The Florida Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Contractors Affiliation (FRACCA) hosted their 2022 “Level UP!” Instructional Conference at the Florida Hotel and Conference Center in Orlando, FL on March 16 -18, 2022. The once-a-year function brings together an chance for contractors to earn 14 CEU credits towards their license prerequisites with networking, a seller trade show and awards presentations recognizing the achievements of sector associates from during the point out.
Day a person of the conference showcased a profitability class carried out by most effective-advertising writer and business enterprise coach Ruth King. Ruth has a knack for serving to business proprietors recognize financials, then utilize their understanding to gasoline growth, profits and earnings. Attendees earned 4 CEU credits for finishing the class. Ruth also presented the “Rocket Your Profits” training course in the course of the second day of the conference, checking out the basis of a suitable maintenance application, money and hard cash movement, recognizing a company’s benefit and how to make and keep a line of credit score for a business enterprise.
Day two classes covered Contractor Regulation and Licensing offered by Trent Cotney and Tray Batcher of Adams and Reese Environment Expectations for Car Management by Don Duckworth of Business Fleet Management the worth of teaching techs to have an understanding of the tests approach and take a look at results concerning duct leakage by Bryan Orr of Kalos Services and Jim Bergmann of measureQuick and how to regulate the price of Worker’s Payment by Trenton Lash of Federated Insurance policy.
Trent and Tray presented a Florida legislative update for the duration of the working day two luncheon which also featured the induction of FRACCA officers and delegates and an awards presentation. A highlight was Paul Stehle of Climatic Conditioning staying named receiver of the 2022 Higher than and Outside of Leadership Award.
Day two concluded with a St. Patrick’s Day Presidential Gala and Tradeshow, a question and respond to panel featuring Ruth King, Jim Bergmann and Rick Sims and moderated by Bryan Orr and a raffle for prizes donated by the attending suppliers.
Bob Cochell, President of Gulf Coastline Air Systems in Tampa and avid supporter and advocate for Florida’s HAVCR marketplace, offered a class on the EPA’s new refrigerant laws and a course covering an array of adjustments made to the 2020 Florida Building code on day a few of the conference. Carter Stanfield, co-writer of Fundamentals of HVACR, delivered his insights on Workforce improvement and flammable refrigerants during his two periods. A training course on tax scheduling for 2022 was presented by Dr. Shawn Powell Joseph and Dennis Harrelson, The Future of the HVAC Market course was hosted by Bryan Orr and Robert Orr of Kalos Solutions and Austin Bass and Trenton Lash of Federated Insurance plan concluded the day’s classes focusing on S.A.F.E. (Speed. Interest, Tiredness and Emotion) driving can be managed to lower driving crashes and fatalities.
“We thank all people that participated for producing this year’s convention profitable,” FRACCA Executive director mentioned. “The stages of electricity and engagement demonstrated by the attendees, instructors and vendors was interesting to witness and knowledge. We are by now wanting forward to an additional great party up coming year.”
For details on sponsoring or supporting subsequent year’s Academic Conference and other FRACCA pursuits, get hold of Paula Huband by emailing
Paula.Huband@FRACCAAir.com or contacting 407-260-206.
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