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We can provide training classes in every market we serve. Classes are designed to guide technicians and managers through the learning process for all types of repair and maintenance. Our certified instructors have years of experience in maintenance, repair and operations of multi-family properties. Real life experience with real live solutions.
Learn more about the classes currently offered below.
+APPLIANCE TROUBLESHOOTING CLASS (990081)
Our hands-on program provides students with the skills and experience to service all major appliances, from washing machines and dryers, to ranges and refrigerators. This class will involve Tear down and Trouble Shooting.
+BASIC LOW VOLTAGE TRAINING CLASS (990070)
This course teaches both the fundamental and advanced skills of troubleshooting residential HVAC electrical system problems. Technicians learn and practice proven diagnostic techniques that they can apply immediately on the job. The goal is to provide attendees with both the skills and confidence to tackle any electrical system malfunction, with emphasis on rapid discovery of the failed component and root cause determination.
+CPO ONE DAY CLASS (990051)
Blended format that combines the online Pool Operator Primer™ and one day of the Pool Operator Fusion™ class of instruction. Offered through the National Swimming Pool Foundation (NSPF) with a certified NSPF Instructor. Only for current Licensed CPO holders that have not expired and have their own book.
+CPO TWO DAYS CLASS (990050)
This CPO course covers Florida (and many other states) Law 64E-9.018 – Public Pool Service Technician Certification. Offered through the National Swimming Pool Foundation (NSPF) with a certified NSPF Instructor.
+HVAC 410A CERTIFICATION CLASS (990067)
Because many HFC refrigerants, such as R-410A, operate at considerably higher pressures than many other refrigerants, safety training is imperative. R-410A systems will require service professionals to use different tools and equipment when installing, retrofitting, or repairing these systems. Currently HFC refrigerants, including R-410A, are not covered under the refrigerant sales restriction of the Clean Air Act Amendments, and, at this time the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency does not require or mandate a separate certification for the handling of these refrigerants.
+HVAC EPA608 CERTIFICATION CLASS (990068)
The Federal Clean Air Act, Section 608, requires that persons who service air conditioning and refrigeration systems containing certain regulated refrigerants be certified under an approved Federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) course. Through the ESCO Institute, Chadwell Supply is able to offer this Universal Certification. Only certified technicians may purchase any regulated refrigerants or precharged part with a regulated refrigerant from Chadwell Supply or other HVAC suppliers.
+HVAC INDUSTRY CHANGES CLASS (990065)
The U.S. heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, and refrigeration (HVAC) industry is currently undergoing a period of unprecedented change! Anyone who works on air conditioners and refrigerators must be aware of how these changes affect their job, apartment community and management company. This class allows the attendee to be able to make the right decision on how to embrace these changes with minimal financial impact to the budget.
+HVAC INTRO (A-Z) CLASS (990061)
Learn how to troubleshoot and repair HVAC systems. Seminar includes terminology, tools, charging procedures, thermostats, evaporator coils, compressors, head pressure, fan and electrical systems and much more.
+MAINTENANCE FOR MANAGERS CLASS (990082)
This class has been taught at Expos and Conference’s on a National, State, and local level for many years. Topics include how to go from Good to Great, how to deal with service requests and maintenance emergencies, as well as resident retention.
+SAFETY AWARENESS CLASS (990080)
Safety is the highest priority for a maintenance associate. This ½ day class is a good introduction to OSHA and the regulations they have to abide by in order to keep the maintenance associate healthy. In addition, common sense applications and ideas will be discussed.