This course includes 24 hours of expert instruction, an open book exam for IGSHPA Accredited Geothermal Installer status, a 1-year IGSHPA membership, and pipe fusion certification is provided upon completion of the course.
With this Geothermal Installer certification training, participants will learn to install ground source heat pumps and ensure that the systems function properly to maximize performance, comfort and energy efficiency for their customers. This training brings participants into the growing geothermal field and provides increased opportunity backed by an internationally recognized certification.
This course is ideal for HVAC contractors, drillers, builders, plumbers, pipefitters, engineers or anyone interested in starting a career in geothermal energy. It is taught by our instructors who have a minimum of 5 years of experience in the field and are fully certified by IGSHPA.
CleanEdison’s 24-hour accredited Geothermal Installer training is a comprehensive course focused on the installation of geothermal heating and cooling systems, or ground source heat pumps (GSHP). This technology uses the ground's naturally moderate temperature to heat the building in the winter and cool the building in the summer. New advances in this technology continue to make GSHPs more widespread and the installation easier and more efficient. Trainees will learn the fundamentals of geothermal installation for new construction as well as existing structures with focus on system selection and design and installation techniques.
Our Geothermal Installer Certification course prepares participants for the open book exam for IGSHPA Accredited Geothermal Installer certification that is provided upon completion of the course. Upon passing the exam, a 1-year membership to the International Ground Source Heat Pump Association (IGSHPA) is provided along with an Accredited Geothermal Installer certification.
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