157 Troubleshooting DDC Systems & Components Course

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157 Troubleshooting DDC Systems & Components Course

(21 hours/ 60 days) Advanced
Written by Ron Auvil

Delivery: LIVE ONLINE Direct Instruction - Seven meetings (via phone and internet connection) to be scheduled.

Tap into the experience of a Pro! This LIVE class is designed for advanced level technicians who want to learn and enhance their BAS/DDC Troubleshooting skills. Dozens of In-depth multiple field troubleshooting scenarios are covered in detail in a ‘ride-along in the service van’ format. All scenarios are derived from actual service calls. Upon completion of this course the technician will have covered a minimum 75% of the most common service calls on BAS/DDC. Videos and hands-on access to a control system will be used to enhance the learning experience as well!

Prerequisite: Successful completion of BAS Program 153-156 or Equivalent Field experience.

Required Text: HVAC Control Systems’ by Ronnie J Auvil 3rd Edition. This course is NATE recognized for 21 hours of continuing education (CEHs) which are applicable to NATE re-certification.

The modules are identified below:

  • Troubleshooting Tools & Safety; Overview of ‘Typical’ DDC System Today
  • Input Troubleshooting with Multiple, Typical Field Scenarios
  • Output Troubleshooting with Multiple, Typical Field Scenarios
  • Field Controller Level Troubleshooting Part 1
  • Field Controller Level Troubleshooting Part 2 with Multiple, Typical Field Scenarios
  • Basic Web-Based Control Systems Troubleshooting Part 1
  • Web-Based Control Systems Troubleshooting Part 2 with Multiple, Typical, Field Scenarios

About The Instructor: Ron Auvil is a Staff Instructor for HVACRedu.net. He has 38 years of HVAC and Controls Experience. This includes 35 years teaching experience. He has worked as a senior controls technician for Johnson Controls. He has also taught HVAC controls classes across the United States for Johnson Controls, Honeywell, and others. He has written the definitive textbook on pneumatic and DDC control systems ‘HVAC Control Systems’ 3rd Edition, from American Technical Publishers.

Each course purchase allows 60 days enrollment to complete. Must obtain a 75% or higher to obtain CEU recognition. Course provides you with a Subject Matter Expert (mentor) to assist with questions and all course materials for the duration of the course.