Beginner Wrightsoft Manual J & D Interactive Web Class

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Beginner Wrightsoft Manual J & D Interactive Web Class

Time: July 8, 2014 from 9am to 6pm
Location: Internet
Website or Map: http://ManualJ.biz
Event Type: interactive, web, class
Organized By: David Marrs
Latest Activity: Jun 11, 2014

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Event Description

We will review over the practices of completing a basic heat load (Manual J) & Duct Layout/Duct Calculations (Manual D) using Wrightsoft software. We will design approximately 3-5 small houses.

Class is limited to 25 students.

To sign up visit http://ManualJ.biz/ ,click on Training and select the date that you would like to attend the class.

Class consists of a total of 8 hours of class time with (2) 15 minute Breaks & a 1 hour Lunch Break.

All classes are via the internet through a 3rd party Webinar host. Classes are very interactive, students are able to show their desktop screens to the class and able to control the Instructors screen. High speed internet & Speakers are required. A microphone is optional but helpful to interact with the class. Student must have Wrightsoft installed on their computer. Demo Version is acceptable.

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