Florida Contractors ...
We received such a fantastic response with our Manual J training class held in Tampa this week ... we've opened up an additional Tampa class for Wednesday, August 15th!
The class is limited to just 24 attendees. Be sure to register as quickly as possible ... only 9 seats are still open for this additional class!
Exciting news! ACCA-FL is hosting a special one-day Manual J training class in Tampa, Ft. Lauderdale and Jacksonville. To provide the best possible training environment, each class is being limited to a small group of just 24 attendees. With this amazing opportunity, we know these three classes will fill up quickly!
Open to everyone -- $150 for ACCA members and $195 for non-members.
This fantastic class is being taught by popular ACCA trainer Jack Rise -- designed for HVAC professionals who will be using a computer-based program to calculate heat loss and/or heat gain for residential buildings, and will give you all of the tools needed to intelligently use the abridged edition of Manual J as well as any computer-based software. Click here for the class outline.
As mentioned, we are so fortunate to be able offer this exciting opportunity of having Jack Rise as the instructor for these upcoming classes! In addition to the benefit of Jack's teaching expertise on Manual J, attendees will receive:
Your registration includes:
- full day of Manual J Load Calculation training
- interactive training environment
- the benefit of a small class size for more personalized attention
- copy of ACCA’s Manual J8ae ($78 value -- no additional cost, it is included with the class registration)
- Wrightsoft demo CD
- catered lunch
- the opportunity to network with your fellow Florida contractors
- NATE -- 8 hours recertification
- Manual J -- training class completion certificate
As mentioned, this class in Tampa has a limited number of seats to provide attendees with the best possible training -- registration will close when the class is full.
If you have any questions, please e-mail email@example.com or call (813) 210-4949.
We hope to see you there!!
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE TAMPA CLASS
Ft. Lauderdale and Jacksonville Class Information ...
Although we don't yet have the exact date for these two cities, we do know the classes will be held in September.
We are accepting advance reservations to hold your spot for a class!
No payment is required to make your reservation! Once location/details are confirmed, official class registration will be offered first to those contractors who sent in their reservation form -- they will be contacted in the order we received their reservation.
CLICK HERE FOR FT. LAUDERDALE & JACKSONVILLE
MANUAL J TRAINING CLASS RESERVATION FORM
Meet Jack Rise ...
Jack Rise, CMS -- is a Certificate Member Specialist of the Refrigeration Service Engineers Society. He has extensive industry experience having worked as a contractor for 18 years, as a distributor of HVAC products for 13 years and for a major HVAC manufacturer for 5 years. In 2004 Jack formed his own company, Jack Rise HVAC Technical Training, which is based in Tampa, Florida.
Jack is an ACCA/EPIC certified instructor for all of the ACCA residential and commercial design manuals, including the 8th Edition of Manual J (Residential Load Calculations), the 3rd Edition of Manual D (Residential Duct System Design), the 5th Edition of Manual N (Commercial Load Calculations) and Manual Q (Commercial Low Pressure, Low Velocity Duct System Design).
He travels extensively across the country conducting seminars on residential and commercial load calculations, system design, and on the use of HVAC computer-based software. He was an RSES instructor for 10 years, currently runs training sessions for NATE and EPA/CFC Section 608 Certifications and ACCA/ANSI Standard 5 (HVAC Quality Installation Standard).
We are also pleased to mention HVAC Technical Training is a long-time ACCA-FL Associate Member! Jack is the author and presenter of the ACCA HVAC Essentials series and the NATE Essentials series of training CDs. He is a 35+ year member of RSES, and a Life Member of the NATE Technical Committee.