About RSES Training
RSES publishes various comprehensive industry training and reference materials in addition to delivering superior educational programs designed to benefit HVACR professionals at every stage of their careers – from those new to the HVACR world, to industry veterans wanting to improve their skills and knowledge. RSES training covers all aspects of the HVACR industry, beginning with simple theory and extending to complex troubleshooting.
Training can be conducted conveniently online through RSES eLearning, or through local Chapters, company training facilities, schools, and self-study.
Overview of Electricity Courses
Workers in the HVACR industry make a living working with and around electricity during the installation, maintenance and repair of both high and low voltage systems. As such, RSES publishes a comprehensive series of manuals designed to teach individuals the fundamental concepts of electricity as they pertain to the HVACR industry as well as a thorough understanding of electrical components, electronics, and troubleshooting components.
Within the entire series, participants will study the major components of HVACR equipment with instruction related to basic electronics, troubleshooting components, reading schematics and troubleshooting residential equipment utilizing basic procedures commonly used in servicing the electrical systems of residential and light commercial HVACR equipment.
Training Products Available
Click on the titles below to view course details including table of contents, learning objectives and cost. Manuals are available in both hard copy and electronic format.
Electricity for HVACR Technicians
Introduction to Electricity
Troubleshooting Residential Equipment
Electricity for HVACR Technicians is available online!
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Instructor Supplementary Material
Instructor editions for the printed publications are available. Instructor editions include the student manual as well as an instructor supplement which includes answers to the
Lesson Review Questions (LRQs) and the location of the answers in the text.
for further details.
CEUs and NATE CEHs
Many of the RSES courses are North American Technician Excellence (NATE) recognized, providin
technicians with the opportunity to earn continuing education hours in addition to continuing education units. Please review the manual descriptions for further details on CEUs and CEHs.
College Credit from Pennsylvania College of Technology
RSES has entered into an articulation agreement with The Pennsylvania State University affiliate, Pennsylvania College of Technology, based in Williamsport, Pa., that provides college credit for students who have completed RSES training courses.
Under the agreement, Pennsylvania College of Technology will grant 53 credits for successful completion of specified RSES training courses toward a Bachelor of Science major in Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning Design Technology from its School of Construction & Design Technologies.
For additional information, visit
Pennsylvania College of Technology agreement
Where can I get training and/or take the course?
Training courses are conducted through the local RSES Chapters. View the RSES
to find scheduled courses in your area or
to obtain course information in your area.
Many of the RSES courses are also available by self study.
Need more information?
For further information on RSES training products please call RSES headquarters at 800/297-5660 or 847/297-6464, or e-mail us at
1911 Rohlwing Road, Suite A
Rolling Meadows, IL
Toll Free Phone: 800/297-5660
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