MORTON GROVE, Illinois, August 5, 2010 – Bell & Gossett, a leader in education for the hydronic heating and plumbing industries, has announced its training course schedule for the fourth quarter of 2010.
The free training seminars are offered at the Bell & Gossett Little Red Schoolhouse Education Center in Morton Grove, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago and are open to engineers, contractors and facility maintenance professionals.
The seminars are tailored to various industry occupations and cover a wide range of important topics. The lead seminar instructor is LEED certified for all programs. Upon completion of the three-day seminars, CEU credits are awarded to graduates.
The 4th quarter Schoolhouse seminars include:
• Modern Hydronics Basic Seminar October 4-6
• Steam System Operation & Maintenance October 11-13
• Design & Application Seminar November 1-3
• Large Chilled Water Design Seminar November 15-17
• Steam System Design & Application December 6-8
• Modern Hydronics Advanced Seminar December 13-15
The Bell & Gossett Little Red Schoolhouse Education Center is located just outside of Chicago, convenient to O’Hare Airport and major highways. Students who attend the Schoolhouse seminars are just minutes away from all that Chicago has to offer, including sporting events, restaurants, shows, shopping, and many other attractions.
For complete descriptions and enrollment information for the Little Red Schoolhouse educational seminars, visit http://schoolhouse.itt.com. Seminar reservations must be made through Bell & Gossett Representatives. For a complete list of local Representatives, including contact names and phone numbers, visit www.bellgossett.com.
Since 1954, more than 55,000 engineers, contractors and installers have been trained in the Little Red Schoolhouse’s fully equipped learning center, while another 135,000 professionals have received training through B&G’s ‘traveling classroom program.’ Graduates of the Little Red Schoolhouse can be found in every state in the U.S. as well as Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Latin America, and Australia.