HARDI Improves E-Learning Content

BY Liz Rock
12/13/2018 - HVAC News , HVAC Employment

HARDI Training Specialist Liz Rock discusses the new HVAC course curriculum available to members on our HEAT.U e-learning platform.

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HARDI has been hard at work revamping and improving our learning portal ‘HEAT.U’. We have retired all of our older, less-engaging content and replaced it with much more applicable videos. We also have new course content created by Real World HVAC, which have authored 6 new HVAC courses. These courses include the most recent HVACR science and ACCA manual information. These new HVAC courses provide a great opportunity to learn how your employees can have better conversations between contractors and wholesalers while on the job.

HARDI has also made the enrollment process much more simplified. We are now offering a way for institute admins (you!) to facilitate your own employees’ enrollments without contacting HARDI. We are also offering a yearly-based subscription instead of the a-la-carte course option. Once enrolled in the yearly subscription — your learners will have access to the entire HEAT.U course library. This opens up the portal for more learning opportunities without extra cost. Both of these enhancements will save a lot of time and give you more control in your learners’ success.

As an organization, it is imperative to forecast for the future of your operations. One way to accomplish this is to make employee development and training a top priority. We heard from our members the need to have their own custom learning portals. You can now customize our training portal page by adding your company’s logo, color scheme, login page and custom dashboard content.

Do you want to be able to create quality customizable & actionable e-learning content? Do you also want to deploy, maintain and improve the e-learning that you have spent so much time and effort to develop?

Contact hardimail@hardinet.org with more information on how to get any of these processes started.

This article was published in the December 2018 Thermostatus newsletter.