TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
The 2018 ASPE Convention & Expo features 25 technical education sessions for those who pay the full registration fee. The sessions are designed to help plumbing industry professionals at all career levels learn new skills or refresh their design repertoire. Each session offers 0.125 CEUs that can be used for license and certification continuing education requirements.
|Design, Selection, & Beyond
|Tuesday, October 2
|Employing Best Practices in Commercial Rainwater Design
||Fabrication: The Dissection of Your Design
||Basics of Automatic Control Valves - ACVs
||Truth and Honor, Respecting the Engineer's Specification
||Legionella Risk Mitigation Strategies for the Plumbing Engineer (Panel Discussion)
|Bulk Oxygen Systems
||Avoiding Design and Installation Issues for Commercial Piping Systems
||Commercial and Multi-Family Tankless Water Heater Uses With Accessories
||Forensic Engineering/Expert Witness Testimony
||Hunter's Curve Panel (Panel Discussion)
|Wednesday, October 3
|Energy Efficiency in Compressed Commercial Piping Systems
||The Constructability of Your Design Part 1
||Efficient Pump Selection and Control
Hot Water Systems Design for Code Compliance
|LEED v4 - I Have a Project, Now What?
|Lab Water Design - A Case Study
||The Constructability of Your Design Part 2
||Emergency Showers & Eyewash Equipment – System Design Considerations for ANSI Z358.1 Compliance and Proper First Aid Response
||Grease Interceptors: Selection, Sizing, Installation & Maintenance
||Advances in Plumbing Design for Healthcare
|Domestic Hot Water Recirculation Systems Design – Self Balancing Valves and Problems with Flow Devices
||Keys to a Successful Construct-able Design
||Backflow Devices - What's the Difference?
||Designing PEX Plumbing Systems to Optimize Performance and Efficiency
||Current Trends In Medical Gas Design
Tuesday, October 2
3:15 - 7:00PM
Join us after the second day of the exposition for a factory tour of SyncroFlo. Attendees will be transported to the factory from the GWCC and earn 0.25 CEUs for participating. The tour includes a 1.5-hour discussion on design and proper installation of plumbing boosters followed by a 1-hour tour of the factory. Please note: the tour portion is not eligible for PDH credits for the states of Ohio, Florida, New York, North Carolina, and Louisiana. It is up to the individual in other states to determine if this is valid for PE renewal requirements. The shuttle bus leaves the GWCC at 3:15 pm and will return to the Omni and Hilton hotels around 7:00 pm. This tour will take place during the afternoon technical session on October 2 but attendees will earn CEUs for participating. Pre-registration and ticket required. Limited to 50 people.