Learning how to correctly engineer building automation systems can be tricky but it doesn't have to be! Take the next step in your career and learn how to engineer control systems for a variety of HVAC applications. You will build off your existing skills and practice these new techniques through the use of exercises, video lessons, flowcharts, and checklists in BAS Hardware Sizing & Selection Bootcamp.
This course focuses on demonstrating how to engineer control systems for VAV, Fan Coil, RTU, AHU, and Hydronic Systems. We will cover how to utilize controls engineering methodology to manage and execute the engineering process.
From this course you will be able to:
Struggling with something on the job? Get unstuck - You can access the course videos anytime, anywhere!
I'm Phil Zito. I created Smart Buildings Academy, formerly Building Automation Monthly, in 2012 to share knowledge with fellow BAS professionals. I saw a gap in training was being done across the industry. I held various BAS roles at Johnson Controls including:
► Technical Integration Program Manager
► Technology Ecosystem Manager
► Project Development Engineer- Analytics
► Operations Manager
► Service Technician
Look, I know what it feels like to come home, completely zapped after spending all day working on a 140-degree roof. You feel drained, you know you need to do something to get ahead, but you just can’t summon the energy. I understand how challenging it can be to become the highly efficient and effective BAS professionals you know you can be while juggling your responsibilities. That's why I created SBA to make it as easy as possible for you. Our courses run at YOUR pace, but we also offer biweekly office hours in case you need some help with the material so you can stay on track through completion. You've got this! And we're here to help you succeed.
BAS Engineering might seem like a hard concept to comprehend but Phil's Engineering Bootcamp [Hardware Sizing and Selection Bootcamp] class will give you the confidence to take on any engineering project!
I am a troglodyte by nature, but after taking this course I will at least be able to understand what people are talking about and apply most of what I learned in the field. Liked the videos and the visual aspect also the downloading of the tools and software.
For the entering BAS professional, this course is gold mine of information. It will help me talk more confidently to IT professionals when I need to request things from them.
This course will make me more valuable as a building automation technician