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RPA Members to Receive 5 Percent Discount on RPA University Courses


The Radiant Professionals Alliance (RPA) is excited to announce that its members will now receive a 5 percent discount on all RPA University online courses. The discount begins with the two courses being offered for the winter 2015 session.

RPA University is a place to engage more deeply with some of the most talented experts in the industry. Courses are delivered online with heavy instructor involvement. This format allows instructors to go deeper than is possible in a short workshop and allows for more consistent, high-quality training opportunities.

The first course, Solar Approaches to Radiant Heating, will run from Jan. 26 to March 6 and will be led by Vaughan Woodruff. Students will learn how to integrate solar into radiant heating projects during the intensive six-week course. At the end of the course, students will design a full system, including drawings, calculations and equipment selection, and will receive expert feedback so that they will have the confidence to do the designs on their clients’ projects. Online registration, as well as the full course outline.

Dave Yates will teach the second course, Fundamentals of Radiant Design, from Feb. 2 to March 13. Students will receive state-of-the-art information about radiant heating technologies to get a leg up on the competition. To register or view the full course outline.

“We are very pleased to be offering this discount to our members,” said RPA Executive Director Mark Eatherton. “The offer provides even more incentive to take advantage of the wonderful opportunity to learn from – and work with – experts in the radiant industry.”

For more information about RPA University, please call (800) 393-2044.

The RPA’s mission is to provide superior leadership in the industry and foster the awareness of radiant and hydronic technologies in order to “Grow Radiant.” The RPA is a national chapter of IAPMO, representing the radiant and hydronic industry.

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