Attendees of the ACCA’s HVAc market convention in Texas next month will have the opportunity to earn continuing-education credits for Ohio, Alabama and two certification organizations.
Going to certain sessions will give HVAC construction contractors the chance to meet training requirements under North American Technician Excellence and Building Performance Institute requirements as well as the under the rules of Alabama and Ohio, officials said.
“ACCA knows that training and education are important to all contractors, which is why we spend so much time creating a learning lab program that covers a wide variety of topics," said ACCA President and CEO Paul T. Stalknecht. "We also know that many contractors need CEUs (continuing-education credits) to meet certification and licensing requirement. Again this year we have worked with these organizations to make CEUs available, so that contractors have a one-stop place to meet their requirements."
The Air Conditioning Contractors of America’s HVAC sales conference will take place March 16-19 at the Gaylord Texan in Grapevine, Texas, near Dallas. A full list of classes is available at www.acca.org/category/conference-blog/??.