Westport, Connecticut — Attendees at the 2015 AHR Expo in Chicago, Jan. 26-28, will have a wealth of educational opportunities to choose from. The leading associations, publications and organizations serving the HVACR markets have come together to create the industry’s most comprehensive educational program.
Designed to give HVACR professionals the information tools they need to improve their businesses, perform their jobs more effectively and stay abreast of new technology and trends driving the industry, more than 120 educational sessions covering a variety of topics will be offered during the world’s largest HVACR trade show. These educational offerings range from more than three-dozen free sessions, nearly two-dozen paid courses, and over 60 exhibitor new product presentations in the New Product & Technology Theaters.
“This Show’s line-up is our largest ever and covers many key issues that engineers, contractors, OEMs, facility managers, manufacturers and other HVACR professionals should know about to be successful,” said Clay Stevens, President of International Exposition Company, which produces and manages AHR Expo. “When you include all the new technologies and solutions being featured by the nearly 2,000 exhibiting companies on the Show floor, AHR Expo truly is an unparalleled learning environment.”
For on the free AHR Expo sessions go to http://www.flipdocs.com/showbook.aspx?ID=10003542_820129&p=40.
In addition to these free educational sessions, ASHRAE will be presenting 15 half-day Short Courses and 2 full-day Professional Development Seminars – each requiring a course fee - at McCormick Place beginning on Sunday, January 25 through Tuesday, January 27. All of the courses earn PDHs/AIA LUs or CEUs.
The ASHRAE Half-Day and Full-day courses are. For detailed information and to register for the ASHRAE courses go to https://ashrae.org/education--certification/2015-chicago-winter-conference-courses.
Rounding out the AHR Expo Educational Program are two half-day technical workshops conducted by PM Live on Tuesday featuring industry gurus Dan Holohan and John Siegenthaler. For information on these paid seminars, visit http://www.pmlivesymposium.com/index.php/registration/registration-info
In conjunction with AHR Expo, there will also be various certification programs and exams available to Show attendees. The exams that require registration and a fee include the ASHRAE Certification Program, ACG CxA Workshop and Exam, HVAC Review and Nate Testing, and the Tutorial and Testing for NAFA’s CAFS Professional Certification. For information on the schedule of these events, visit http://www.flipdocs.com/showbook.aspx?ID=10003542_820129&p=44.
In addition to all of the educational sessions, the 40,000-plus visitors will have the opportunity to sit in on exhibitor presentations of some of the latest HVACR products and technologies in the New Product & Technology Theaters. These free presentations do not require any registration and will take place during all three days of the Show. For more information, go to http://www.flipdocs.com/showbook.aspx?ID=10003542_820129&p=45.
AHR Expo is endorsed by 35 of the leading HVACR industry associations and is co-sponsored by ASHRAE and the Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI). The Heating, Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Institute of Canada (HRAI) is an honorary sponsor. For more information visit the Show’s website at www.ahrexpo.com