Carrier Corporation will hosting a two-week heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) training program specifically designed for instructors at vocational schools, colleges/universities and high schools. Carrier’s annual Vocational Teacher’s HVAC Institute will be held from July 15-26, 2002, in Syracuse, NY. The Vocational Teacher’s HVAC Institute will provide instructors with 80 contact hours of training to strengthen and update their technical foundation in the HVAC field. While both mechanical and electrical fundamentals are reviewed, the program focuses on providing up-to-date information regarding the design, installation, servicing, and troubleshooting of HVAC equipment, as well as discussions about new products and industry issues. Instructors are introduced to a variety of teaching tools and materials that can be used to integrate current industry requirements into their curriculum. Each Institute attendee also receives free teaching materials – including the interactive CD-ROMs HVAC Refrigeration Cycle Troubleshooting (GT62-03); HVAC Electrical Troubleshooting (GT61-03A) and the new HVAC Performance Plus Troubleshooting Practice Series 1, as well as Windows™-based REZ-CALC: Computerized Cooling/Heating Load Estimate and REZ-OP Residential Annual Operating Cost Program software – valued at more than $1,000. The tuition for Carrier’s Vocational Teacher’s HVAC Institute is $1,800 per attendee for the two-week program. For more information about, or to register for the program, contact Carrier’s Bynum Training Center at 800/644-5544; e-mail contact.ctt@carrier.utc.com; or visit the Carrier’s Customer Training website at www.training.carrier.com.