NAOHSM (National Association of Oilheating Service Managers) recently announced that it will hold its 57th Annual Convention & Trade Show from May 23-27, 2010 in Providence, RI. "As with all NAOHSM annual events, a theme is carried throughout," says Judy Garber, Executive Administrator of NAOHSM. "This year’s theme will be Superheroes of Service - a tribute to the men and women that make our industry shine." NAOHSM invites professionals of various trades, including plumbing, HVAC, and chimney services, to join them for a full array of education, fun, and networking.
In keeping with their mission of education, NAOHSM will offer technical and managerial classes from Monday to Wednesday. Monday will be dedicated to managers and owners, featuring a one-day PowerPoint class for those in the Train-the-Trainer program and another class just for managers. Tuesday and Wednesday will feature a broad range of technical classes covering solar, condensing technology, resets, new technologies, ECM technology, air flow, and more. NAOHSM will also give attendees an in-depth look at the business opportunities available with propane and energy audits. Thanks to NAOHSM sponsors and their commitment to education, all classes are free of charge.
NAOHSM has recruited some of the top speakers in the industry for this annual event, including Dan Holohan (HeatingHelp.com), John Barba (Taco), Dave Yates (Contractor) Jodi Samuels (Viessmann), Chris Mohalley (Certified Master ECM Trainer), John Levey (Oilheat Associates), and more.
Credits for certification programs, such as NORA (National Oilheat Research Alliance) and NATE (North American Technician Excellence), will be available to those who attend these technical classes.
Hotel rooms are available at The Westin Providence in the heart of Rhode Island and conveniently attached to both the Convention Center and Providence Place Mall. For one rate, convention attendees can book a room, enjoy breakfast, and attend evening events. For continual news and registration information visit www.naohsm.org. For further details regarding exhibiting or attending this free event, contact Judy Garber at 888/552-0900.