Just as instructors’ professional development needs vary, so does their availability for training. To provide flexibility in selecting classes, the sessions listed each day will be available for the entire day, as well as for an additional 120 days after the conclusion of the conference. This flexibility allows conference participants to watch the 50-minute sessions in any order, as many times as they wish.

Upon completion of a session, attendees will be prompted to download a continuing education certificate, which they can print or file electronically.

Please note that all sessions will be available for viewing by 7 a.m. eastern

Monday, March 15
Event Time Location Presenter
Air treatment with a focus on fresh air considerations: Part 1 All day Online Jamie Kitchen
Best practices for electrical troubleshooting instruction All day Online Tony Gonzalez
Blended learning All day Online Carter Stanfield
ECM: constant torque vs. constant airflow All day Online Christopher Mohalley
Follow the heat (TM) All day Online Gary Xavier
Getting refrigerant retrofits right the first time All day Online Jamey Hale
Mini split aftermarket products All day Online Michael Emerick
Simplifying HVAC electrical controls and circuit training All day Online Nick Goode
Robert Robertson
Caroline Dickey
Tuesday, March 16
Event Time Location Presenter
Air treatment with a focus on fresh air considerations: Part 2 All day Online Jamie Kitchen
Understanding compressors in the classroom All day Online Trevor Matthews
Condensate management All day Online Jerry Myren
How to do multi-camera Zoom training All day Online Mark Weber, M.Ed.
Ignite your training All day Online Angie Snow
Learn how easy it can be to teach residential heat pumps All day Online Nick Goode
Robert Robertson
Caroline Dickey
Making a refrigerant: a behind the scenes look All day Online Charles Allgood, Ph.D.
Mini split maintenance best practices All day Online Mike Hardy
Troubleshooting variable air volume (VAV) systems All day Online Ron Auvil
Wednesday, March 17
Event Time Location Presenter
ComfortBridge™ bluetooth technology / CoolCloud™ HVAC application All day Online Curtis Pingel
Flame tools safety and brazing techniques All day Online Matt Foster
Go with the flow: airflow 2020 All day Online Bill Spohn
How to teach in a blended environment All day Online Kent Powell
Indoor air-virus relationship Part 1 All day Online Jack Duffy
Mini Splits Part 1: basic principles of mini split heat pump operation and energy use All day Online Darrin Kramer
You've never taught refrigeration theory like this before! All day Online Matthew Trotter
Ten traits of highly effective instructors All day Online Michael Lanouette Ph.D.
Thursday, March 18
Event Time Location Presenter
CO sensing: not all CO detectors are created equally All day Online Bob Dwyer, CSME
Peter Aleskus Jr
Demystifying the thermostatic expansion valve All day Online Jim Jansen
Fluorescent leak detection and system additives for AC&R systems All day Online Matt Cowley
HVACR trainers ensure repeatability in the lab All day Online James Gibson
Indoor air-virus relationship Part 2 All day Online Jack Duffy
Introducing the healthy housing principles: Part 1 All day Online Joe Medosch
Kevin Kennedy
Larry Zarker
Mini Splits Part 2: ACCA industry manuals, using manual J load calculations, system sizing and specifications All day Online Darrin Kramer
Surviving and thriving in a Covid-19 world All day Online Carter Stanfield
Coleman Simmons
Friday, March 19
Event Time Location Presenter
Commercial boilers and accessories All day Online Ron Auvil
Giving your students the best opportunity All day Online Wayne Turchetta
Introducing the healthy housing principles: Part 2 All day Online Joe Medosch
Kevin Kennedy
Larry Zarker
Making PowerPoints work for you All day Online Irene Wirz
Mini Splits Part 3: System design options and considerations All day Online Darrin Kramer
On the road to refrigerant recovery All day Online Tony Gonzalez
Learn How to Effectively Teach HVAC Skills Online All day Online Scott Chrysler
Vanessa Myers
Saturday, March 20
