Introduction to Geothermal Systems Technology
Introduction to Geothermal Systems Technology
This course is a comprehensive, high-level overview of what is needed to understand how geothermal heating and cooling can work for a given building. Topics include a geothermal design overview, variations in ground source heat pump ground loop systems, how to choose the right geothermal HVAC system, and evaluating the benefits of geothermal systems.
This course begins with the basics of HVAC and heat transfer, and moves comfortably into the application of geothermal heating and cooling systems of all kinds
Now is the time to become educated on geothermal technologies. Commercially, the forecast for energy efficient commercial HVAC systems revenue is expected to increase from $29.4 billion in 2018 to $61.2 billion in 2027 Spend some time here learning about all of the fascinating benefits that come from geothermal, such as elimination of cooling towers and boilers, simplified design, and unbeatable energy-efficiency. With an overview of the technology, you’ll fully understand the benefits and wide variety of applications.
This training is designed for architects, engineers, building owners, facility managers and students in relevant fields to learn more about geothermal sourced heat pumps & chillers.
Ground source heat pumps & central chiller plants not only provide environmental benefits, but also provide energy bill savings, increased comfort levels and health benefits compared to conventional heating and cooling technologies. The technology replaces existing cooling towers, inefficient electric, oil and gas-fired heating and cooling sources, thereby reducing fresh water consumption & greenhouse gas emissions.
This course is a comprehensive, high-level overview of what is needed to understand how geothermal heating and cooling might work for a given building. Topics include a geothermal design overview, variations in ground source heat pump ground loop systems, how to choose the right geothermal HVAC system, and evaluating the benefits of geothermal systems.
Who should attend?
The trainings are designed for architects, engineers, building owners, facility managers and students in relevant fields to learn more about geothermal heat pumps.
- Geothermal System Design Overview
- Variations Earth Loop Systems
- Choosing the Right Geothermal System Type
- Evaluating the Benefits of Geothermal Systems
- Applications of Geothermal Systems (Case Studies)
- Understand the context and verbiage of the (geothermal) technology
- Identify the importance, adaptability, and benefits of the technology as vital to infrastructure and building construction
- Understand why the technology is important to health, human safety, and imperative industry goals
- Internalize our collective capability and responsibility to make these changes
- Leave with the intent to offer, specify, & apply the technology in every application going forward
The goal of this training is to provide attendees with a high level of confidence in well-designed geothermal HVAC systems, such that they would be comfortable with its implementation in every reasonable situation. A cross-section of different case studies is presented to promote confidence of the attendees in geothermal HVAC technologies.
After you register, you will receive an email from IGSHPA on how to signup the course in 24-48 hours.
Online - Introduction to Geothermal Systems Technology Course
Take a full this course from the comfort of your home or office. You will receive the same top notch education and quality instruction from our trainers as if you were in the classroom. The course is broken into modules where you can take sections of the course three to ten minutes at a time. Register on marketplace today.
New Online - Introduction to Geothermal Systems Technology Courses
Trainer: Jay Egg
Fee: Special Introductory Rate - $199
Suggested Retail Price - $249
Call our office at 800-626-4747
After you register you will be sent a confirmation of registration.
The full tuition fee will be refunded if you cancel your registration at least two (2) weeks prior to the first day of the confirmed workshop. The full fee will be charged if you do not attend and do not cancel the registration at least fourteen (14) daysbefore the workshop. You may designate another individual as your substitute.
Note: All courses are subject to cancellation by IGSHPA. IGSHPA will give all registrants notice in the event of a course cancellation at least 2 weeks prior to the scheduled date. Contact IGSHPA to verify if a course has been cancelled before making any non-refundable travel arrangements.
Last updated: July 16, 2018 11:12