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Sobre Centro De Repaso NATE
El curso de la revisión de la base de NATE se diseña para ayudarle a prepararse para el examen de la base de NATE. El curso se centra en los asuntos comúnmente faltados del examen, más bien que en los conceptos que usted utiliza regularmente.

El curso provee de usted un número de concursos de la práctica, que usted puede utilizar para probar su conocimiento del material del curso. Usted puede tomar a estos concursos de la práctica tantas veces mientras que usted tiene gusto.

El curso también contiene un concurso de la salida, que usted puede tomar a SOLAMENTE UNA VEZ. Sugerimos que usted no procure tomar el concurso de la salida hasta que después de usted han dominado el material en el curso de la revisión de la base. The Exit Quiz is made up of 50 questions. El concurso de la salida se compone de 50 preguntas.  Usted debe conseguir por lo menos 35 preguntas correctas (el 70%) recibir un grado que pasa para el curso de la revisión de la base de NATE.

Chasque el botón del curso a la izquierda para tener acceso al curso de la revisión de la base de NATE.

This course is for Carrier, UTC employees and channel partners to access USGBC Webinars. These webinars can be used to help meet the requirements for continuing education for LEED credential's (LEED AP BD&C, LEED AP O&M and LEED Green Associate. You must have approval to use the enrollment key. 

The NATE Core Review course is designed to help you prepare for the North American Technician Excellence (NATE) Core exam. The course focuses on the commonly missed topics of the exam, rather than on concepts that you regularly use.

The course provides you with a number of practice quizzes, which you can use to test your knowledge of the course material. You can take these practice quizzes as many times as you like.

The course also contains an Exit Quiz, which you can take ONLY ONE TIME. We suggest that you not attempt to take the Exit Quiz until after you have mastered the material in the Core Review course. The Exit Quiz is made up of 50 questions. You must get at least 35 questions correct (70%) to receive a passing grade for the NATE Core Review course.

This course is an introduction to the concepts of BACnet Protocol. It is offered as a free prerequisite to ECS 551 and ECS 560.

This class is a broadcast Technical Development Program which is an introduction to the principles of psychrometrics. To get PDH hours or receive a certificate you must complete the quiz in this course.

This class is a broadcast Technical Development Program which introduces the mechanical refrigeration system with its components and functions. To get PDH hours or receive a certificate you must complete the quiz in this course.

This class is a broadcast Technical Development Program which introduces control systems and their basic operation. To get PDH hours or receive a certificate you must complete the quiz in this course.

This class is a broadcast Technical Development Program which introduces the basic concepts behind heating and cooling load estimates. To get PDH hours or receive a certificate you must complete the quiz in this course.

This class is a broadcast Technical Development Program which is an introduction to the principles of fans and how they perform in VAV applications. To get PDH hours or receive a certificate you must complete the quiz in this course.

This class is a broadcast Technical Development Program which reviews the concepts of filtration and energy recovery as used in HVAC systems. To get PDH hours or receive a certificate you must complete the quiz in this course. 

This class is a broadcast Technical Development Program which reviews central station air handlers components, selection and design. To get PDH hours or receive a certificate you must complete the quiz in this course.

 

This class is a broadcast Technical Development Program which is an introduction to the principles of room air distribution, diffuser selection and air terminals. To get PDH hours or receive a certificate you must complete the quiz in this course. 

This class is a broadcast Technical Development Program which HVAC heating and cooling coils including their design and selection. To get PDH hours or receive a certificate you must complete the quiz in this course. 

This class is a broadcast Technical Development Program which discusses the principles of duct design. To get PDH hours or receive a certificate you must complete the quiz in this course. 

This class is a broadcast Technical Development Program which discusses the proper methods of refrigerant piping design. To get PDH hours or receive a certificate you must complete the quiz in this course. 

This course is intended for the new technican and will teach them the fundamental princples of electric.

Module 1 introduces the student to electrical termonology and basic concepts of electricity. This module is appropriate to students with limited knowledge of electricity and covers Ohm's law, power, series and parallel circuits.

Module 2 introduces basic AC, magnetism, and common electrical components. It begins the coverage of wiring diagrams and their symbols by constructing a very basic circuit diagram.

Module 3 discusses safety practices and introduces additional electrical components. A step-by-step construction of a simplified wiring diagram,covering power, control, and load circuits for a typical packaged air conditioner with electric heat, is developed.

