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2015 HVAC Excellence Educators and Trainers Conference

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

7:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

Registration

2nd Floor Mezzanine

8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

CEU Value 0.4

Technology: the Great, the Good and the Evil

Dr. Christopher Molnar, Curriculum Director, Porter and Chester Institutes

Legacy North 1

Using a successful model, this session will show how to modernize and standardize a curriculum

by implementing tablets, replacing paper with electronic, and implementing instructional

technology in a vocational program while increasing student involvement, soft skills, and

responsibility. The tablet has many more uses than just an e-book reader or a game machine,

it can make a difference in your classroom. Attendees will explore a model that can be followed

by others. Upon completion of this session attendees will have developed a game plan to bring

instructional technology into their HVAC programs and be able to anticipate and navigate some

of the obstacles to success.

8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

CEU Value 0.2

Educator Credentialing Exams

Bruce Nelson, CMHE, Accreditation Specialist, HVAC Excellence

Legacy North 2

To help attendees identify if they have the retained knowledge to effectively teach a subject or

if they need professional development, educator credentialing exams will be offered free of

charge. The areas of certification available include: air conditioning, light commercial

refrigeration, gas heat, heat pumps, electrical, light commercial air conditioning, electric heat,

oil heat and the capstone which covers educational methodologies.

Using Social Media to Extend Your Reach

Carter Stanfield, Co-Author, Fundamentals of Refrigeration

Legacy South 3

This session will cover the use of various forms of social media to extend your reach and allow

you to build a network with professionals from around the world. Actively engaging in social

media helps instructors build a network with their students, introduces students to a higher

level of professional discussion and resources than they can get at any one campus or location.

This session will involve a brief discussion of the basics for getting started in different types of

social media, some examples of things to avoid, some examples of successful strategies, and a

survey of social networking resources that instructors can plug into to get started.

Soft Skills Instructional Design for the Classroom

Steve Coscia, CSP, President, Coscia Communications

Forum 1 & 2 West

Need Soft Skills classroom resources? This session has them. Join Steve Coscia - Certified

Speaking Professional ® (CSP) in this lively and informative session. Learn the most

innovative soft skill instructional design activities based on the ALL-NEW 4

th

edition of

Steve’s Customer Service Handbook. Ignite your classroom. Expect a very lively and

refreshing presentation.