Training is key to personal and professional growth. At Brady, we offer core classes and customized training to meet your needs, as well as webinars and online learning opportunities.
It is our goal to develop emerging leaders and to keep them knowledgeable of information coming from the ever-changing HVAC industry. Our world-class training program offers the best content and training available. Brady instructors continuously work to maintain a curriculum that is current and meaningful.
Customized On-Site Training
Our on-site training programs are designed to assist you in achieving specific training goals at your facility and on your equipment. Whether you need a course on the fundamentals of air-conditioning or equipment specific training, our specialists work closely with you to provide training solutions customized to meet your requirements.
We offer training on virtually any HVAC system or equipment, regardless of manufacturer. Our staff will work with you to develop a training program to fit the needs of you and your staff. Then our qualified instructors will come on-site and conduct a blended model of classroom and hands-on training.
The list below is designed to illustrate some of the course we offer, however, we can customize our training program to fit almost any need. Some of the topics we offer include:
- Boiler Operator Training: This course focuses on boiler systems, fittings, accessories, feed water systems, combustion equipment, combustion controls, instrumentation, water treatment, and boiler operation.
- Centrifugal Chiller Training: This industrial equipment course will focus on components, the refrigeration cycle, operation, maintenance, chiller logging, and basic troubleshooting.
- Rotary Chiller Training: This equipment training course focuses on system components, refrigeration cycle, capacity control, maintenance considerations, and application standards.
- Basic AC Training: This course covers fundamental concepts to HVAC including the refrigeration cycle, psychometrics, system sizing and a short introduction to building automation.
- Rooftop Unit Operator and Maintenance Training: This training course focuses on the refrigeration cycle, configurations, applications, maintenance requirements, and general troubleshooting practices.
- Tracer Ensemble and Tracer SC Controls Training: Our controls classes offer instructor guided training for: user management, status and overrides, working with schedules, alarm logging, and data logging.
Hosted Training Classes
Brady recognizes your commitment to continuing education by providing a broad range of classes pertaining to the most current industry trends. These classes are offered in any one of our three training facilities in Greensboro or Morrisville. Look for the fall 2018 schedule to be posted this summer.
Introduction to Load Design
May 17, 2018, 2:00 PM
This webinar is designed to introduce attendees to the principles of commercial load design. Topics include the elements of comfort, cooling load estimates, and psychrometric analysis. Upon completion of the seminar attendees will be able to: identify the elements of human comfort, identify the loads associated with a commercial building, and apply psychrometric analysis to equipment selection.
Basics of Building Automation
August 9, 2018 2:00 PM
This webinar is designed to introduce attendees to the basic concepts of building automation. Topics include history, fundamentals, control, automatic control descriptions, building automation descriptions, and networking. Upon completion attendees will be able to describe the basics of building automation systems.
Intro to VRF Technology
November 8, 2018 2:00 PM
This webinar is designed to introduce students to mini-split technology. Topics include a focus on the technology used, an equipment overview, applications, installation and startup requirements, and an operational overview. Upon completion, attendees will be able to identify the equipment types, explain how they operate, and what’s required to install and startup the equipment.
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Controls Communication Technologies
May 16, 2018 11:30 AM- 1:00 PM
Recent innovations in the industry have made open, standard communication protocols that deliver flexible, interoperable control systems more prevalent today. This ENL will review various communication protocols (using both wired and wireless technologies), discuss where each best applies, and describe ways to ensure the expectations of the owner are met.
Demand Controlled Ventilation
October 31, 2018 11:30 AM- 1:00 PM
The mobility of a building’s occupants poses a ventilation challenge: To bring enough outdoor air into the building to help ensure good indoor air quality without wasting energy by bringing in (and conditioning) too much. This ENL will discuss various methods used to vary outdoor airflow based on actual demand. It also review the related requirements for compliance with ASHRAE Standards 62.1 and 90.1.