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Regulating HVAC systems training courses


Regulating HVAC Systems trainings delves into critical topics including ambient thermostats, individual and collective system regulation, air handling units, and electric motor controls. Gain in-depth knowledge of HVAC control mechanisms and enhance your skills in these essential areas.

HVAC Technicians or Installers, Students

This training equips HVAC Technicians or Installers and Students with skills in system regulation, thermostat control, collective system regulation, AHU management, electrical controls, troubleshooting, energy efficiency, system protection, control strategies, and safety practices, enhancing their expertise in HVAC systems.


For your own curiosity, you can also familiarize yourself with the subject of HVAC Air Handling and Volume and mass flow rates. But topics are not mandatory for your understanding of Regulating HVAC systems lessons.

Regulating systems
Air handling units
Electric motor controls
Frequently Asked Questions
HVAC Learning courses are developed by a team of teachers and professionals with 20 years expertise on the field and in the classrooms. You can learn at your own pace, for the price of a few coffees
Exercises are part of the courses, with the solution each time. At the end of the course you need to pass a test with 80% of good answers to qualify. A handbook is also provided to complete the training if necessary.
  • System Regulation: Understanding the principles and techniques for regulating individual HVAC systems, which is crucial for maintaining optimal performance.
  • Collective System Regulation: Learning how to regulate collective HVAC systems by varying water temperature and water flows, essential for energy-efficient operation.
  • Electrical Controls: Acquiring knowledge of power circuits and electric motor controls, which is vital for safely managing HVAC equipment.
  • Troubleshooting: Developing the ability to diagnose and address issues related to HVAC system regulation, enhancing efficiency and reliability.
  • System Protection: Understanding the importance of protecting HVAC equipment and air handling units to prolong their lifespan and maintain performance.
HVAC Technicians and Installers, Mechanical Engineers, Facilities Managers, HVAC Instructor or Trainer, Energy Auditor, HVAC student, DIY homeowner enthusiast, HVAC Designer or Draftsperson, HVAC Sales Representative, HVAC Engineer.
The main goal is to help you excel in your role, ensuring that HVAC systems operate effectively and efficiently. For students, this training provides a strong foundation for a future career in the HVAC industry, giving a competitive edge in the job market.