GROUND SOURCE HEAT PUMP DESIGN COURSE FOR BUILDING PROFESSIONALS

GSHP Design is a 12-hour course (covered in three 4-hour modules) and is built for Architects, Engineers, Designers, Contractors, Building Owners and Developers, and those mechanical contractors who want to consider adding a geo-side to their business.   The three modules can be purchased independently of one another or group-purchased at a discount.

Module 1: Overview of Ground‐Source Heat Pump (GSHP) Systems

APPROVED FOR  3.5 Hours of AIA Learning Units 

      THIS MODULE WAS COMPLETED ON 11/17/20,   9am-1pm PST

Module 2: Design of Ground‐Source Heat Pump Systems

APPROVED FOR  3.5 Hours of AIA Learning Units 

     THIS MODULE WAS COMPLETED ON 12/1/20,   9am-1pm PST

A Thirteen‐step design process, including instruction using provided software for Ground Heat Exchanger Sizing, Pump Calculations, AHRI test data corrections to design conditions, and more. Design for closed‐loop vertical ground heat exchanger and closed‐loop surface water heat exchanger connected to a commercial building. It is assumed that the attendee has gone through Module 1 or already has a basic understanding of GSHPs.  CLICK HERE for details of what you’ll learn from Instructors Steve Kavanaugh and Tyler Harbeck.

Module 3: Design of Ground‐Source Heat Pump Systems in California and Other Special Topics

APPROVED FOR  3.5 Hours of AIA Learning Units 

January 26th, 2021,   9am -to- 1pm PST

Design considerations for open loop (well) systems, cold regions, and things to know when designing any ground‐source heat pump system in California. It is recommended that attendees participate in the previous modules; however, it is not mandatory. Module 3 presents special and related topics that were not developed during the main design module, Module 2.  CLICK HERE  for details of what you’ll learn from Instructors Steve Kavanaugh, Ed Lohrenz, and Lisa Meline.