|Event||Jim Curly: Electrical – Technical Service & Troubleshooting Course|
|Date||October 21, 2019|
DATE: October 21-25, 2019 (4.75 Days)
TIME: Promptly from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm
CERTIFICATION: Qualifies for 38 Distributor FAD hours.
CLASS SIZE: Register early, class is limited to 30 students.
Course Description – The majority of field problems in the HVAC industry are the result of electrical system malfunctions. Properly identifying and correcting these malfunctions in a timely manner represents the greatest challenge to the skills of service technicians. This course was specifically designed to address these concerns and give attendees the “technical tools” and confidence necessary to fix the problem right the first time and reduce costly callbacks. The course takes a logical and practical approach in teaching wiring diagram interpretation and the application of time proven troubleshooting procedures and techniques. Technical lecture material taught in the classroom is re-enforced in our supervised troubleshooting lab where students will work on actual equipment and training aids and put to practice what was learned in the classroom by troubleshooting a variety of electrical faults. Attendees are taught practical service procedures and troubleshooting techniques that will enhance their performance back on the job. This course was developed for maintenance personnel and service technicians who maintain, troubleshoot and service residential and light commercial HVAC equipment.
INSTRUCTOR: James P. Curley is the President of Air Conditioning Training Specialists, Inc. (ACTS), a company that provides specialized training and services to the HVACR Industry. Prior to starting this company, Jim was a Master Instructor and Instructional Designer with over 35 years of experience with the Commercial Systems and Services Division of Carrier Corporation, a United Technologies Company. Jim’s career at Carrier involved assignments based from Syracuse NY, Los Angeles CA, and Phoenix AZ. Jim grew up in the air conditioning business, as his father was a successful contractor in central New York specializing in commercial refrigeration and air conditioning.
REGISTRATION & PAYMENT: All registrations and payment are handled through Jim Curley. Payment MUST be received before the start of class or you will be unable to participate. Cancellations received 16 or more working days prior to the class start date will be refunded in full, 11 – 15 working days prior to the class start date will be charged 50% of the class fee. Cancellations made 10 or less working days prior to the class start date, no refund will be issued and the full class fee will be charged, you will receive a 1 year tuition credit to attend any class of equal value, course schedule permitting. There will be no tuition credit issued for NO SHOWS. Students that do not complete the course will be charged the full tuition.