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Morton Grove, Ill. — March 10, 2016 — Earn credits toward green building certification through Xylem’s industry-leading training at its Bell & Gossett Little Red Schoolhouse (LRSH). Second-quarter classes are geared toward engineers, contractors, and installers in the commercial plumbing and hydronic heating and cooling industries.
The LRSH’s one-of-a-kind, systems-based training approach provides industry professionals with hands-on training and holistic solutions to customers in the HVAC industry.
The in-person courses deliver knowledge on the latest advancements in centrifugal pumps and HVAC system design, and qualify for industry credentialing requirements. Since 1954, the state-of-the-art learning center has trained more than 60,000 professionals in the proper design, installation, and maintenance of hydronic and steam systems.
“As B&G marks its centennial in 2016 and looks ahead to the next century, it will continue offering world-class training to the HVAC industry,” said Larry Konopacz, manager, training and education, Xylem.
Here is the remaining Little Red Schoolhouse second-quarter schedule:
• Modern Hydronic Heating Systems Advanced Seminar, April 11-13
• Design & Application of Water Based HVAC Systems Seminar, April 25-27
• Service & Maintenance of Water Based HVAC Systems Seminar, May 16-18
• Modern Hydronic Heating Systems Basic Seminar, May 23-25
• Design & Application of Water Based HVAC Systems Seminar, June 6-8
• Large Chilled Water System Design Seminar, June 13-15
All but the third seminar in the list are approved by GBCI to provide credit toward the credential maintenance requirements of the LEED Associate and LEED AP certifications.
Bell & Gossett’s commitment to education reaches a global audience through its virtual curriculum. The Online Little Red Schoolhousetraining and educational program begins with introductory courses on centrifugal pump fundamentals and piping systems.
Twenty-two self-paced modules are intended to complement the more in-depth, hands-on experience that students receive during the in-person courses, including a recently launched course focused on waterside economization where students can learn design fundamentals and how the 90.1 Energy Standard applies to waterside economization systems.
For continuing education credit information, seminar descriptions, representative information, and enrollment, visit www.bellgossett.com/training-education.