GAS HEATING MODULE WEBINAR 2022 REGISTRATION IRWINDALE

GAS HEATING MODULE WEBINAR 2022 REGISTRATION IRWINDALE

GAS HEATING MODULE WEBINAR 2022 REGISTRATION

“NO FEE” UPDATED TRAINING BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE INSTITUTE OF HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING INDUSTRIES, INC. (IHACI) AND SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON’S ENERGY EDUCATION CENTER – IRWINDALE

This two-part seminar starts with the practical fundamentals and theory behind basic gas heating systems and systematically moves through the process involved for Quality Installation (QI), Quality Maintenance (QM) and Quality Service (QS) of residential and light commercial gas heating systems as they apply to the California market. Participants will receive the comprehensive training required to properly install, commission, maintain, service, diagnose and verify that the gas heating systems they are working on are safe, reliable and operate at the highest capacity and energy efficiency possible.

Webinar Time: 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Wednesday, January 19, 2022 Thursday, January 20, 2022

Webinars are free of charge and online registration is required. For quick, easy, and direct on-line enrollment, simply open your Smart Phone Camera and hover over the QR Code or by visiting www.on.sce.com/eLearning (this link is case sensitive). Attendees must register for each night separately. Please check your schedule to ensure your availability for each night. Attendance is required both nights. Once we receive confirmation that you have attended both nights, you will be eligible to receive the complete class training manual.

Instructor: John Dalton has actively been involved in the HVAC/R industry for more than 47 years. Having started as a residential, commercial, and institutional service technician, he has held positions in service, installation, sales, design, engineering, technical class training, technical field support, company management, and most recently as Senior Project Engineer for Universal Air Conditioning Company, Inc. He has taught HVAC/R design, installation, commissioning, service, and engineering for the last forty-one years and currently sits on several community college and trade school advisory boards. An active member of IHACI, RSES, and NATE, Mr. Dalton currently chairs the IHACI education committee, holds a CM certification level with RSES, writes technical curriculum for contractor training through the California utilities, has taught and proctored thousands of installation and service technicians throughout California in NATE, is one of only three non-union HVAC/R technicians certified and registered to conduct commercial mechanical acceptance testing in the State of California, and is only one of five HVAC/R technicians in the world to hold all 19 installation, service, and senior service certification levels with NATE.

Moderator: Michael D. Griffin owns and operates M&M General Repair since 1982, specializing in home service of air conditioning, heating and most major appliances, and AirFlow Specialties since 2004 specializing in Title 24 Verifying, Energy Efficiency, Delivered Efficiency measurements and retrofits, covering most of Los Angeles County and Southern California performing Duct Pressure Testing, Fan Flow Measurement, Refrigerant Charge Verification, Fan Efficacy and Energy Efficiency. Mike is an IHACI Instructor, member of the IHACI Education Committee, a H.E.R.S. Rater, a Certified Technical Educator, and one of three Certified Mechanical Acceptance Testing Employers/Technicians in California. Mike is certified by both CalCERTS and CHEERS as a H.E.R.S. Rater, as well as NATE (North American Technician Excellence) certified in Service and Installation, Gas Furnace, and has Certifications in Light Commercial & Residential Air Balance, Commercial & Residential System Performance from NCI (National Comfort Institute).

Education and training is key to your professional success. Please keep in mind that reservations made and not honored are costly and could prevent other students from attending. IHACI will be closely monitoring “no-shows” and last-minute cancellations. Your cooperation is appreciated. For additional information, please contact IHACI at (818) 551-1555.