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ASHRAE Spring Online Courses Cover Significant Updates to 90.1-2010, Career Enhancement

Feb 10, 2014
Contact: Jodi Scott
Public Relations
678-539-1140
jscott@ashrae.org

ATLANTA – Expert knowledge of sustainable techniques is in demand and the 13 online courses being offered this spring through the ASHRAE Learning Institute (ALI) allow professionals to keep up with the latest industry trends.

Participants can access these instructor-led courses from anywhere with an Internet connection, and earn continuing education units/professional development hours for each course completed.

New this spring is the short course “Significant Changes to Standard 90.1-2010,” on May 14. This course provides an in-depth overview of the standard and answers questions about changes from previous editions in envelope, lighting and mechanical sections.

“90.1-2010 represents the biggest change in the standard since it became a code document in 1999,” Mack Wallace, course instructor, said. “The 2010 standard contains over 100 changes from the 2007 version and decreases energy use in buildings by around 30 percent as compared to buildings built to the 2004 standard.”

Additionally, 90.1-2010 was recognized by the Department of Energy as the new national energy standard, meaning that the numerous jurisdictions are beginning to adopt the standard.

“Each of the states will be required to adopt some form of 90.1 for use on commercial buildings” Wallace said. “The focus of these government organizations will now move to compliance with the standard. All building design professionals will need to be familiar with the new standard as it becomes law.”

The course also is part of ASHRAE’s Career Enhancement Curriculum, which focuses on IAQ Practices and Energy Savings (ES) Practices. The program is a new way to help professionals expand their knowledge in specific areas of HVAC&R and advance their careers.

The courses offered this spring cover a variety of topics relevant to today’s built environment, including:

  • Commissioning
    • “Commissioning Process in New and Existing Buildings, Parts 1 & 2” (March 26, April 2)
  • Environmental Quality 
    • “IAQ Best Practices for Design, Construction and Commissioning” IAQ Practices (May 1)
    • “Troubleshooting Humidity Control Problems” IAQ Practices (March 24)
  • Energy Efficiency 
    • “Commercial Building Energy Audits, Parts 1 & 2” (April 28, 30)
    • “Basics of High-Performance Building Design” (May 8, 2014)
    •  “Energy Modeling: Best Practices and Applications, Parts 1 & 2” (May 5, 12)
    •  NEW “Evaluation Methods for High-Performance Green Buildings” (May 7)
  • HVAC Applications 
    • “Introduction to BACnet®” (April 14) 
    • “Designing High-Performance Healthcare Facilities” (April 23) 
  • Standards & Guidelines  
    • “Complying with Standard 90.1-2013, Parts 1 & 2” ES Practices (April 7, 9) 
    • “Fundamentals and Application of Standard 55” IAQ Practices (March 31) 
    •  “Fundamental Requirements of Standard 62.1-2013” IAQ Practices (March 12)
    •  NEW “Significant Changes to Standard 90.1-2010” ES Practices (May 14)

ALI courses provide professional development through in-depth information that is timely, practical and advanced beyond a fundamental level. Courses are offered every spring and fall.

For pricing or to register, visit www.ashrae.org/onlinecourses.

 

ASHRAE, founded in 1894, is a building technology society with more than 50,000 members worldwide. The Society and its members focus on building systems, energy efficiency, indoor air quality, refrigeration and sustainability. Through research, standards writing, publishing, certification and continuing education, ASHRAE shapes tomorrow’s built environment today.