The 2017 AHR Expo s almost here! This year’s event will be held January 30 through February 1 at the Las Vegas Convention Center!
Building on the success of such offerings at previous AHR Expos, the 2017 Show, to be held January 30 to February 1 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, will feature a wide array of educational opportunities. Throughout the week, contractors, engineers, and other show attendees will have the chance to participate in numerous free seminars and presentations, paid programming and professional certification exams – all further enhancing the value of Show attendance.
“We pride ourselves on offering these ancillary education, training, and certification opportunities as a way to fully maximize the benefit attendees gain from being a part of AHR Expo,” said Clay Stevens, president of International Exposition Company.
“Beyond the ability to discover cutting-edge innovations showcased at each year’s AHR Expo, attendees have come to appreciate the opportunity to combine valuable educational sessions into their agendas,” Stevens said. “The Show has thus become a place where attendees can earn CEUs, complete professional certification exams, and engage in meaningful discussion with peers about solutions to the industry’s most difficult challenges.”
Free Seminars & Training
A series of topics will be covered in free seminars and presentations, offered across several umbrella categories, during the first two days of the show. These include:
Industry Initiatives & Best Practices – Participants will have the opportunity to learn more about such issues as “Selling Profitable Hydronic Radiant Systems,” ”Global Trends in the HVAC Market,” “Humidity and Occupants: What the Latest in Humidity Means for You,” and others.
Building Automation – Addressing such topics as “Unifying a Building to Reduce Energy Consumption with BACnet,” “The Future of Building Automation- The Self Learning Edge Revolution,” and “Intelligent Buildings and Cybersecurity,” these sessions will provide the latest information on building automation’s evolving relationship to HVACR practices.