The training department of the Mitsubishi Electric HVAC Advanced Products Division has been accredited as an authorized provider of continuing-education units.

The authorization comes from the International Association of Continuing Education and Training, which Mitsubishi claims is the highest standard available for any such program.

“This is the ultimate acknowledgement from the professional training community solidifying that our training curriculum programs are top notch,” said Ken Brown, senior training manager of Mitsubishi Electric HVAC. “This distinction further documents the exceptional level and quality of our training programs. As an IACET authorized provider, our training processes are certified to meet the association’s internationally recognized continuing education and training standards.”

All existing and future Mitsubishi Electric HVAC training programs will provide participants with IACET credits. Brown said the ability to provide HVAC contractors, engineers and distributors with permanent education credits approved by IACET is a quality indicator for the division’s continuing education and training programs.

“With the IACET certification, we continue to lead the HVAC industry in state-of-the-art training,” Brown added.

Mitsubishi Electric HVAC is one of only three HVAC manufacturers that currently holds the IACET certification. The division provides technical training for the Mr. Slim and City Multi air-conditioning and heating technology.

The four U.S. Mitsubishi training centers are located in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas and Irvine, Calif., and feature fully functional City Multi VRFZ systems and Mr. Slim split-ductless equipment to allow for interactive training sessions. For more information on the training, visit www.mehvac.com.