ATE Central

As the Energy industry continues to grow at an exponential rate, so does the need for highly trained educators and trainers who possess both the technical skills needed to understand building sciences and the teaching skills to effectively teach the next generation of Energy practitioners. Each participant will be given resources that they can use in their own classes along with some hands on experience deploying dataloggers, analyzing energy usage, basic energy auditing and using calculations to document energy savings. Class size is limited to 15 people per year to encourage active participation and ensure plenty of opportunity for individual questions. We provide plenty of opportunities to ask questions of Lane Community College instructors. Instructors will include in their presentations how they run classes, sample projects, example materials, typical assignments as well as examples of what’s worked and what hasn’t.

Type:
  • Workshop
ATE Area:
  • Agricultural and Environmental Technologies
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