Chris Noonan, a member of the Tarrant County Community College faculty, will be presenting to a National audience of career and technical educators.
The Tarrant County Community College “TCC”, Center of Excellence for Energy Technology has been recognized as a blueprint for leading Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration “HVACR” schools to emulate.
Having launched a successful program, other schools from around the country have expressed interest in learning about the TCC Center of Excellence for Energy Technology, as a model to build more world class HVACR programs.
This session will be conducted at the National HVACR Educators and Trainers Conference, for HVACR instructors from across North America. During this session he will discuss “How to Take your HVACR Program to the Next level”. Mr. Noonan will help attendees understand how to analyze their current program by identifying and analyzing strategic areas. Additionally, he will discuss how to get key stakeholder involvement (students, faculty, administration, advisory committee) along with identifying and prioritizing short and long-term goals.
The HVAC Excellence team would like to thank Tarrant County Community College for their support of career and technical education, and sharing their expertise.
Learn more about the Tarrant County Community College “TCC”, Center of Excellence for Energy Technology by attending the National HVACR Educators and Trainers Conference.