General Information

Little Red Schoolhouse

Mission

To provide solid, practical, training in topics that are important to the people of the hydronics and steam industry.

Continuing Education Units

As an IACET Accredited Provider, Xylem’s Bell & Gossett Little Red Schoolhouse offers CEUs for its programs that qualify under the ANSI/IACET Standard.
Many authorities recognize CEU credit for purposes of maintaining professional licensesIACET_2016
Xylem’s Bell & Gossett Little Red Schoolhouse is authorized by IACET to offer 1.7 CEUs for their standard programs.
You must complete the entire seminar to earn CEUs

Teaching Systems

We stress the systems concept
We do not teach product “features and benefits”
Our seminars are not sales pitches
Our design problems use actual R&CW Division products, pump curves, etc.
Our training has achieved a high degree of credibility in the industry

How to Enroll

To attend seminars, please contact the local representative in your area. They will have the scheduled dates for all seminars and will make all the arrangements for you. As a continuing service to the HVAC industry, these seminars are offered free of charge.

There is no advanced preparation for any of the seminars and all required materials are provided during the seminar. If a student has a laptop, they may bring it; however, it is not required.

Costs

No cost for seminars or materials
Travel and hotel costs are your responsibility
Lunches at the Schoolhouse are free.

Schoolhouse Facilities

State of the art audio-visual equipment
Steam, hydronics, and variable speed working demonstrations
Laptop computers are used in many of the design problems
– ESP™ Plus Equipment Selection Program
– System Syzer®

Little Red Schoolhouse seminars often include a tour of manufacturing facilities. For your safety, we request that you bring some sturdy, closed-toe shoes to wear on the day of the tour. We cannot allow you to tour the manufacturing site in open-toed shoes or sandals.