Spring Technical Training

Spring Technical Training
CE 10 years

Spring Training Catalog

March- May 2020

Class Coordinator Contacts: 

Susan Towler @ Susan.towler@carrierenterprise.com

Maggie Johns @ Maggie.johns@carrierenterprise.com

Josh Goodman @ Josh.goodman@carrierenterprise.com

Course Information

Infinity Greenspeed / Evolution Variable Speed Systems

We will cover installation of the outdoor unit, indoor unit, and User Interface. We will discuss features and functions of the system and how to ensure proper airflow and understand the critical charging of these systems. We will cover troubleshooting error codes and steps in determining the source of the error code.

This class is designed for installation and service personnel.

This class is one of the requirements for dealers to purchase Carrier and Bryant Variable Speed products. 

Course Outline: 

  • 18/19 VS Installation
  • Greenspeed / Extreme, 18/19 VS Set Up and Operation
  • FE / FV Fan coil Setup and Operation
  • User Interface Startup / Using it as a service tool
  • Troubleshooting Codes Explained 
  • Troubleshooting Procedures 
  • Tools Necessary for Troubleshooting

The class is scheduled for 8 hours.
8am until 4pm

Attendies passing the test at the end of the class will be eligible for 8 hrs continuing education NATE Hours and Distributor training hours.

NATE Class ID 6114-0018 Cost $150.00

DateBranch Location DateBranch Location
March 3, 2020 FullSterling VAMarch 25, 2020Roanoke VA
March 4, 2020Sterling VAMarch 26, 2020Charleston WV
March 10, 2020
Full
Hanover MDApril 22, 2020Virtual (8am-1pm)
March 11, 2020Hanover MD
March 12, 2020Richmond VA
March 5, 2020Chesapeake VA
Class Size is limited based on location and training content

Course Information:

Carrier/Bryant Zoning and Duct Diagnostics 

We will cover the different types of zoning. What zoning can and cannot do. Installation, setup and operation of the Infinity zoning system. We will discuss bypass dampers and its effects on system operation. We will discuss duct diagnostics. What should you set your ductulator on when sizing duct? 

This class is designed for installation and service personnel.

Course Outline: 

  • Zoning application
  • Infinity Zoning Set Up
  • Infinity Zoning Sequence of Operation
  • Troubleshooting Codes  
  • Troubleshooting Procedures
  • Duct Diagnostics 
  • Tools Necessary for Troubleshooting 

The class is scheduled for 8 hours.
8am until 4pm

Attendees passing the test at the end of the class will be eligible for 8 hrs continuing education NATE Hours and Distributor training hours.

NATE Class ID 6114-0020 Cost $150.00

DateBranch Location DateBranch Location
April 7, 2020Sterling VAMay 6, 2010Roanoke VA
April 8, 2020 Hanover MDMay 7, 2020Charleston WV
April 6, 2020Richmond VAApril 23, 2020Virtual (8am-1pm)
March 23, 2020Chesapeake VA
Class Size is limited based on location and training content

Course Information

Duct Free Systems


We will cover installation, operation and troubleshooting of the Carrier/Bryant duct free systems. We will discuss features and functions of each model and how to set it up properly. We will cover troubleshooting error codes and proper steps in determining the source of the error code.

This class is designed for installation and service personnel.

Course Outline:

  • Duct Free single and Multi-head Installation
  • Duct Free Set Up
  • Sequence of Operation
  • Troubleshooting Codes Explained
  • Troubleshooting Procedures
  • Tools Necessary for Troubleshooting

The class is scheduled for 4 hours.
8am until 12pm


Attendees passing the test at the end of the class will be eligible for 4 hrs continuing education NATE Hours and Distributor training hours.

NATE Class ID 6114-0003 Cost $75.00

DateBranch Location DateBranch Location
March 18, 2020Sterling VAApril 20, 2010Roanoke VA
March 19, 2020 Hanover MDApril 21, 2020Charleston WV
March 17, 2020Richmond VAApril 30 , 2020Virtual (8am-12pm)
March 16, 2020Chesapeake VA
Class Size is limited based on location and training content

The Duct Free Systems (8am-12pm) and Residential Airflow Charging and Startup (1pm-5pm) Courses will be held the same day in Roanoke and Charleston West Virginia. Duct Free in the morning and Residential Airflow in the afternoon.


Course Information

Residential Airflow Charging and Start up

Airflow is one of the most important factors to system performance, charging, and system capacity with todays advanced systems.  Using the industry’s “Best practices” and proper startup techniques are paramount to ensure the comfort, capacity and reliability of the system performance to be delivered to the homeowner. This training will teach you how to measure and calculate airflow, once verified we will discuss system charging and understanding superheat and subcooling. We will then learn how to use this information to calculate the system performance.

