In this article, I would like to keep the momentum going by tackling the critical issue of what steps trade schools should be taking to educate and train our industry’s future technicians and installers so they can hit the ground running as soon as they graduate.
The need for more HVACR technicians was one of the issues that took center stage at the recent 2015 HVACR & Mechanical Conference for Education Professionals, where industry educators attended three days of seminars, classes, and networking events designed to foster collaboration within the industry.
Free Registration Is Being Sponsored by the HVACR Workforce Development Foundation
December 3, 2014
Free registration for the HVACR & Mechanical Conference for Education Professionals is now available for the 2015 conference, to help instructors of training and apprenticeship programs in HVACR and water heating to learn the latest technological advancements and improve their training and teaching skills.
The 2013 Educators & Trainers Spring catalog contains information on industry certifications, training manuals, and training packages that will simplify the task of educating and training HVACR and energy-efficiency/building-performance students and service personnel.
In mid-March, HVACR instructors from around the country gathered at the scenic Cheyenne Mountain Resort for the 17th annual HVACR & Mechanical Workshop for Education Professionals. What was so historic about this event?
The Ferris State University HVACR Program is sponsoring its third Regional Instructor Workshop. HVACR instructors will have the opportunity to learn about Ferris and the opportunities for continuing education available to their students. In addition, HVACR industry partners will present a variety of technical sessions.