Heating Systems Training in Spanish

 

ANHD & AEA introduce trainings in Spanish:

 Fundamentos Básicos en los Sistemas de Calefacción De Vapor y de Agua Caliente 

The Basics of Green Steam & Hydronic Heating

6 Dias * Clases en Español*

 Martes – Jueves  1 a 5pm por 2 semanas

Enero 7, 8, 9, 14, 15 & 16, 2014

A comprehensive series of 6 classes with hands-on training

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heatingThis series of six half-day classes in SPANISH sponsored by AEA & ANHD covers the operation, maintenance and opportunities for efficiency improvements in steam and hydronic heating systems that result in immediate benefits and real cost savings.  Segments  are held in AEA’s state-of-the-art heating and cooling lab to give students hands-on training with common building systems, taught by industry-leading instructors. Ideal for  property managers, building superintendents, operations and maintenance staff, and residents.

  • Prevent costly maintenance problems
  • Resolve tenant complaints
  • Run efficient, green buildings
  • Identify and describe various steam and hydronic heating plants
  • Identify and mitigate health and safety issues
  • Eliminate energy and water waste
  • Identify energy saving upgrades

 Six half-day classes – special fee for ANHD members & friends:

$350 for entire series  – registration required

State-of-the-art laboratory for hands-on training at Association for Energy Affordability (AEA)

Classes held at:

Association for Energy Affordability, Inc.

105 Bruckner Blvd., Bronx, New York 10454

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AEA:   718-292-6733 x 8023

ANHD: 212-747-1117 x 0

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