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A new program release by Reliable Controls, is aimed at Increasing an operator’s technical knowledge that will help them to increase occupant comfort, save energy, and reduce maintenance costs in buildings under their control.

The Operator Certification program consists of three components: an enrollment component, an online component, which includes multiple levels of short online videos capped off by an advanced classroom course component. To complete online levels one through four, students simply view a series of videos, then complete a short online exam. After completing each level, students can print out a certificate to confirm their achievement. Level five is achieved by attending the Advanced Operator Training classroom course.

Using the ASHRAE standard BACnet protocol, the fully programmable, peer-to-peer building controls and software are designed and manufactured in-house and shipped with an industry-recognized, five-year warranty.

The main purpose of the new program is to help building operators learn how to get more value from their Reliable Controls MACH-System installations. Increasing an operator’s technical knowledge will help them to increase occupant comfort, save energy, and reduce maintenance costs in buildings under their control.

Following the successful completion of a month-long Beta test, the Operator Certification program has been released.

Learn more about Reliable Controls training: http://www.reliablecontrols.com/support/training/

 

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