This class is designed for installation and service personnel.

Course Outline:

  • Installation best practices
  • Basic airflow measurement for heat pumps and gas furnaces
  • Refrigerant cycle, sub-cooling / super heat
  • System performance and capacity
  • Tools Necessary for Installation and Start up

The class is scheduled for 4 hours.
8am until 12pm


Attendees passing the test at the end of the class will be eligible for 4 hrs continuing education NATE Hours and Distributor training hours.

NATE Class ID 6114-0019 Cost: $75.00

DateBranch Location DateBranch Location
March 31, 2020 FullSterling VAApril 20, 2010Roanoke VA 1-5pm
May 4, 2020Sterling VAApril 21, 2020Charleston WV
April 1, 2020 Hanover MDApril 9, 2020Virtual (8am-12pm)
March 24, 2020Richmond VA
March 30, 2020Chesapeake VA
Class Size is limited based on location and training content

The Duct Free Systems (8am-12pm) and Residential Airflow Charging and Startup (1pm-5pm) Courses will be held the same day in Roanoke and Charleston West Virginia. Duct Free in the morning and Residential Airflow in the afternoon.


Course Information:


Basic Electricity/Residential Low Voltage

Understanding low voltage wiring and controls is the foundation to troubleshooting electrical issues. This class is designed for the entry level individual with little to no experience in the HVAC industry. We will discuss the basics of electricity and low voltage wiring and controls of a basic system. Covering the components and the purpose of switches, pressure switches and limits in a control circuit. The participants will get hands on experience in creating and wiring a simulated system, plan to work.

This class is designed for installation and service personnel with very little experience

Course Outline:

  • Electrical Safety
  • AC/DC voltage/current
  • Control Components
  • Low voltage wiring
  • Low voltage shorts

The class is scheduled for 8 hours.
8am until 4pm


Attendees passing the test at the end of the class will be eligible for 8 hrs continuing education NATE Hours and Distributor training hours.

NATE class ID 6114-0014 Cost $150.00

Participants need to bring a multi-meter.

DateBranch Location DateBranch Location
April 14, 2020Sterling VAApril 28, 2010Roanoke VA
April 16, 2020 Hanover MDApril 29, 2020Charleston WV
April 2, 2020Richmond VAN/AVirtual
April 13, 2020Chesapeake VA
Class Size is limited based on location and training content

Course Information:

Carrier Open Controls/Zoning Class


This class is an entry to Carrier’s current Open controls product. This one-day class will acquaint the student with the tools and methods required to install and commission Carrier product-integrated controls. These controls include the Carrier RTU Open Controller that can be factory-installed on most rooftop units up to and including 20 Tons, and the VVT/VAV zoning controls. The class will also cover the use of factory-installed programmable Universal Protocol Converters (UPC).

This class is not associated with the Carrier Controls Expert program.

This class is designed for installation and service personnel.


Course Outline:

  • Tools necessary for Installation, Start-up and Service
  • Field- and Factory-Installed RTU Open Controls
  • Zone Sensors
  • Airside Unit Accessories
  • Factory-Installed Universal Protocol Converters (UPC)
  • Zoning Applications
  • Zoning Design and Limitations
  • Zoning Commissioning

The class is scheduled for 8 hours.
8am until 4pm

Cost $150.00


DATELocation
Mar 26thSterling Virginia
Mar 24thHanover Maryland
Mar 18thRichmond Virginia

Course Information:

Light Commercial Rooftop & Splits

This class we will cover the common components that make up the current light commercial line of RTU’s and Split System. In the class will break down the components in details covering operation and trouble shooting. The class will introduce the new Eco Blue Carrier line of RTUs.

This class is designed for installation and service personnel.

Course Outline:

  • CTB Central Terminal Board
  • Defrost Board
  • IGC Board
  • Hall Effect Control
  • Economizer Controls
  • Reheat Control
  • VFD Drives
  • Split System Controls
  • Eco Blue Motor and Controls

NATE class ID 6114-0008 Cost $150.00

Attendees passing the test at the end of the class will be eligible for 8 hrs continuing education NATE Hours and Distributor training hours.

DateBranch Location DateBranch Location
March 24, 2020Sterling VANARoanoke VA
March 26, 2020 Hanover MDNACharleston WV
March 31, 2020Richmond VAN/AVirtual
NAChesapeake VA
Class Size is limited based on location and training content