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Nebraska Energy Code Training Workshop

As part of the Nebraska Energy Office's commitment to provide on-going energy building codes training for the compliance, construction and design industries in Nebraska, this no-cost training is being offered to members of Nebraska’s construction and design industry.

A home’s HVAC System not only consumes huge amounts of the home’s total energy budget, but also impacts the comfort and well-being of the occupants more than any other system in the home.

Both the 2009 and the 2012 IECC require that heating and cooling equipment be appropriately sized in accordance with ACCA Manual S on building load calculated in accordance with ACCA Manual J or other approved heating and cooling calculation methodologies. Since 2009, the IRC and IECC have required room-by-room ACCA Manual J calculations and the use of ACCA Manual S for sizing equipment, and is part of the permit, inspection and compliance process.
Topics covered include:

Full Day Session
Seating is LIMITED.

   Heating & Air Conditioning Design — The Missing Ingredient in Most Homes
Manual J For residential builders, heating and air-conditioning contractors, architects, code officials, distributors, dealers, HVAC installers and anyone responsible for selection and design of forced air heating and cooling systems for residential and small commercial buildings. The course is designed to teach (HVAC) building professionals how to perform heating and cooling load calculations, equipment selection and forced air constant volume rigid duct systems as the basis of design. Credits for 6.0 AIA HSW/SD LUs, 3.75 BPI CEUs, 6.0 GBCI CE Hours, 6.0 NATE Class Hours and 0.6 CEU Hours toward ICC Certification Renewal.
Registration begins at 7:30 AM.
June 9, 2016,
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Location: Southeast Community College, 301 South 68th Place, Lincoln, NE 68510

If you need additional information or have questions, please contact Lynn Chamberlin, 402-471-3358 or Danielle Jensen, 402-471-3360
The cost of these trainings is being underwritten by the U.S. Department of Energy.

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