The ASHRAE Learning Institute announced it will offer 10 courses during ASHRAE’s 2017 Annual Conference in Long Beach, Calif. The headlining topic is “Complying with Standard 90.1-2016: HVAC/Mechanical,” which will be held on June 27. This is the first time this specific course has been made available at an ASHRAE conference.

The course discusses the new and updated requirements for HVAC and service water heating systems of ASHRAE Standard 90.1-2016 Energy Standards for Buildings, and how to comply during building design and construction. It will be taught by ASHRAE member McHenry “Mack” Wallace Jr., P.E., LEED AP, who has served on the ASHRAE Standard 90.1 Committee for the past 19 years.

“Each ALI course has been developed by industry practitioners who understand the knowledge and experience expected for superior building design and system operation,” said ASHRAE President Tim Wentz, Fellow ASHRAE, HBDP. “As such, we are excited to provide our conference attendees with these high-quality continuing education opportunities, and we invite them to take advantage of the courses most applicable to their field.”

In addition to “Complying with Standard 90.1-2016: HVAC/Mechanical,” two full-day professional development seminars and seven half-day short courses are being offered June 24-27 (click here for more information):

• “Effective Energy Management in New & Existing Buildings” (Full day)

• “Commissioning Process in New and Existing Buildings” (Full day)

• “Designing High-Performance Healthcare HVAC Systems” (Half day)

• “Air-to-Air Energy Recovery Applications: Best Practices” (Half day)

• “Laboratory Design: The Basics and Beyond” (Half day)

• “Complying with Standard 90.1-2016: Appendix G” (Half day)

• “Understanding & Designing Dedicated Outdoor Air Systems” (Half day)

• “High-Performance Building Design: Applications & Future Trends” (Half day)

• “Variable Refrigerant Flow System: Design & Applications” (Half day)

All 10 courses are open for registration and are eligible for Professional Development Hours or Continuing Education Credits. ASHRAE recommends participants check with their specific state board for PDH and/or CEU requirements.