ICA of Greater Louisville is certified by the Kentucky Division of HVAC to offer continuing education training programs. Each month from September through May, ICA of Greater Louisville provides a dinner with continuing education credit for the program. The costs for dinners and programs are included in the membership dues for Contractor, Associate Contractor and Associate members.
Recent Training Topics:
February 2019: Web and Print Marketing, presented by Stefan Tamburro, Owner, Design Made Simple.
January 2019: Tax Change Information, presented by Chris Green, CPA & Troy Hawkins, CPA of ARGI Financial Group.
November 2018: Residential & Mechanical Code Changes, presented by David Elble and Dale Hay.
October 2018: The Seven Step Exit Planning Process, presented by Gavin Koenig, Partner, Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor, Accredited Investment Fiduciary Analyst of ARGI Financial Group.
September 2018: Kentucky HVAC Division Update, presented by Roger Banks, Director, Kentucky Division of HVAC.
May 2018: The Seven Step Exit Planning Process, presented by Gavin Koenig, Partner, Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor, Accredited Investment Fiduciary Analyst of ARGI Financial Group.
April 2018: Ductless Systems, presented by Phil Schaaf, Regional Sales Manager of Haier Ductless.
March 2018: Regulations for Silica Dust and Compliance Methods, presented by Jessica Ohnesorge, Marketing Manager, Milwaukee Tool.
February 2018: HVAC Inspections and Permits, presented by Chris Booker, Inspector or Develop Louisville.
November 2017: Risk Management, Contracts & Labor Law, presented by Ryan Schulz, Attorney of Kahn, Dees, Donovan and Kahn, LLP.
October 2017: Refrigerant Update, presented by Matthew McKinney, Regional Business Director of ICOR International.
September 2017: Zoning HVAC Systems, presented by Sonny Milby, Regional Manager of EWC Controls.
May 2017: Three Equations Every HVAC Contractor Should Consider Using, presented by David Elble, President of HVAC Associates.
April 2017: Business Valuation and Analysis, presented by Bert Burke, Jr. of Burke & Burke Insurance Services, LLC.
March 2017: Kentucky HVAC Division Update, presented by Roger Banks, Assistant Director, KY Division of HVAC.
February 2017: Five Words You Should Never Use in Advertising, presented by Frank Besednjak of The Training Source.
January 2017: The Future of R-22 Equipment Service, presented by Matthew McKinney, Regional Business Director of ICOR International.
November 2016: What You Must Know About New EPA Refrigerant Regulations, presented by David Elble with HVAC Associates.
October 2016: Hazard Communication & Globally Harmonized System of Classification & Labeling of Systems, presented by Chris Vest, OHST, RS, Senior Industrial Hygiene Consultant of the Division of Education & Training, Kentucky Labor Cabinet.
September 2016: Family Business 101, presented by Kathleen Hoye of The Family Business Center at the University of Louisville.
May 2016: Improving Communication, presented by Larry Grant of LG Consulting & Training, Inc.
March 2016: Social Media and Inbound Marketing Strategies to Improve Sales and Service, presented by Lance Dudley, Sales Trainer - Gitomer Certified Advisor.
February 2016: Putting Together Your Safety Program, presented by Bill Perkins and Ryan Gobert of Bailey Tools & Safety.
January 2016: Electrical Safety, presented by Art Rockwood and Deron Thompson of The Division of Education and Training of The Kentucky Office of Occupational Safety and Health.
November 2015: Confined Spaces, presented by Kyle Fekete of Health and Safety Services, Inc.
October 2015: Residential & Commercial Ventilation Requirements, presented by David Elble of HVAC Associates.
September 2015: Building Customer Loyalty, presented by Lance Dudley, Sales Trainer - Gitomer Certified Advisor.
May 2015: Dealing with Stress, presented by Larry Grant of LG Consulting & Training, Inc.
April 2015: Open forum discussion on local HVAC training programs. Training information from the instructors in your area.
March 2015: Building Performance, presented by Eric George of The Building Performance Group.