Carrier's seminar series lectures are presentations by industry experts and cover topics on HVAC system design, application and the impact of codes and standards on design. All presentations are not product specific or commercial in nature and are intended to inform the industry. Topics are presented at various skill levels from new to the industry to experienced veterans. These seminar presentations can be used in many states to help meet professional continuing education requirements provided that the participant show evidence of achieving the learning objectives established for the seminar.

Note: The information below applies to all seminars/lectures unless otherwise noted in the course description.


Each course lasts approximately 1 hr. unless otherwise indicated.



Course Format

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Presentations at a local facility presented by an industry expert. See your Carrier Sales Representative for available times and topics for lectures.
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Presentations by industry experts normally conducted at your office moderated by your Carrier sales representative. See your Carrier Sales Representative for available times and topics for pre-recorded presentations.
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Presentations are available 24/7 on Carrier University's Classroom Online. Click the link to see available topics and to view the presentations.

Intended Audience

Consulting engineers, design-build contractors, facility managers, architects and others involved in the design of commercial HVAC systems.

Intended Experience Level

Seminars range from Fundamental Topics (1) to Advanced Topics (4) and are noted accordingly with school

Learning Methods Used

The seminars use a combination of lecture, videos, animations, virtual tours, and demonstrations.

Completion Requirements

To receive a certificate for the seminar and to claim continuing education credit, the participant must be present for the entire seminar, and receive a grade of 80% on the online knowledge check.



Other Carrier Training Opportunities

Many local Carrier offices provided additional local training opportunities for service technicians and design professionals. Topics often include HVAC fundamentals, service troubleshooting skills and product specific service training. Check with your Carrier sales or service representative on what is available in your area.