2020 UA HVACR Regional Training Dates Now Available

January 13, 2020

The United Association (UA) Education and Training Department have released  2020 schedule for the HVACR industry courses. These courses are offered through the 2020 Regional Training System, in an agreement with the major HVACR manufacturers, Carrier Corporation, Daikin, and Johnson Controls.

Courses will be taught by authorized-factory instructors, incorporating manufacturer-specific curriculum. Course size is limited so early registration is encouraged. These courses are designed to provide the best possible training for the UA local unions, keeping up to date with current HVACR industry requirements for project specifications in high performance buildings.

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