Hands-on Training

Special Notes About Factory Training Dress Code:
When attending factory training, open toed shoes, sleeveless shirts, and shorts are not acceptable attire, and will limit access to factory training areas. Steel toed shoes are not mandatory, however are encouraged. Slip-on toe protectors will be provided for those not wearing steel-toe shoes.

AERCO Trained Technician (ATT)
Course number: 10025.01H - View Schedule

This course has been designed to familiarize the technician with the theory, operation and terminology surrounding AERCO direct-fired products including the Benchmark, Innovation, AM Series, Modulex EXT, Esteem and Recon. The course emphasizes installation, start-up, troubleshooting, control systems, combustion calibration, water heater temperature control, boiler modes and control theory, as well as AERCO communication systems and devices. The class is 60% classroom training and 40% hands-on in the lab. Students will rotate in small groups through several workstations, reinforcing in a hands-on format, the topics presented.

This course is limited to 12 attendees and is only offered to service companies, contractors and AERCO sales representatives who perform start-up and continuing service on AERCO's gas-fired equipment.

AERCO Master Tech (AMT)
Course number: 10035.01H - View Schedule

This course has been designed to familiarize the technician with the complete line of AERCO's current product offerings, including the AM Series, Modulex EXT and Esteem units. This course builds on the technician's prior service experience and training to cover more advanced service and diagnostic procedures. Additionally, this course will provide in-depth coverage of the various unit controllers, their associated menus, and modes of operation. It is designed for an advanced level service technician who has either already taken the ATT class, or has taken the Direct Fired SST class since January 2nd 2012, but not prior to that. This is a 5-day course which includes presentations from AERCO Technical Trainers as well as Factory Engineers, and also includes a considerable amount of hands-on activities in the Training Lab. Students will rotate in small groups through several workstations over the 5 day period, reinforcing - in a hands-on format - the topics presented.

Prerequisites: AERCO SST taken after January 2nd, 2012, or ATT classroom training.

Understanding the Protonode, Controls and Communications - Technician Training
Course number: 10026.01H - View Schedule

This 1 day hands-on course has been designed for service technicians with or without controls experience. The agenda includes the proper wiring and configuration of a ProtoNode, the appropriate controller settings, and the available software utilities for setup and diagnosis. Students are encouraged to bring their own laptops or tablets with them to class, as we will set them up with the necessary software to allow for the students to use their own equipment during the hands-on and diagnostics portion of the class. The class is 60% classroom training and 40% hands-on in the lab.

There are no prerequisites for this course, but an AERCO product familiarization is strongly recommended, and either SST, ATT or AMT training level proficiency will benefit the technician greatly. This course is limited to 9 attendees.

Multi-Fuel Condensing (MFC) - Technician Training
Course number: 10027.01H - View Schedule

This course has been designed to familiarize a service technician with the theory, operation, maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of AERCO's MFC product line. This class will cover both the boiler and burner, and provide the technician with an understanding of the product from an overview perspective, to the startup associated with it. This two day course includes 60% classroom training and 40% hands-on in the lab. This class has been designed for a previously trained ATT or AMT technician.

AM Series (Advanced Modular) - Technician Training
Course number: 10017.01H - View Schedule

This course has been designed to familiarize a service technician with the theory, operation, maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of AM Series boilers and water heaters. This one day course includes 60% classroom training and 40% hands-on in the lab. Though this class has been designed for a previously trained ATT or AMT technician, anyone wishing to better understand this product and has a service technician background, is invited to attend.

Benchmark Thousand Series - Site Personnel
Course number: 10001.01H - View Schedule

This course has been designed to familiarize the end user with the theory, operation and terminology surrounding AERCO direct-fired Benchmark Thousand Series boilers. The course covers component overview and troubleshooting, maintenance, control systems, and combustion calibration. The class is 60% classroom training and 40% hands-on in the lab. Students will rotate in small groups through several workstations, reinforcing in a hands-on format, the topics presented.

Students attending this course will receive a Certificate of Completion. This course does not carry any certification.

Innovation - Site Personnel
Course number: 10002.01H - View Schedule

This course has been designed to familiarize the end user with the theory, operation and terminology surrounding AERCO direct-fired Innovation water heaters. The course covers component overview and troubleshooting, maintenance, control systems, and combustion calibration. The class is 60% classroom training and 40% hands-on in the lab. Students will rotate in small groups through several workstations, reinforcing in a hands-on format, the topics presented.

Students attending this course will receive a Certificate of Completion. This course does not carry any certification.

Benchmark 6000 - Site Personnel
Course number: 10003.01H - View Schedule

This course has been designed to familiarize the end user with the theory, operation and terminology surrounding the AERCO direct-fired Benchmark 6000 boiler. The course covers component overview and troubleshooting, maintenance, control systems, and combustion calibration. The class is 60% classroom training and 40% hands-on in the lab. Students will rotate in small groups through several workstations, reinforcing in a hands-on format, the topics presented.

Students attending this course will receive a Certificate of Completion. This course does not carry any certification.

KC1000 and Legacy Benchmark - Site Personnel
Course number: 10004.01H - View Schedule

This course has been designed to familiarize the end user with the theory, operation and terminology surrounding AERCO direct-fired Benchmark legacy boilers such as the 1.5, 2.0, 3.0, as well as the KC1000 line of boilers and water heaters. The course covers component overview and troubleshooting, maintenance, control systems, and combustion calibration. The class is 60% classroom training and 40% hands-on in the lab. Students will rotate in small groups through several workstations, reinforcing in a hands-on format, the topics presented.

Students attending this course will receive a Certificate of Completion. This course does not carry any certification.

Modulex - Site Personnel
Course number: 10005.01H - View Schedule

This course has been designed to familiarize the end user with the theory, operation and terminology surrounding AERCO direct-fired Modulex boilers. The course covers component overview and troubleshooting, maintenance, control systems, and combustion calibration. The class is 60% classroom training and 40% hands-on in the lab. Students will rotate in small groups through several workstations, reinforcing in a hands-on format, the topics presented.

Students attending this course will receive a Certificate of Completion. This course does not carry any certification.

AM Series (Advanced Modular) - Site Personnel
Course number: 10006.01H - View Schedule

This course has been designed to familiarize the end user with the theory, operation and terminology surrounding AERCO direct-fired AM Series boilers and water heaters. The course covers component overview and troubleshooting, maintenance, control systems, and combustion calibration. The class is 60% classroom training and 40% hands-on in the lab. Students will rotate in small groups through several workstations, reinforcing in a hands-on format, the topics presented.

Students attending this course will receive a Certificate of Completion. This course does not carry any certification.

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