ACCA's System Design Courses Approved as Initial Georgia Licensing Courses

August 9, 2017

ACCA, the Air Conditioning Contractors of America, announced that its Residential Design for Quality Installation course and its Commercial Design for Quality Installation course have received approval from the Georgia Board of Construction Industry Licensing, Division of Conditioned Air Contractors, as courses that meet the requirements for initial licensure.

For contractors to receive credit for these courses, they will need to successfully complete either the in-person or online course, and submit their certificate to the Georgia Board of Construction Industry Licensing, Division of Conditioned Air Contractors.

“ACCA strives to provide contractors with the training they need to be successful in their business,” said Paul T. Stalknecht, ACCA president and CEO. “By Georgia approving these courses for their initial licensure process, it shows they are committed to having contractors follow industry standards. We are pleased to be working with Georgia and will continue to seek out opportunities with other states to get our courses approved for licensing programs.”

ACCA’s Residential and Commercial Design for Quality Installation Courses are also approved for NATE and Ohio state continuing education units (CEUs), and the residential course is approved for BPI CEUs.

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ACCA is a non-profit association serving more than 60,000 professionals and 4,000 businesses in the indoor environment and energy services community. Our member firms are the nation's most professional contracting businesses, serving residential and commercial customers in every state. With roots stretching back a century, ACCA was incorporated in its present form nearly 50 years ago. Today, ACCA sets the standards for quality comfort systems, provides leading-edge education for contractors and their employees, and fights for the interests of professional contractors throughout the nation. Learn more about ACCA here.