Class Description

A2L refrigerant changes will be here before we know it, most manufactures are getting equipment ready to roll out to dealers this year. If you have read any of the trade papers, the information coming out seems to be vague at best. How is this going to affect your business, your employees, and your customers? How do you keep everyone safe? The transition is still a work in progress and there will be changes as this takes effect. O’Connor University has developed a class, offered in-person and online, to answer the current questions surrounding the A2L transition. This short 3 hour class will dive into what we know are facts and explain how to meet this transition with training.

Pre-Requisites: None

Course Objectives:

Meeting the new regulations and compliance.

Refrigerant handling and safety.

What exactly an A2L means.

Model number changes.

Tools needed and used with A2L refrigerants.

Dos and don’ts.

Target Audience: dealers, service and installation technicians, sales, anyone where this applies.

Lunch is not provided due to the short class time. For those who wish to attend online, a link will be emailed to you once you register. Please note that in order to receive CEU credits, a camera is needed for online attendees. If you do not receive the link required for the class, please email Megan Phillips at megan.phillips@oconnorhvac.com

Additional Details

Seats Available0
Class Fee$75
Class Credits3

Class Instructors

Charles Wilkerson
Charles Wilkerson has been in the HVAC industry for 30 years. Starting out as a maintenance technician and working his way to lead technician. Charles found a passion in education and training for the HVAC industry where he became an instructor for a local community college. During that time Charles was able to build heating and cooling training programs from the ground up. He recognized the need for Training and Support in the Field. Following education, Charles became a General Manager of a small heating and cooling company where he was faced with the same training and support needs that most dealers face. Charles is committed to bringing education, training, and support to the next generation of service technicians through his employment with the O’Connor company.
Fred Simpson
Fred has been in the HVAC/R industry since 1982. He was a service technician for 27 of those years as a residential, commercial, and industrial journeyman technician. In 2010, Fred was appointed as a commercial equipment and control integration regional service manager and corporate trainer. Since 2010, Fred has served as a technical support specialist, technical trainer, service engineer, and design and application engineer for both residential and commercial HVAC equipment at the factory level and in distribution.

Class Location

O’Connor Company Inc, 5200 East 35th Street North, Wichita, KS

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