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Online Courses from ASHRAE this Spring

17.03.2020, 19:29

Online Courses from ASHRAE this Spring

ASHRAE Learning Institute (ALI) is accepting registrations for online training courses in its Spring 2020 prospectus.

The prospectus which operates from April to June includes three new instructor-led courses:

“Principles of Building Commissioning: ASHRAE Guideline 0 and Standard 202”, which will be delivered on 20 April, explores the implications of employing the ASHRAE commissioning process during the acquisition of a building. The course references ASHRAE Guideline 0, The Commissioning Process and ASHRAE/IES Standard 202, Commissioning Process for Buildings and Systems

“V in HVAC – What, Why, Where, How and How Much”, which is scheduled for May 14, teaches the basics of the ventilation and provides the current concepts behind the new ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 62.1-2019, Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality. This new course covers the scope, application, and multiple compliance paths available in the standard, including the ventilation rate procedure, indoor air quality procedure, and natural ventilation procedure.

“Designing for Cold Climates”, which will be offered on June 2 and is modelled on the new ASHRAE Cold-Climate Building Design Guide, enables engineers to develop design strategies and solutions that can be successfully applied in cold climates. The course covers health and safety in cold climates and how to achieve energy-efficient and net zero design in these environments. 

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