ATEA Best Practice Call will be hosted by Eugene Silberstein, lead author of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology, and Director of Technical Education and Standards, ESCO Institute. He has also served as the subject matter expert and wrote the production scripts for over thirty education videos directly relating to our industry.
The call, which is a virtual meeting, is Tuesday May 26 7:00 pm Central-- please adjust for your time zone. The access code for the call will be sent 24 hours prior to all registrants.
In the call you will get strategies on how to successfully confirm that an HVACR student has mastered the hands-on techniques that must be performed in the field. Practical, hands-on evaluations must be conducted.
As HVACR faculty find themselves in the difficult situation created by the pandemic, decisions must be made regarding how to ensure that program completers are qualified to enter the workforce. In this session, Eugene Silberstein, will discuss some methods that can be used to ensure that the physical abilities of students are adequately evaluated before granting them program credentials.
The call format will be:
Thank you to Eugene Silberstein and ESCO for hosting the call.
If you have questions or would like ATEA to invite others to register for the call, email Sandra Krebsbach, ATEA Executive Director, firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a voice mail at 612-381-3315.
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