Technician Based Education Classes - Have a Suggestion on a Topic? Email

MAY 11TH & 12 TH

Ed Janowiak, ACCA Manager of HVAC Design Education

Ed comes to ACCA with over thirty-five years of HVAC experience, and more than twenty years, of delivering technical topics from his time as the technical director at Eastern Heating and Cooling Council based out of 

Mt. Laurel, New Jersey. Janowiak has over fifteen years of practical experience in the field as a service manager, technician, and 

installer - working at various companies, and as the owner and 

president of Bramante Energy, Inc. 

Join ACCA/CF in Hosting two Incredible training classes from the Air Conditioning Contractors of America on

May 11th & 12th in Central Florida

This course covers the fundamentals of residential heat loss and heat gain calculations and takes the nationally recognized residential load calculation standard and breaks it down in a way that's easy to understand and apply. This program is designed for the HVAC professional who will be using a computer-based program to calculate the heat loss and/or heat gain for residential buildings. This program gives the user all the information necessary to intelligently use a computer-based system. If you are populating fields in your software and you're not 100% sure what you're populating, this is the class for you.

Manual J in a Day

8 am - 4 pm

Non ACCA-members pay: $350  

ACCA Members pay: $300   




1632 N RONALD REAGAN BLVD. L. ONGWOOD, FL 32750.   407.260.2206

AirFlow in Half a Day

8 am - 1 pm

Non ACCA-members pay: $350  

ACCA Members pay: $300

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Airflow Class in a Half Day - 

ACCA’s airflow course lays the foundation for airflow measurement in the field. Before learning how to measure airflow, you must know the target, the design airflow that you’re aiming for. In addition, you’ll learn about various ways to estimate or measure airflow along with a demonstration how to perform the tests. You’ll also about the importance of air velocity and the difference between residential vs commercial applications. If you want to learn the basics to accurately quantify airflow and understand the limitations of various procedures, then this is the class for you.