Industrial Utility Efficiency

CAC Announces Upcoming 2024 Q1 and Q2 Training Schedule

The Compressed Air Challenge (CAC) has announced its training schedule for the first and second quarters of 2024. It includes sessions on "Fundamentals of Compressed Air Systems," "Advanced Management of Compressed Air Systems," and a new offering "Compressed Air System Assessment & Project Development." These trainings are available both in-person and as webinars, offering flexibility for participants. Notably, sessions are scheduled at the University of Utah campus and several dates are set for webinars. Additionally, AirMaster+ Specialist Qualification training is planned for later in the year. For detailed information on dates, locations, and how to attend these sessions, visit the Compressed Air Challenge's training calendar at www.compressedairchallenge.org/calendar

Advanced Management of Compressed Air Systems - Webinar
March 4 - 7, 11 am to 3:00 pm ET - Click here to register

Fundamentals of Compressed Air Systems - Webinar 
March 26 - 27, 11 am to 3:00 pm ET - Click here to register

Advanced Management of Compressed Air Systems - In-Person - Utah
April 9-10, 8 am to 4:30 pm - Click here to register

Fundamentals of Compressed Air Systems - Webinar 
May 14 - 15 11 am to 3:00 pm ET - Click here to register

Advanced Management of Compressed Air Systems - Webinar
June 24 - 77, 11 am to 3:00 pm ET - Click here to register

 

About the CAC

The Compressed Air Challenge is a collaborative initiative involving various industry groups, manufacturers, distributors, facility operators, consultants, and government agencies. It focuses on providing educational resources, training, and practical guidance to improve the performance and efficiency of compressed air systems. CAC aims to help industries reduce operating costs and improve productivity by optimizing compressed air systems. The CAC's initiatives has contributed significantly to energy savings and operational efficiency in industries reliant on compressed air systems. For more information, you can visit the Compressed Air Challenge website www.compressedairchallenge.org.