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eDesign Suite Software Training Courses

2019 eDesign Suite Training Class Schedule (as of 16 August 2019)

Additional classes for 2019 are being scheduled now, please check back again.

Load Calculation for Commercial Buildings
System Design Load, HAP
Energy Simulation for Commercial Buildings
Energy Modeling for LEED Energy & Atmosphere Credit 1
Advanced Modeling Techniques for HVAC Systems
Engineering Economic Analysis
Block Load Basic
Block Load
*Melrose Park, IL Oct 09 Oct 10 -- Oct 11 -- --
Lenexa, KS Oct 29 Oct 30 -- Oct 31 -- --
Syracuse, NY Nov 11 Nov 12 -- -- -- --

Items marked with * have been added or updated since 08/16/2019.
Items marked with a are tuition-free.

Course Descriptions

Hands-on training is available for certain eDesign Suite programs. These modules are offered periodically on a regional basis to existing eDesign users, as well as new and prospective licensees. Tuition for these training modules is not included in the eDesign license fees. Standard courses are available for HAP, System Design Load, Engineering Economic Analysis and Block Load.

More detailed information can be found regarding each course by clicking its link below.

Load Calculation for Commercial Buildings (SSN 001)

Energy Simulation for Commercial Buildings (SSN 002)

Block Load Basic Training (SSN 003)

Engineering Economic Analysis (SSN 004)

Energy Modeling for LEED® Energy & Atmosphere (SSN 005)

Advanced Modeling Techniques for HVAC Systems (SSN 006)


Enroll on-line using our new registration process. To access the registration pages for each class, click on the date for the desired location/class in the table above. If the link is not active, please check back again as we are working to create the registrations for each location. You will receive e-mail notification when each class you register for is confirmed.

Students are expected to bring their own laptop computer. Please ensure the most recent program version is loaded for the seminar you are attending prior to the class. Computers are NOT available for student use unless special arrangements are made with Software Systems at the time of registration. Note, the number of computers for this type of arrangement is limited.

Earn CEU Credits for eDesign Suite Software Training

eDesign training is conducted by Carrier University instructors and the programs have been reviewed by Carrier University for compliance to the ANSI®3 / IACET Standard 1-2007. As an IACET Authorized Provider, Carrier University offers CEUs for its programs that qualify under the ANSI/IACET Standard. Many states with self-reporting accept IACET approved classes for Professional Engineering Continuing education credit. Check with your state Licensing Board if you have a question. Carrier University is also an approved education provider in Florida, North Carolina and New York. CEU’s may be converted to PDH’s by multiplying by 10.

Under the new GBCI 2102 rules for maintaining LEED® accreditation the Energy Modeling for LEED® Energy & Atmosphere Credit 1, and Advanced Modeling Techniques for HVAC Systems course may count toward meeting CMP continuing education under the educational category. The number of hours you will be able to claim depend on your specialty and your previously claimed educational credits.

Course Learning Outcomes

As part of the eDesign Suite software training, each student will learn how to use the program by completing several simple project exercises. These exercises are intended to confirm the student's ability to understand the course learning outcomes.


Carrier University is accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) and is authorized to issue the IACET CEU.

1LEED is a registered trademark of US Green Building Council
2ASHRAE is a registered service mark of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc.
3ANSI is a registered trademark of the American National Standards Institute