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OPEN ENROLLMENT COURSES

Your training solution for a few employees to learn fundamentals.

Only have a few employees who need fundamental training? CECO partners with industry–wide organizations to offer open enrollment courses throughout the year that will meet your needs.

Date Location Course
TBD - Mid to late August or September Houston, TX Combustion Characteristics
(32 Professional Development hours)
Schedule: Monday through Thursday, 8:00am–4:30pm
Location: Compressor Engineering Corporation Corporate Office
(5440 Alder Drive Houston, TX 77081, located 2 minutes from the Galleria)
Fee: $1,500.00 (snacks/coffee/soft drinks & workbooks are included)
Registration: Email Kathryn Hyden (khyden@cecoemissions.com) or call 800.836.7333
Course: This course covers all aspects of combustion and emissions, with a primary focus on troubleshooting operating changes on a variety of reciprocating engines – two stroke cycle (2SC) and four–stroke cycle (4SC) engines, as well as naturally aspirated 4SC engines used as generators. Designed for all job classifications involved with the operation, repair, analysis, engineering and supervision of reciprocating engines, attendees of this course will receive instruction covering peak firing pressure (PFP), mean effective pressure (MEP) exhaust temperatures, turbocharger speed, fuel consumption and emissions.
TBD - Mid to late August or September Houston, TX Compressor Characteristics
(24 Professional Development hours)
Schedule: Monday through Wednesday, 8:00am–4:30pm
Location: Compressor Engineering Corporation Corporate Office
(5440 Alder Drive Houston, TX 77081, located 2 minutes from the Galleria)
Fee: $1,200.00 (snacks/coffee/soft drinks & workbooks are included)
Registration: Email Kathryn Hyden (khyden@cecoemissions.com) or call 800.836.7333
Course: Compressor Characteristics outfits operators with knowledge that enables them to troubleshoot compressor operating changes and improve unit operations. THe classroom training provides a comprehensive study of reciprocating compressors, thermodynamic and gas laws, and the effect of unloading devices on gas compression, with a focus on the deciphering of horsepower curves. This allows students to understand horsepower curves, how to read them, and how to use them to improve unit operations.