We’re pleased to announce that we'll be hosting a 2 day face-to-face training course in Hong Kong from Thursday 21st - Friday 22nd June 2018.
IESVE can help you to design buildings which take into account various factors from building design to thermal properties helping to reduce the energy consumption of buildings, thereby making them sustainable and efficient.
The course will offer valuable and effective training in an interactive ‘hands-on’ format and is suitable for those who have little or no experience with the VE.
How much does it cost?
Early bird rate: 2000 HKD, per person
Standard rate: 2500 HKD, per person
Early bird rate ends 7th June 2018.
To book, please contact email@example.com. You will then be issued with an invoice for training. Please note your place will not be confirmed until full payment is received.
The training is subject to fulfilling a minimum sign up rate. This event may be subject to cancellation if there is insufficient attendees. Please read and agree to the IES Training T&Cs before booking any training. We would also advise you to not book any travel or accommodation until the event is confirmed.
Date/Time of Session
21 Jun 2018 09:00-17:00 HKT
> ModelIT - Master how to create the geometry of a 3D building model using a variety of techniques, edit the geometry and add glazing.
> SunCast - Create images and movies of the solar shading in and around the building and learn how to perform shading calculations.
> RadianceIES - Learn how to perform sophisticated internal and external luminance or illuminance daylight simulations, to generate 3D lighting images and to view daylighting levels or daylight factors within a building.
Date/Time of Session
22 Jun 2018 09:00-17:00 HKT
> ApacheSim - Create construction and thermal data within the VE and learn how to assign this data to the 3D building model. Learn how to perform dynamic thermal simulations/load calculations, and how to view results.
> Introduction to ApacheHVAC - Learn the basics of creating HVAC plant and control networks for a building.