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Wednesday, December 08, 2010
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Accredited Geothermal Installer Certification

CEUs: 2.1 $1,249Registration Deadline: November 5, 2010For registration information, please visit: http://www.csuohio.edu/ce/about/register.htmlOr call 216-687-2144Do you want to utilize the potential energy below the earth? It is at a consistent temperature. Ground source heat pumps (GSHPs) are a highly efficient renewable energy technology used for heating and cooling of both residential and commercial spaces. GSHPs rely on the constant temperature below the Earth's surface to transfer heat into buildings in the winter, and out of buildings in the summer. Geothermal systems are an increasingly popular way to provide energy to buildings thanks to multiple incentives provided by federal and local programs. CleanEdison has training courses prepared to teach individuals the fundamentals to build a strong foundation in the how and why of properly designed and installed geothermal heat pump systems. This is a three-day comprehensive course focused on the installation of geothermal heating and cooling systems. The course includes an open book exam to become an accredited geothermal installer. Geothermal businesses need all sorts of people, so the course is set up to accommodate that. If you have little to no background in a comparably skilled building trade but are interested in joining the industry, you might consider taking one of our beginner online trainings in advance of this classroom training.Topics Covered: Geothermal in green buildings, Geothermal fundamentals, ground heat exchange design, selecting a system, system sizing and sizing calculators, software and industry resources, and installation techniquesPrerequisites: If you have little to no background in a comparably skilled building trade but are interested in joining the industry, you might consider taking a beginner course in advance of this classroom training.Who Should Attend: HVAC contractors, drillers, builders, plumbers, engineers, and business ownersCourse Includes: ? Three days of expert instruction? Directory listing of your contact details on the IGSHPA (The International Ground Source Heat Pump Association) websites? Access to networking opportunities with professionals in supporting areas of service? Geothermal reference books? Field guides? System calculators? Pipe fusion certification? Open book exam required for IGSHPA Accredited Geothermal Installer status? One-year IGSHPA membershipCEUs: 2.1 $1,249Registration Deadline: November 5, 2010For registration information, please visit: http://www.csuohio.edu/ce/about/register.htmlOr call 216-687-2144Do you want to utilize the potential energy below the earth? It is at a consistent temperature. Ground source heat pumps (GSHPs) are a highly efficient renewable energy technology used for heating and cooling of both residential and commercial spaces. GSHPs rely on the constant temperature below the Earth's surface to transfer heat into buildings in the winter, and out of buildings in the summer. Geothermal systems are an increasingly popular way to provide energy to buildings thanks to multiple incentives provided by federal and local programs. CleanEdison has training courses prepared to teach individuals the fundamentals to build a strong foundation in the how and why of properly designed and installed geothermal heat pump systems. This is a three-day comprehensive course focused on the installation of geothermal heating and cooling systems. The course includes an open book exam to become an accredited geothermal installer. Geothermal businesses need all sorts of people, so the course is set up to accommodate that. If you have little to no background in a comparably skilled building trade but are interested in joining the industry, you might consider taking one of our beginner online trainings in advance of this classroom training.Topics Covered: Geothermal in green buildings, Geothermal fundamentals, ground heat exchange design, selecting a system, system sizing and sizing calculators, software and industry resources, and installation techniquesPrerequisites: If you have little to no background in a comparably skilled building trade but are interested in joining the industry, you might consider taking a beginner course in advance of this classroom training.Who Should Attend: HVAC contractors, drillers, builders, plumbers, engineers, and business ownersCourse Includes: ? Three days of expert instruction? Directory listing of your contact details on the IGSHPA (The International Ground Source Heat Pump Association) websites? Access to networking opportunities with professionals in supporting areas of service? Geothermal reference books? Field guides? System calculators? Pipe fusion certification? Open book exam required for IGSHPA Accredited Geothermal Installer status? One-year IGSHPA membership

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