This course is targeted towards salespersons, technicians, designers, operators, consulting engineers, and project managers who have at least 6 months of experience with BAS systems or have been through our BAS fundamentals course.
Fundamental awareness of the parts and pieces of BAS.
This course will solve the issue of finding building automation professionals that understand HVAC and "systems thinking". This course will teach what a building professional needs to know about HVAC systems and how to control HVAC systems. Some of these courses key topics are:
Completion of all video lessons and successfully passing the course final exam with a score of 90% or greater. Upon successful completion you will receive a certificate of completion with your name and you will be added into the BAM database.
The class is online and self-paced. As soon as you enroll you will have life long access.
All of our videos are available on our course website which is supported by the best-in-class online training platform Thinkific. You will be able to watch the course videos online or download the course videos/audio to consume the content offline.
No, as soon as the course opens you will have full access to all of the modules. There will be a series of e-mails we send out with suggested timelines but if you want to consume the entire course over a couple of days you are more than welcome to do so.
I feel really good about using this course because you can complete it on your own time. and being in controls we're traveling all the time so trying to get us in a classroom setting is very difficult. I've actually gone thru controls courses at MATC and I feel that your method of teaching was great and even better than being in a classroom setting.
Great course for someone like me this has very little experience with how these systems work. I really like the whiteboard and mapping out the sequences so I can visualize what's happening. Your explaining the processes of all these different systems, how they are controlled, and how they come together has given me some confidence that I now will have at least a general idea of what I'm dealing with when in the field. Thanks!