ATE Central

ATE Events — January 2020


(4 days)

Laney College900 Fallon StOaklandCA94607United States

The Institute is designed for community and technical college faculty members to learn about new skill standards, tools, and how to infuse energy management curriculum into existing HVAC, environmental controls, or building performance programs.

The institute will cover the following key topics:

  • New skill standards for high-performance building technicians
  • Latest in building technology and tools from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL)
  • Project/problem-based learning applied to lab and capstone exercises
  • Tour of a local facility guided by the building manager

Community and technical college faculty who teach in building operations-related programs are encouraged to apply. If selected as a participant, you will be asked to develop a work plan and commit to its implementation at your college. 

This workshop is FREE for faculty who are approved to attend, generally one per college. BEST Center will cover air and ground transportation, meals, and hotel costs. Participants will be asked to arrive in the afternoon on Monday, January 6 in time for the Tuesday morning institute start time and depart no earlier than the afternoon of Friday, January 10. 

(3 days)

38 Beach Lagoon RdFernandina BeachFL32034United States

The AACC John E. Roueche Future Leaders Institute, or Roueche-FLI, is an innovative leadership seminar designed for mid-level community college administrators who want to be leaders in their current positions or who are ready to move into a higher level of leadership. These individuals are currently in positions that are responsible for multiple employees, including faculty, administrators and/or staff and probably have titles such as Vice President, Dean, Associate Dean, Professor, Associate Professor or Director.