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.
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 training facilities in Greensboro or Morrisville.
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.
Cooling Tower Maintenance
March 12, 2019 2:00 PM
During this webinar we will discuss the various considerations associated with cooling towers. Topics that we will cover include cooling tower types, applications, and maintenance considerations.
VFD Theory and Operation
May 14, 2019 2:00 PM
Ever wonder how a Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) can save you money? In this webinar we are going to answer that question and others, like, how does a VFD work, or can a VFD be installed on an existing mechanical system. We’ll also cover some basic electrical theory and provide some insight into how VFDs will impact the future of the HVAC industry.
Analytics and HVAC: Revolutionizing Equipment Service, Maintenance, and Building Efficiency
August 14, 2019 2:00 PM
Big data is impacting almost every aspect of our lives. During this webinar we’ll examine the way in-which analytics is impacting the HVAC industry. We’ll talk about how smart buildings are changing the way that we provide service and maintenance, and how it enhances building efficiency.
Introduction to VRF Systems
November 5, 2019 2:00 PM
Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) systems are on the rise. This webinar will discuss the benefits of VRF systems, how they work, design applications and limitations, and retrofit opportunities.
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Small Building System Controls
March 13, 2019
11:30 AM- 1:00 PM
Recent innovations provide several options to consider for controls in smaller buildings. This ENL will review different packaged rooftop system configurations (single-zone constant-volume, single-zone VAV, changeover bypass, changeover VAV, and multiple-zone VAV with zone heat) and discuss the advantages and limitations of technology options available to control each system. Finally, we will demonstrate how to specify the controls to best meet the needs of the client. Register to attend in Greensboro, Morrisville, or Wilmington.
Chilled-Water Coil Design for ASHRAE Standard 90.1-2016
August 7, 2019
11:30 AM- 1:00 PM
The 2016 version of ASHRAE Standard 90.1 requires chilled-water cooling coils be selected for at least a 15 degree delta T. This ENL demonstrates the process for selecting coils and control valves to meet this new requirement, illustrates coil configuration impact on part-load performance, and discusses the impact on chiller plant design and operation. Register to attend in Greensboro, Morrisville, or Wilmington.
Air and Waterside Economizing
October 23, 2019
11:30 AM- 1:00 PM
This programs reviews air- and waterside economizing advantages, drawbacks and considerations when using one versus the other. ASHRAE Standards 90.1 requirements and exceptions will also be discussed. Register to attend in Greensboro, Morrisville, or Wilmington.
Design Considerations for Hydronic Heating Systems
November 13, 2019
11:30 AM- 1:00 PM
This program investigates various methods of providing efficient hydronic heating, including the use of heat-recovery chillers, heat pumps and boiler systems. Register to attend in Greensboro, Morrisville, or Wilmington.