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12:00 p.m. - 1:15 p.m.
CEU Value 0.2
Lunch and General Session
Grand Ballroom B
A Look at the Impact of Mentorship on the Realization of Student Potential
William Artis, Daikin Manufacturing
This discussion will cover the insight he has gained in the "mentee/instructor" role, as well as
how mentorship has influenced him to look at the role of the instructor on a student’s career.
Carbon Monoxide Safety Leadership Award
Robert Dwyer CSME, Carbon Monoxide Safety Association
One person in education can make a difference. An entire community is actively involved in
carbon monoxide safety awareness and training due to the leadership of one person. This
award will be presented for leadership and vision in curriculum development, community, and
adult education training in carbon monoxide safety.
1:15 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Exposition, Prizes
Grand Ballroom A
The exposition is a must attend event to learn about the latest innovations in: equipment, tools,
test instruments, software, controls, refrigerants, recovery machines, curriculum, chemicals,
tool kits, certifications, educational trainers, and meet with companies that can extend your job
placement locally and nationally. Exhibitors will be giving away thousands of dollars worth of
prizes; you must be present when your name is called to win!
2:45 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.
CEU Value 0.2
The 4 Main Solar Thermal Design Issues for Training HVACR Professionals
Tom Lane, ECS Solar
Sonoma Room A
Solar thermal heating is one of the most efficient forms of solar heat collection technology.
Drawing from foundations in heating, construction, mechanical design, and fluid dynamics,
HVAC professionals are in a unique position to advance quickly in this field with the addition of
specialized product specific training in solar thermal technology. In this session Mr. Lane will
address operational steps needed to launch a solar thermal technology education program and
the support services available to integrate a solar thermal program into an existing HVAC train-
ing program.
Utilizing the Digital Age to Teach a Technical Curriculum
Michael Chandlee, Goodman Manufacturing
Sonoma Room B
Learn how to use today’s methods, tools, and techniques to teach a technical curriculum. Mr.
Chandlee will show attendees how to create engaging PowerPoints, use digital technologies,
expand their use of online materials and how to use interactive software in the classroom.
Tuesday April 1, 2014
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