Planning for Success

Carter Stanfield, Pearson Author

This session will focus on program planning to improve your student's chances of success. Subjects such as program course scheduling, course flow sheets, and lab management will be covered.

Approximately 54 minutes.

This session will be released for viewing on March 15, 2021 and will be available for viewing (and reviewing) for 120 days thereafter.

CEU/CEH certificate issued upon completion of the course.


Co-Author, Fundamentals of HVACR

Carter Stanfield

Carter Stanfield is co-author of Fundamentals of HVACR.

He spent over forty years in HVACR education including serving as Program Director of the Air Conditioning Technology Department at Athens Technical College.

His industry credentials include an RSES CMS, NATE Certification, and a State of Georgia Unrestricted Conditioned Air Contracting License. He graduated from the University of Georgia Magna Cum Laude in 1995 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Education.

Carter believes that successful educational programs are focused on what the students do. Students start with a strong background in fundamental concepts and theory and then actively apply them to solve real problems. Practice and active application are the keys to students building both confidence and competence.

This Course Available to Registered Conference Attendees

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