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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

6:15 P.M. - 7:15 P.M.

CEU Value 0.2

Educator Credentialing Exams

Presented by: HVAC Excellence Team

Location: Legacy North 1

To help attendees identify if they have the retained knowledge to effectively teach a subject or if they need

professional development, educator credentialing exams will be offered free of charge.

High Efficiency Solutions for Tomorrow's HVACR Applications

Presented by: Bryan Armstrong of Carel USA LLC

Location: Legacy North 2

This session will discuss how Electronic Expansion Valves (EEV) and Brushless Direct Current (BLDC)

variable speed motors work together to meet partial load conditions, which allow for precise temperature

controls and improved Integrated Energy Efficiency Ratio (IEER).

Energias Renovables Verdes (Spanish Course)

Presented by: Jose Vital of Harper College

Location: Legacy South 1

Esta sesión proporcionará una comprensión básica de los conceptos verdes, terminología, sistemas y lo

último en tecnología mecánica verde. Además, cubrirá la manera de incorporar la formación de la conciencia

verde que está diseñado para dar atención a la especificación, compra y aplicación de productos de bajo

consumo de energía en su programa.

Delivering Comfort (the Homeowner's Perception)

Presented by: Rich Blank of Ferguson

Location: Legacy South 2

"The HVAC System you just installed doesn't work like the old one!" is a common reaction from a

homeowner. Why? This session will explore the answer to this question by discussing thermostat operation,

staging, run time, delivered air volume, equipment sizing and system efficiency and their effects on the

customer's "perception" of comfort.

Hands-on? You Bet! Current Developments in HVAC Instructional Lab Strategies and Design

Presented by: Larry Chang of the Best Center

Location: Forum East 4

Colleges use unique strategies to create labs and hands-on learning related to building performance. These

range from tabletop trainers and smaller, well-planned building automation lab spaces to Living Labs

incorporating existing campus equipment and facilities. The presentation will include video highlights so

instructors can learn how these lab design concepts and goals connect with curriculum and student learning.