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BAS Programming Fundamentals is designed to teach students how to program from scratch. In this course students will learn how to use design patterns to rapidly develop programs. Students will also learn how to use design patterns to "reverse engineer" existing programs.
This course is designed for BAS technicians, operators, designers, programmers, and service personnel who want to learn how to program BAS control sequences and troubleshoot existing BAS programs.
Awareness of the parts and pieces of BAS. Basic knowledge of HVAC control sequence concepts. 1 years of field experience or equivalent.
This course will focus on using graphical programming software to develop building automation programs. Some of the key topics this course will focus on are:
Completion of all video lessons and successfully passing the course final exam with a score of 90% or greater.
Receive a certificate of completion and your name will be added to the certification database.
"This was the first and only course I found that teaches the mindset to approach programming. I went from programming nothing to programming, chillers from sequences, in weeks."
Here are some of the most common questions our students ask prior to enrolling in the course.
The class is online and self-paced. As soon as you enroll you will have life long access to the course!
All of our videos are available on our course website which is supported by the best-in-class online training platform Thinkific. You will be able to watch the course videos online or download the course videos/audio to consume the content offline.
No, as soon as the course opens you will have full access to all of the modules. There will be a series of e-mails we send out with suggested timelines but if you want to consume the entire course over a couple of days you are more than welcome to do so.
If you have a question we haven't answered here please send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 262-441-1991 with your question, we'd love to answer it.
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