iConnect Training in Proud Partnership with HVACRedu.net Presents New Curriculum Offering

Each member of the HVACRedu.net faculty has attained Certified Master HVACR Educator credentials.  Courses provided were chosen from some of the best authors in our industry including Ron Auvil, Dick Wirtz, Bob Feathers, Keith Conrod, Scott Oakley, and HVACRedu.net founder Chris Compton.

And the NATE testing organization shows a 99.3% success rate for our students on exams.  The national average is around 50%.

Providing hours of supporting curriculum from HVAC/R industry subject matter experts, students can access the HVACRedu.net eLearning package by simply logging in through our program portal from any device.  Instructors are set up as a group manager, and have access to their learners’ progress tracking, reports, grades, and the curriculum they are enrolled in.  A personal dashboard helps students stay on track as they move through the course materials.  Learner groups are identified by school and logo on their pages.  Students know that they are getting a best-in-class experience from a school that cares about their future.  Selections from over (50) courses are available to instructors for a 30-day free “test drive.”

“Unlike our competitors, iConnect Training and HVACRedu.net do not try to provide something for every CTE discipline,” says Caroline Dickey, iConnect Training Sales.  “By focusing exclusively on HVAC/R, we offer the best solutions for our industry’s future, because we live and breathe it every day.”

CEO of HVACRedu.net, Chris Compton, states, “One of the significant features of this on-line curriculum is that it is designed to be academically rigorous.  We have multiple instructional assets for every module (hand-outs, quizzes, games, video, simulations, animations, lectures, assessments, etc.)  Having taught for 20 years in the classroom combined with 22 years online, I’ve brought all that experience to these curriculum packages.”

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