Our goal is to provide training that supports the career and business goals of our customers, and prepares today's professionals for tomorrow's challenges.


Trane offers a wealth of educational opportunities and resources for engineers, designers, contractors, technicians, engineering students and professors. Below you will find articles such as the Trane Engineers Newsletter to application manuals or training classes, and in-depth information on numerous topics from basic HVAC design and operation, to controls.

Our training classes, Trane Engineers Newsletter Live series or continuing education courses are taught by experienced and knowledgeable instructors and address a variety of topics such as general air conditioning, controls, building automation and system design. We offer on-site classroom training as well as interactive courses suited to a wide range of skills and expertise, from maintenance technicians through systems designers and engineers. Information here.



We are committed to supporting our industry with a continually improving educational programs and current topics. Our goal is to provide training that supports the career and business goals of our customers, and prepares today’s professionals for tomorrow’s challenges.



Boxed Lunch: 11 – 11:30 AM
ENL: 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Located in our Westpark Training Room


  • Wednesday, October 23 (Register Here)
    Air and Waterside Economizing
    This programs reviews air- and waterside economizing advantages, drawbacks and considerations when using one versus the other. ASHRAE Standards 90.1 requirements and exceptions will also be discussed.


  • Wednesday, November 13 (Register Here)
    Understanding Utility Rates for a Low-Carbon Future
    Customers will be exposed to the basics of demand charges and time-of-use rates, which can account for 50% or more of a customer’s monthly electric bill. Customers will be given the tools to make smarter decisions as to whether a conservation measure will meaningfully affect their bottom line.



Day 1
CITY MULTI Installation Essentials: This course provides an in-depth discussion of the techniques associated with properly installing commercial CITY MULTI systems. Instruction focuses on the best practices, limitations, and manufacturer’s requirements as they pertain to wiring, addressing, refrigerant piping, and equipment installation. This course is recommended for Installers. Laptop computers are required. Prerequisite: CITY MULTI Product Overview.


Day 2
CITY MULTI Control and System Setup: This course provides hands-on experience building systems using Diamond System Builder TM design software. Participants learn Mitsubishi Electric’s warranty process and the steps to register products once they have been installed. The concepts of integration and centralized control are discussed as well as the proper steps for system start-up. This course is recommended for Service Technicians and Installers. Laptop computers are required. Prerequisite: CITY MULTI Installation Essentials.


Day 3
CITY MULTI Service Essentials: This course provides an in-depth functional examination of system operation including both the electrical and refrigerant circuits. In addition, the resources and techniques to diagnose and troubleshoot CITY MULTI systems are discussed. Practical hands-on exercises to identify faults and repair select units reinforce the concepts covered. This course is recommended for Service Technicians. Laptop computers are required for this course. Prerequisite: CITY MULTI Installation Essentials and CITY MULTI Control and System Setup.


COURSE NOTES: This course requires a laptop (Windows-based 7, 8, or 10 laptops, iPads are not compatible) and installation of the following software: Diamond System Builder, Initial Settings Tool, Maintenance Tool Software, and Maintenance Tool Drivers.


8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Houston Training Center, 14521 Old Katy Rd., #100, Houston, TX, 77079, 832-460-7951
Cost is $480.00. RSVP here.


  • Upcoming Class Dates:
    October 22, 23, and 24
    November 19, 20, and 21
    December 3, 4, and 5

2019 AC CLINIC – September 4th – November 6th

The 2019 Trane A/C Clinic is a 10-week basic course, every Wednesday from 6:00-8:00 PM, in air conditioning theory and practice. The course is for anyone new to the industry, active in air conditioning, or someone who’s never had formal instruction in the basic principles, and it’s a good refresher course for service managers and supervisory personnel, too. Cost is $350.00 per person. Please email Leslie Hendrex ( for more information. Registration is closed for 2019



Trane offers factory training for commercial systems service, maintenance and operation.  These courses are designed to increase technician competence and confidence when servicing newer systems and controls. Our courses take place in a controlled laboratory environment, complete with fully operational Trane HVAC Systems, providing the ideal setting for the hands-on approach used in Trane Service Courses. Information here.



Building System and Controls training offers a comprehensive portfolio of technical courses to help you effectively monitor and coordinate your HVAC equipment and systems using your Trane building automation system. Information here.