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8:30 A.M. - 10:00 A.M.

CEU Value 0.2

Connecting with Millennials Through Technology

Presented by: Richard Benkowski of the United Association

Location: Legacy North 1

Blended learning no longer satisfies the fast-paced, head-turning, rapid-eye-moving futuristic learning process

required to engage and retain today's best and brightest applicants to our programs. Education is not like an

assembly line or manufacturing facility and no one believes that one must have a fast food model in our

approach. Set the stage to energize your students to engage and learn. What triggers learning? This

session provides the solution! This session will cover some interactive, "millennial-friendly" technologies and

methods that can be easily integrated into your delivery to strengthen the bonds among you, your students

and the material.

The Future of Refrigerants

Presented by: Dr. Charles Allgood of Chemours

Location: Legacy North 2

This session will review recent regulatory changes impacting refrigerants and the implications to the HVACR

industry. New and recent low GWP HFO refrigerant solutions for both low and medium temperature

refrigeration applications and A/C applications will be discussed in this evolving landscape of product

transitions. Thermodynamic properties and product performance data, including energy performance will be

reviewed.

Soft Skills for the Future Workforce

Presented by: Steve Coscia of Coscia Communications

Location: Legacy South 1

The future workforce will require soft skills such as teamwork, a positive attitude, personal accountability,

being on time and listening, just to name a few. Attend this session and get practical classroom ideas for how

to teach soft skills and customer service.

Troubleshooting Variable Air Volume Systems

Presented by: Ron Auvil of American Technical Publishers

Location: Legacy South 2

Variable Air Volume (VAV) systems are the most common type of mechanical system used in large

commercial buildings today. HVAC Technicians must be familiar with troubleshooting tools and techniques for

these systems. This seminar will utilize hands-on simulations to show the most common troubleshooting

techniques and scenarios.

Monday, March 27, 2017