NADCA’s Fall Technical Conference Goes Virtual for 2020

The National Air Duct Cleaners Association—also known as the HVAC Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Association—is holding its Fall Technical Conference virtually on Oct. 2-3.

Generally a hands-on learning conference, this annual event is popular with air duct-cleaning technicians at every level. The new virtual format promises all the education and technical insight from industry experts that attendees have come to expect from NADCA events, at a tremendous cost savings.

Technicians looking to earn their Air Systems Cleaning Specialist certification will have the opportunity to participate in the training course on Friday, Oct. 2. Those who have already obtained their ASCS and are interested in pursuing their Certified Ventilation Inspector certification can register for the CVI training course, also offered on Oct 2. Both sessions will be live, with interactive Q&A opportunities.

The virtual event also will offer a robust educational program, with industry expert-led sessions featuring topics like microbial threat considerations in HVAC systems, ventilation inspections, high-velocity duct systems, containment in healthcare facilities and more.

The conference also provides attendees with the opportunity to gain all of the continuing education credits necessary for certification renewals.

To register or learn more, visit NADCA.com/fall-tech.