Samsung HVAC will offer five training courses for those seeking recertification

Samsung HVAC will offer five training courses for those seeking recertification

NATE is the nation's largest non-profit certification organization for heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration Technicians renew NATE certification every two years, with proof of attending at least 16 hours of relevant technical HVACR training

ROANOKE, TX — Samsung HVAC has announced that five of its training courses have been approved by North American Technician Excellence (NATE) for its Recognized Training Provider (RTP) program. NATE is the nation's largest non-profit certification organization for heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration for HVACR technicians.

By passing nationally recognized tests and becoming NATE-certified, a technician verifies that they possess the skills and knowledge to perform at the highest industry standards. Since the HVACR industry does not require technicians to take mandatory competency tests, many of today's consumers hire contractors with NATE-certified technicians to ensure they are working with qualified professionals. Technicians renew NATE certification every two years, with proof of attending at least 16 hours of relevant technical HVACR training.

"We are pleased to be recognized by NATE as a Recognized Training Provider and look forward to offering sessions for those interested in earning certification," stated Kenneth Myers, National Service Manager of Samsung HVAC.

"Training is key to the future of the HVACR workforce and we are pleased to welcome Samsung HVAC to the NATE Recognized Training Provider program and wish them success moving forward," said John Lanier, NATE COO.

Please visit the Samsung HVAC Training University website to register for training.

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