Event Time Location Presenter
Teaching carbon monoxide is a matter of life and death All day Online Bob Dwyer, CSME
Teaching don'ts All day Online Michael Lanouette Ph.D.
Effective ways to teach low-temperature refrigeration All day Online Bill Northrup
Teaching the latest approaches for residential air balancing All day Online Steve Rogers
The art of performance brazing All day Online Donald (DJ) Berger
The compressor failed, but how did it die? All day Online Matthew Trotter
Wireless instruments: changing the face of learning All day Online Tony Gonzalez
Modern tools for HVAC fabrication that improve ductwork quality and excites students All day Online John Martincic
Monday, March 22
Event Time Location Presenter
Getting your students interested in residential HVAC design All day Online Russell King
Indoor air quality basics All day Online Bill Spohn
Maintaining a balancing act: fluid balancing in plumbing & hydronic heating and chilled water systems All day Online Bob Rohr
Mini Splits Part 4: Thermostats and controls, best practice design examples All day Online Darrin Kramer
Put some HEAT into your training program All day Online Gary Xavier
R-290 is not a new refrigerant! All day Online Patrick Murphy
Scroll compressor technology with modulation: Part 1 All day Online Don Gillis
Test instruments, practical test equipment usage All day Online Louise Kellar
Take a look behind the curtain of HVAC system troubleshooting All day Online Sean Silvey
Tuesday, March 23
Event Time Location Presenter
Indoor air quality in commercial buildings All day Online Ron Auvil
Scroll compressor technology with modulation: Part 2 All day Online Don Gillis
Soft skills instructional design for the classroom: Part 1 All day Online Steve Coscia
Residential and commercial mini-split heat pump applications All day Online Nick Goode
Robert Robertson
Caroline Dickey
Teaching troubleshooting tactics All day Online Gary Xavier
The five W's answered regarding A2L refrigerants All day Online Jeff Warther
Zoning: the next big thing in HVAC, make certain your students are prepared for it! All day Online Richard Foster
Wednesday, March 24
Event Time Location Presenter
Programmatic accreditation All day Online James Crisp Ph.D.
Recruitment and industry outreach All day Online Laura Ceja
Soft skills instructional design for the classroom: Part 2 All day Online Steve Coscia
Steps to improve indoor air quality All day Online Brendan Barash
System evacuation the right way! All day Online Tony Gonzalez
The safer alternative to brazing: an introduction to HVAC/R press fittings All day Online Tony LaGrotta
Tomorrow's HVACR technology today All day Online Jason Venneman
Walking it backwards: Part 1 All day Online Edward Janowiak
Thursday, March 25
Event Time Location Presenter
Building automation systems (BAS) training made easy All day Online Jon Vietti
Matt Dobson
Caroline Dickey
Teaching strategies that work All day Online Laura Alfano
Teaching the latest approaches for measuring residential air handler flow All day Online Steve Rogers
Walking it backwards: Part 2 All day Online Edward Janowiak
Working with refrigerant blends All day Online Ralph Vergara
Visualizing superheat and subcooling for troubleshooting: Part 1 All day Online Rick Blank
Vacuum pumps and tools All day Online Bryan Schwartz
Andrew Greaves
Refrigerant leak detection in today's HVACR industry All day Online Sean Silvey
Friday, March 26
Event Time Location Presenter
System troubleshooting and service: better and faster than ever All day Online Tony Gonzalez
The ABCs of BAS: starting a building automation systems program All day Online Brian Lovell
Larry Chang
Robert Nirenberg
The virtual classroom - conducting hands on training remotely All day Online Clifton Beck
Transitioning from comfort cooling to refrigeration: not as easy as one might think All day Online Bryan Orr
Visualizing superheat and subcooling for troubleshooting: Part 2 All day Online Rick Blank
Using text messages to increase communication during student lifecycle All day Online David Goodwin

Schedule and sessions subject to change.