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Quality First™ Innovative Technologies Courses

TECA is offering, in collaboration with Fortis BC, a one-day, Innovative Technologies seminar highlighting the design, application and installation of innovative HVAC and Hydronic equipment. The goal of the seminar is to equip contractors to practically address energy efficiency and support an increase in the adoption of more innovative, sustainable approaches to HVAC and Hydronics. This is a brand new seminar that TECA is pleased to be able to offer.

This course will help you:

  • Stay ahead of your competition

  • Increase revenues and profits

About This Information Session

This session examines the drivers and barriers affecting the adoption of innovative technology, and explores how newer approaches and technologies are creating change in the residential building industry today. The goal of the seminar is to equip contractors to practically address energy efficiency and support an increase in the adoption of more innovative, sustainable approaches to HVAC and Hydronics.

By attending this session, you’ll benefit through learning about:

  • Market trends and new approaches to HVAC and Hydronic solutions that will help you diversify your product lines and business.
  • How “PROCESS” is so important to creating great HVAC systems and happy customers.
  • Leveraging upcoming changes to building codes to stay ahead of your competition by adopting new approaches to residential building.
  • Uncovering opportunities to embrace innovative technologies in your business that will help increase revenues and profits.

Information Session Outlines three parts:

Part One:

    Adoption of Innovative Technologies
    Part Two:

Exploring Innovative Technologies

    Part Three:

Using Innovative Approach & Design

To register for this course please scroll to the bottom.

The following outlines content covered in this information session consists of three parts:

Part One: Adoption of Innovative Technologies

Information examines drivers and barriers affecting the adoption of residential innovative technology and the potential business opportunities and challenges associated with promoting them. This section also identifies the important role that building codes and improved building practices are playing in the future growth of innovative technologies in the residential industry.

Information in this section includes:

  • Residential Transition to Technology
  • Drivers & Barriers of Adoption
  • Business Opportunities & Challenges
  • Building Codes & Energy Efficiencies
  • Improved Building Performance

Part Two: Exploring Innovative Technologies

This section explores emerging technologies and approaches used in the residential building industry. Information provides basic descriptions of various technologies, benefits, and considerations of use.

Information in this section includes:

  • Innovations in Water Heating
  • Innovations in Space Heating
  • Innovations in Space and Water Heating
  • Innovations in House Control Systems
  • Innovations in the Natural Gas Industry

Part Three: Using Innovative Approach & Design

Examines how innovative approach and design processes are used in a residential building environment. Section uses scenario-based learning activities designed to promote discussion, analysis, and the evaluation of potential technologies, approaches, and solutions.

Information in this section includes:

  • Energy Upgrade Project
  • Major Renovation Project
  • New Construction Project
  • Industry Support Associations

PLEASE NOTE: FORTIS BC CONTRACTOR PROGRAM MEMBERS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR A $50 REBATE UPON COMPLETION OF SEMINAR.