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This Week From Trane: Week of October 31, 2022

November 04, 2022

Through our people, passion, and purpose, we create comfortable and energy-efficient environments around the world.  Tap into the minds of Trane thought leaders in our weekly blog round-up that connects you with the latest industry insights, innovations, and inspiration on optimizing indoor environments across an array of markets we serve. 



Trane’s Graduate Training Program: HVAC Bootcamp

Trane’s Graduate Training Program (GTP) has a certain mystique – internally at Trane and throughout the HVAC industry. The 20-week class covers everything from basic physics to sales to professional practice and is designed to give recent college graduates an extra knowledge base before they go into the field. Learn more about Trane's GTP program and hear from the people who are shaping the program in the article below.

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Learning from Experts to Become an Expert

In this edition of our contractor spotlight series, learn from contractor Jessica Ely about how learning from experts can lead to becoming an expert. Take a look at her journey to becoming a vice president at her company and how she partners with the experts at Trane to help ensure her projects are a success. 

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Electrifying Buildings with VRF Technology

Heating systems that run on natural gas and other fossil fuels have been keeping America’s buildings warm for decades. But now, as many in the private and public sectors are doubling down on commitments to mitigate climate change and create more sustainable spaces, that era may be ending. Hear from Steve Hamlin, VRF Product Manager for Trane Commercial,  about the benefits of using VRF technology to electrify buildings. 

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