TAB Control Systems
Verification Course

TAB Control Systems
Verification Course

Welcome to EAB Training!

We’re thrilled to embark on this journey together! This page serves as your comprehensive guide to all the essential information you need before attending EAB Training.

As always, if you have any other questions, please reach out to our Training Center Manager, Derek Glenn, at dglenn@eabcoinc.com.

What's Included in the Course?

– 3 Days of Instruction and Hands-on Training

– Resource Materials

– Instrumentation Instruction

– Daily Breakfast and Lunch

– 12 AABC CEUs

What's Included in the Course?

– 5 Days of Instruction and Hands-on Training

– Resource Materials

– Instrumentation Instruction

– Daily Breakfast and Lunch

– 12 AABC CEUs

What Should I Bring
to EAB Training?

Please bring:

– Calculator
– Safety Glasses
– Safety Gloves

What Should I Bring
to EAB Training?

Please bring:

– Calculator
– Safety Glasses
– Safety Gloves

What About Meals
and Snacks?

Breakfast, lunch, and snacks will be included for EAB Training Students.

Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions.

Email Derek Glenn at dglenn@eabcoinc.com.

What About Meals
and Snacks?

Breakfast, lunch, and snacks will be included for EAB Training Students.

Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions.

Email Derek Glenn at dglenn@eabcoinc.com.

Control Systems Verification Course

TAB Control Systems Verification

The TAB Control Systems Verification course is a blended learning experience that combines traditional classroom instruction with practical training and problem-solving challenges. Classroom instruction is an essential component of the course as it provides the foundational knowledge of control theory, networking, programming, sensor types, control devices, calibration, sequence verification, safety devices, and circuits. Practical training, aided by custom workstations emulating an HVAC system, reinforces students’ foundational knowledge. Problem-solving challenges, during the practical exercises and assigned in the daily homework, help students develop critical thinking and analytical skills which are essential for a TAB professional’s success. The goal of the TAB Control Systems Verification course is to provide students with practical skills that make them job-ready to conduct control systems verification requirements of Total System Balancing of basic HVAC systems found in commercial and institutional buildings.

Prerequisites: TAB Fundamentals and TAB Basic Air & Water Systems courses with 3-5 years of TAB experience; participants must have a thorough understanding of HVAC equipment and components, TAB procedures, and system design intent.
Classroom Instruction Time: 12 Hours
Hands-On Instruction Time: 8 Hours
AABC Continuing Education Credits: 12 Hours
This course develops the following skills:
  • Recognize basic control concepts and signals

  • Manipulate and test various types of sensors and outputs

  • Explain and test safety devices and circuits

  • Demonstrate point verification procedures

  • Apply control point troubleshooting techniques

  • Identify sensor calibration procedures

  • Practice control sequence verification procedures

Prerequisites: TAB Fundamentals and TAB Basic Air & Water Systems courses with 3-5 years of TAB experience; participants must have a thorough understanding of HVAC equipment and components, TAB procedures, and system design intent.
Classroom Instruction Time: 12 Hours
Hands-On Instruction Time: 8 Hours
AABC Continuing Education Credits: 12 Hours

Upcoming Dates

  • April 8, 2024 - April 10, 2024 

  • June 3, 2024 - June 5, 2024 

  • October 28, 2024 - October 30, 2024 

The class schedule is as follows.
Day 1: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Day 2: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Day 3: 7:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Breakfast and lunch provided.

Learn More

To learn more about our training programs or to register to attend, please contact our Training Center Manager, Derek Glenn.

Contact Our Training Center Manager

TAB Control Systems Verification

The TAB Control Systems Verification course is a blended learning experience that combines traditional classroom instruction with practical training and problem-solving challenges. Classroom instruction is an essential component of the course as it provides the foundational knowledge of control theory, networking, programming, sensor types, control devices, calibration, sequence verification, safety devices, and circuits. Practical training, aided by custom workstations emulating an HVAC system, reinforces students’ foundational knowledge. Problem-solving challenges, during the practical exercises and assigned in the daily homework, help students develop critical thinking and analytical skills which are essential for a TAB professional’s success. The goal of the TAB Control Systems Verification course is to provide students with practical skills that make them job-ready to conduct control systems verification requirements of Total System Balancing of basic HVAC systems found in commercial and institutional buildings.

Prerequisites: TAB Fundamentals and TAB Basic Air & Water Systems courses with 3-5 years of TAB experience; participants must have a thorough understanding of HVAC equipment and components, TAB procedures, and system design intent.
Classroom Instruction Time: 12 Hours
Hands-On Instruction Time: 8 Hours
AABC Continuing Education Credits: 12 Hours
This course develops the following skills:
  • Recognize basic control concepts and signals

  • Manipulate and test various types of sensors and outputs

  • Explain and test safety devices and circuits

  • Demonstrate point verification procedures

  • Apply control point troubleshooting techniques

  • Identify sensor calibration procedures

  • Practice control sequence verification procedures

Prerequisites: TAB Fundamentals and TAB Basic Air & Water Systems courses with 3-5 years of TAB experience; participants must have a thorough understanding of HVAC equipment and components, TAB procedures, and system design intent.
Classroom Instruction Time: 12 Hours
Hands-On Instruction Time: 8 Hours
AABC Continuing Education Credits: 12 Hours

Upcoming Dates

  • April 8, 2024 - April 10, 2024 

  • June 3, 2024 - June 5, 2024 

  • October 28, 2024 - October 30, 2024 

The class schedule is as follows.
Day 1: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Day 2: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Day 3: 7:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Breakfast and lunch provided.

Learn More

To learn more about our training programs or to register to attend, please contact our Training Center Manager, Derek Glenn.

Contact Our Training Center Manager

Daily Agenda

Daily Agenda

Day One

7:30 am

Breakfast and Welcome

BAS Systems and Components

Binary Inputs/ Outputs/ Relays / Workbench Hands On

12:00 pm

Lunch

Analog Inputs/Outputs Workbench Hands On

BAS Workbench Configuration Hands On

5:00 pm

Homework

Day Two

7:30 am

Breakfast and Homework Review

Ladder Logic, Safety Circuits

Relays and Safeties

Safety Relay Wiring Hands On

PID Loops and VFD Wiring

12:00 pm

Lunch

Sequences of Operations/State Tables

Point to Point/Calibration

VAV Box Start Up and Commissioning

5:00 pm
Homework

Day Three

7:30 am

Breakfast and Homework Review

VAV AHU Start-up and Commissioning

12:00 pm

Lunch & Dismissal

Day Four

7:30 am

Breakfast and Welcome

Rotational Speed Hands On

8:30 am

Lunch

AHU & RTU Data and Submittals Hands On

Water Systems

Pump Laws

Air Terminal Units

4:30 pm
Homework

Day Five

8:30 am

Breakfast and Welcome

Hydronics Hands On

5:00 pm
Lunch & Dismissal

Your TAB Professional Control Systems Verification Training Instructors

At EAB, our team of experts are uniquely equipped to train the next generation of TAB Professionals.

Justin Garner

Vice President
Branch Manager

Derek Glenn

Training Center Manager

Spencer Kelley

Laboratory Supervisor
Training Instructor

Chris Stevenson

Training Instructor

Getting Here

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Address

604 Spring Hill Dr Ste 140, Spring, TX 77386

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