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ASHRAE Learning Institute Announces 2020 Fall Online Course Series

ATLANTA (August 21, 2020) – ASHRAE Learning Institute (ALI) has opened registration for its 2020 Fall Online Instructor-led Course Series. The series which begins on September 10 and concludes on December 15, features 18 new or updated courses.

“ASHRAE’s online course series successfully engages built environment professional through in-depth, practical instruction on a wide variety of topics,” said Charles E. Gulledge III, P.E. “This course series is structured to expand knowledge and provide professionals with an exceptional level of understanding to address today’s building challenges.”

Evaluating Your HVAC System’s Readiness to Mitigate the Spread of SARS-CoV-2 expounds on the online ASHRAE COVID-19 details for reopening buildings and the Building Readiness Plan for HVAC systems. The course will focus on the re-occupancy of existing buildings through the evaluation of HVAC systems and how they can be altered to improve their ability to mitigate the transmission of a virus, like SARS-CoV-2 that creates the COVID-19 disease and how to potentially future proof them for the next epidemic.

Three-hour short courses are $299 ($224 ASHRAE Member), two-hour courses are $198 ($149 ASHRAE Member) and one-hour courses are $99 ($74 ASHRAE Member).

The following is the full fall online course series schedule:

For more information and to register, please visit ashrae.org/onlinecourses.  

About ASHRAE
Founded in 1894, ASHRAE is a global professional society committed to serve humanity by advancing the arts and sciences of heating ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration and their allied fields.

As an industry leader in research, standards writingpublishingcertification and continuing education, ASHRAE and its members are dedicated to promoting a healthy and sustainable built environment for all, through strategic partnerships with organizations in the HVAC&R community and across related industries.

ASHRAE is celebrating 125 years of shaping the built environment. Become a member of ASHRAE by visiting ashrae.org/join.  

For more information and to stay up-to-date on ASHRAE, visit ashrae.org and connect on LinkedInFacebookTwitter and YouTube.

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