Continuing Education

The following continuing education courses are approved by United States Green Building Council (USGBC) for LEED credentialing maintenance and American Institute of Architects (AIA) for sustainable design (SD) and health, safety and welfare (HSW) to help design professionals make sound decisions that meet or exceed the technical requirements of a green building. All courses are available at no charge to demonstrate our commitment to sustainability through sound HVAC design principles. These courses may also qualify for state-licensed professional continuing education. Please check with your local state board to find out if these courses meet local requirements.

Once you have viewed the online course, please take the required assessment quiz. When you have successfully submitted your quiz, Trane will award you with a certificate of completion which provides the information required to self-report credit using the GBCI online form. AIA professionals need to provide your AIA member number. Trane will submit your member information to AIA.    

General

Single-Zone VAV Systems

1.5 hours | General - Single-Zone VAV Systems

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VSDs and Their Effects on System Components

1.5 CE hours | General - How VSDs affect the performance of pumps, cooling‐tower fans, air‐handler fans, and chillers, and discusses the differences in VSD control in each of these applications.

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Ice Storage Design and Application

1.5 hours | General - Ice Storage Design and Application

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Upgrading Existing Chilled-Water Systems

1.5 hours | General - Upgrading Existing Chilled-Water Systems

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Energy-Saving Strategies for Rooftop VAV Systems

1.5 hours | General - Synergistic Opportunities and LEED Application Process

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Dedicated Outdoor Air Equipment

1.5 | General - Dedicated Outdoor Air Equipment

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Energy-Saving Strategies for Water-Source and Ground-Source Heat Pump Systems

1.5 hours | General - Energy-Saving Strategies for Water-Source and Ground-Source Heat Pump Systems

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Energy-Saving Opportunities for LEED® and EPAct

1.5 | General - An overview of the major changes in LEED 2009 with regard to harmonization, redistribution of credits, regional credit, and certification for LEED Accredited Professionals

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Air-to-Air Energy Recovery

1.5 hours | General - Project Systems and Energy Impacts

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Central Geothermal System Design and Control

1.5 | General - Central Geothermal System Design and Control

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High-Performance Green Buildings: The Impact of ASHRAE Standard 189.1-2011

1.5 | General - ASHRAE Standard 189.1

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Air-Handling Systems, Energy and IAQ

1.5 hours | General - Air-Handling Systems, Energy and IAQ

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High-Performance VAV Systems

1.5 hours | General - High-Performance VAV Systems

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LEED Specific

LEED 2009 Modeling and Energy Savings

1.5 hours | LEED Specific - LEED 2009 Modeling and Energy Analysis

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LEED-Specific

ASHRAE Standards 62.1 and 90.1 and VAV Systems

1.5 hours | LEED-Specific - Complying with the requirements of Standard 62.1 and Standard 90.1 when using traditional VAV systems

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ASHRAE Standard 90.1-2010

1.5 hours | LEED-Specific - Insights on the new requirements and implementation of ASHRAE Standard 90.1-2010

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LEED-specific

ASHRAE Standard 62.1

2.0 hours | LEED-specific - ASHRAE Standard 62.1-2010

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General

Fans in Air-Handling Systems

1.5 | General - Application of fans in air-handling systems

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