ASHRAE Guideline 0: The Commissioning Process’ (three hours), by Walter Grondzik
  • ‘Design of Affordable and Efficient Ground-Source Heat Pumps Systems’ (three hours), by Steve Kavanaugh
  • ‘Designing and Operating High-Performing Healthcare HVAC Systems’ (three hours), by Dan Koenigshofer
  • ‘Humidity Control II: Real-World Problems and Solutions’ (three hours), by Lew Harriman

January 15, 2019:

  • ‘Choosing the Right Energy Code for your Project—IECC 2018 or ASHRAE 90.1-2016’ (six hours), by McHenry (Mack) Wallace
  • ‘Commissioning Process in New and Existing Buildings’ (six hours), by Rick Casault
  • ‘Avoiding IAQ Problems’(three hours), by Hoy Bohanon
  • ‘How Smart, Efficient, Sustainable Systems Lead to Improved Resilience’ (three hours), Tom Lawrence and Dru Crawley
  • ‘High-Performance Building Design: Applications and Future Trends’ (three hours), Tom Lawrence and Dru Crawley

According to ASHRAE, all courses are open for registration and are eligible for Professional Development Hours (PDHs) or Continuing Education Credits (CEUs). For more information, and to register for the ASHRAE Learning Institute course offerings, visit ashrae.org/atlantacourses.

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