Taco’s FloProFactory Training hands-on classes teach participants how to grow their hydronic expertise and boost profitability, offering a broad range of professional development opportunities for plumbing and heating contractors in 2011. Taco’s popular Webinar series will continue at a rate of two per month, free of charge.
Its most popular course fromJohn Barba, The ‘Compleat’ Boiler Room, will be available for four days at Taco’s main facility in Cranston, RI. Other courses will also be held at locations in Colorado, Ohio, Long Island and Philadelphia. All classes are NATE-Recognized and NORA Approved.
Compleat Boiler Room Training shows installers how to install outstanding boiler rooms. "We'll discuss sizing and near-boiler piping for both cast iron and modulating-condensing boilers," says Barba. This is an advanced training, two-day program covering the latest in controls and products, with extended hands-on opportunities for installers and designers.
Tuition for all Taco FloPro Factory Training course is $289and includes two days of training, hotel accommodations for two nights, ground transport, meals and extras (though airfare to the host city is not included).
Course ScheduleLocation: Taco, Inc., Cranston, RI
- April 14 to 15
- May 5 to 6
- June 23 to 24
- September 22 to 23
Registration and Tuition
- Tuition only, hotel accommodations not
Tuition plus one night's hotel accommodation: $209.00.
Tuition plus two nights' hotel accommodation: $289.00
Tuition plus three nights' hotel accommodation: $379.00
In addition to its classroom offerings, Taco also offers free FloPro Webinars. These programs are held twice monthly, typically in the late afternoon (ET). The one-hour sessions cover a wide range of topics, including:
- The fine art of combustion
- Domestic hot water recirculation
- Evolution of radiant mixing
- Five easy ways to make any hydronic
system more efficient
- CV pressure drop and you
Also available online isTaco’s FloPro University. This innovative e-learning program features detailed, interactive training programs broken down into small, easily digestible chunks. Contractors can view these programs on their computer at their convenience as many times as they like. There’s a quiz after each section and a final exam at the end of each program. After passing the final exam each participant will receive a certificate of completion as well as a class pin.
Taco’s Training Programs are available only to members of Taco’s FloPro Team, its free contractor training and development program. If you aren’t already a member of the FloPro Team, learn more about the program and register atwww.floproteam.com.
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