Service Strategies for Maintenance Technicians
Cost: $265 Members/$315 Non-Members
**Five (5) Continuing Education Credits (CECs)**
Location: HVACR TRAINING FACILITY | 130-108 COMMERCE PKWY |GARNER, NC
The responsibilities of servicing an HVAC unit demands a skilled and yet knowledgeable maintenance/service technician. This individual must be able to interpret the manufacturer specifications, perform and understand a series of air, electrical and refrigerant measurements, while dealing with a resident (s) who may be in an elevated emotional state regarding the breakdown of their system. All of this must be done without missing the “clues” that any given service call may present. This session will provide participants with hands-on experience, knowledge and strategies for success, when one may not yet have confidence or technical skills in this area. Participants will walk away with a proven step‐by‐step process that can be applied to every indoor comfort complaint.
Instruction will include:
- Identifying Application Problems Early
- Using OEM Charts and Specifications
- Airflow Measurement Using Heat Rise Method
- Refrigerant Circuit Testing for Charge, Load or Flow Problems
- Reversing Valve and Compressor Checks
- Electrical Tests for typical “No‐go” Complaints
About Your Instructor, David Cameron
David Cameron, CM, RSES, is the owner of HVACR Training, LLC. Mr. Cameron has provided on-site - hands-on training courses/seminars in the Southeast region since April 2014. During his years as an Independent Skills Instructor and Field Technical Representative, he trained hundreds of HVAC personnel on subjects ranging from equipment installation and diagnostics to comfort system design.
David is certified by (NATE) North American Technician Excellence in eight specialties, including Senior HVAC Efficiency Analyst. He is 20-year Certificate Member of Refrigeration Service Engineers Society and a proctor for the CFC certification exam. David holds certifications in electrical and Advanced Level Technician credentials from the North Carolina Heat Pump Skills Center.