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Stand out with ASSE 19210 Hydronic Heating/Cooling Installers Certification Training

You are a seasoned veteran of installing and maintaining hydronic-based heating and cooling systems.

Take your skills to the next level and demonstrate your worth to clients and employers.

RPA training to ASSE 19210 shows that your knowledge of industry best practices, state of the art installation techniques, and compliance with applicable codes and standards has been tested and certified – helping you stand out in a competitive market.

Let the RPA help take you, or your hydronics business, to the next level. Increase the skills, expertise, credibility, and marketability for you and/or your business by getting certified to the ASSE 19210, Hydronics Heating and Cooling Installer Professional Qualification Standard, through this comprehensive program.

During this 24-hour program, participants will be provided with the necessary training and examination for certification as Hydronic Heating and Cooling Installers. The program consists of 24 hours of training, culminating in a 100 question examination.

During the training portion of the program, participants will learn about hydronic heating and cooling systems – starting with concepts and definitions, and moving into system components and their proper installation, radiant systems, tubing, code requirements, system commissioning, documentation and more.

Sign up now to get trained and certified. Stand out.

Michigan class to be held at Legend Valve in Auburn Hills October 24 – 26, 2017

Recommended Industry Practices Regarding Open Potable Water Combination Heating Systems (Compliments of PPI)