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Women in Energy Conference Connects, Empowers, and Honors Industry Professionals

A record number of attendees joined Women in Energy for their annual conference from May 19-20, 2019 in Hershey, PA. The conference theme was “Connecting, Empowering, and Succeeding” and it featured a motivating educational program, as well as networking opportunities. On Sunday evening, Women in Energy presented its first Mentorship Awards to Dee Perla, Celeste Moquin, and Autumn Schreiber. The goal of this award is to invest in our industry’s future by providing students with… Read More

HVAC Excellence Call for Presenters

HVAC Excellence announces it Call for Presenters for the 2020 National HVACR Educators and Trainers Conference,being held March 23-25, 2020 in Las Vegas, NV. Subject matter experts are invited to submit a presentation proposal that helps HVACR instructors become more effective instructors. The areas of interest include, but are not limited to: Manufacturer Training Teaching Techniques / Delivery Methodologies Emerging Technologies Refrigeration and Refrigerants Effects of Installation and Equipment Operation Recruitment, Placement… Read More

2019 Women in Energy Conference: Connecting, Empowering and Succeeding

The fourth annual Women in Energy Conference is being held at the Hershey Lodge and Conference Center, Hershey, Pennsylvania, May 19-20.Women in Energy is committed to providing the tools needed to lead and succeed. The Hershey Lodge and Convention Center, site of the 2019 Women in Energy Conference. Registration options include: full conference, single day rate, or keynote speaker/dinner only ticket. Discounted conference rates are available for Women in Energy members. The WiE conference kicks… Read More

HVACR Education – Teaching the Unknown

How can HVACR instructors prepare students/technicians for the unknown? This is a challenge facing HVACR instructors today. Technological advances in the HVACR industry are moving at an alarmingly rate of change, requiring HVACR instructors to continually adapt to keep the training they offer aligned with what the industry now requires from successful field technicians. One very real challenge facing the industry is that HVACR instructors must now teach technologies that they themselves never encountered… Read More
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