The fourth module covers step-by-step construction of a wiring diagram for a heat pump to teach more advanced diagram-reading skills and control circuit concepts.

Module 5 discusses the construction of various types of meters and explains their applications. Sample problems illustrate the use of meters in electrical troubleshooting and testing.

The sixth module expands on basic AC concepts covered in Modules 1 and 2 as the basis for understanding AC motors and AC power. Also covered are the basic concepts of motors and generators, capacitors, phase shift, and power distribution systems.

Module 7 covers basic theory and operation of common single-phase and three-phase AC induction motors, including motor starting circuits. The module also describes the various types of protective devices used with motors.

Module 8 discusses basic concepts, packaging, and troubleshooting of electronic circuits used in comfort air conditioning. The module covers semiconductors, timing and sensing devices, and the use of microprocessor controls in comfort applications.

Module 9 describes and illustrates techniques for troubleshooting electrical and electronic circuits with a focus on control circuits and motors.

This area is for internal review only.

A series of short presentations for use by sales engineers with consulting engineers. For use by Carrier employees, distribution and rep firms only.

A series of Lunch & Learn presentations and associated material which sales offices can use in longer presentations to consulting engineers, contractors and customers.

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Two Modules addressing the basics of doing business with the U. S. Government

Broadcast of EnergyX

PowerPoint presentations and training books that can be used by distributor service managers to conduct training.  This covers products normally associated with residential applications.

This module covers heating and cooling coils as they are applied in HVAC applications. The topics range from their construction and application to how to make the most economical selections in specifications.  

This module is an introduction to the concepts and devices used to control HVAC systems. This module includes a discussion of the types of control devices and how to develop a points list.

This module is describes the piping practices required when piping refrigerant lines. Information in this module includes how to size suction, discharge and liquid lines and to assure proper oil and refrigerant return to the compressor.

This module is an introduction to the basic principles and components of the mechanical refrigeration cycle.

This module is an introduction to psychrometric principles including using the chart to find state points and calculating HVAC processes

Orientation training for Carrier Direct Sales Office Sales Engineers

Prework for 2014 sales engineers

Training to achieve the LEED Green Associate accrediation

Totaline Training2015 Totaline Training Programs 

These programs contain content used for test questions used in the Factory Authorized Parts Certification Program

All On Line Learning Modules

Online modules for the Factory Authorized Parts Certification Program plus more.

Motor Training

This section contains content used for test questions used in the Factory Authorized Parts Certification Program. 

Electrical & Heating Components      

This section contains content used for test questions used in the Factory Authorized Parts Certification Program.

Compressor Training 

This section contains content used for test questions used in the FactoryAuthorized Parts Certification Program

System Components

HVAC Supplies

Totaline Thermostats

IAQ & Safety Items

Totaline Sales Tools

This section contains content used for test questions used in the Factory Authorized Parts Certification Program. 

 RC Refrigeration Product Training

The Open VVT Systems exam acompanies the Open VVT training course.  This is a required exam for membership in the Carrier Controls Expert program CS tier.

This complies with the Carrier Controls Expert program CS tier requirment.

This complies with the Carrier Controls Expert program IS tier requirment.

The 3V System Expert exam contains 35 questions.

Pass: You are required to score at least 70% to pass the exam. Upon passing, your certificate will be sent to your Carrier distributor who will present it to you.

Fail: If you score below 70%, it is recommended that you obtain appropriate training from your local Carrier distributor, or by attending the Carrier Technical Training ECS215, 3V Controls Training for Contractors class. You can register for the class at www.CarrierUniversity.com.

The 3V Installer certification exam contains 35 questions about Wiring, Power, Sensors, and Networks.

Pass: You are required to score at least 70% to pass the exam. Upon passing, your certificate will be sent to your Carrier distributor who will present it to you.

Fail: If you score below 70%, it is recommended that you obtain appropriate training from your local Carrier distributor, or by attending the Carrier Technical Training ECS111, Introduction to Digital Control & Carrier Comfort Network class. You can register for the class at www.training.carrier.com.

Click the "3V Controls Technician Certification Exam" link above to begin the exam.

This course is not available for students; For internal testing only.

This is an administrative review area and is not intended for student access.