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1A Synergistic Partnership Between Industry and Education Trane, NC3 and CTEA Synergistic Partnership Between Industry and EducationGregory J. Josefchuk – Strategic Programs Leader; Trane
2Agenda Introduction to Trane HVAC – A Growth Industry Addressing the Needs for the Workforce of TomorrowTransforming CTE – A Model for CollaborationTrane’s Partnership with NC3Trusted Advisor to CTECenter’s of Excellence (CoE)Questions
3The Trane brand is about building life. Our careful attention to the needs of the building can improve the life of equipment, controls and systems. Meeting the needs of the building promotes environments that impact the lives within the building and fosters productivity and profitability.We improve the life of your building and the lives within your building. We see something beyond the physical structure. We see the environments in which people work, play, learn, heal and create.
4Building Life Through Commitment We are committed to energy efficiency and sustainability, with more than 700+ LEED-accredited professionals.Since 2008, Trane has given out nearly 70 Energy Efficiency Leader Awards to our customers around the world.Customers trust Trane to give loyalty, passion and dedication to their mission
5Building Life Through Knowledge Trane’s total number of U.S. patents to date is over 900. Our number of individual inventors is 555.Then…the original classTrane’s Patent Wall in La Crosse, WisconsinGraduate Training Program (GTP)Began in 19252 classes annually for most years~ 8,700 participants have gone through the GTP, including sales and marketing engineers from more than 50 countries worldwideNow…the current classA legacy of excellence, knowledge and true expertise
6Happy 35th, Trane Controls! Defining the industry every day Building Life Through InnovationTrane Intelligent ServicesPlaces Trane into a new era of building system management that allows customers to make data-driven decisions and improve maintenance procedures to control costs and avoid downtimeTrane Axion Variable-speed Water-source Heat Pump (WSHP)One of the first of its kind in the HVAC industry, Trane’s most energy-efficient WSHP yet offers innovative variable speed solution for increased energy efficiency and reduced operating costs without sacrificing comfortHappy 35th, Trane Controls!Happy 40th, Trace™!Trane Rental ServicesOffers reliable temporary solutions for short- and long-term HVAC and power requirementsTracer XT™Unique controls platform designed by Trane and GE to integrate, manage & optimize critical facility systems such as security, fire and safety – as well as HVACTrane Intellipak™ I Rooftop Air Conditioning UnitLeads the industry with intelligent design that createslower installed costs, excellent energy efficiency that means lower operating costs, and ease of maintenance and legendary toughness that deliver peak performance for decadesDefining the industry every day
7Building Life for 100 Years 1958Trane settles in Europe1885James Tranelaunches a plumbing business1938Turbovac:First hermeticcentrifugal unit1984Trane acquired byAmerican Standard Inc.1978Trane enters Energy Management, Controls and BAS businessThe convector radiator replaces cast iron radiators1931Trane’sfirst air conditioning unit was promoted: the Trane Unit Cooler1913James & his son Reuben incorporated the Trane Company1925TraneGraduate EngineerTraining Program1982Trane acquires the central air conditioning department of General Electric2008Trane is acquiredby1950sTrane unitary or self contained air conditioning units for commercial useTODAYTrane has 700+LEED Accredited Professionals
9Industry StatisticsIn 2010 heating, air-conditioning and refrigeration mechanics and installers held about 267,800 jobs with about 55% working for plumbing, heating and air-conditioning contractors. The rest were employed in a variety of industries...refrigeration and air-conditioning service and repair shops, schools...government, hospitals, office buildings, etc. About 16 percent of these workers were self-employed. (Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Edition, Job Outlook)
10The HVAC Industry Employs over 1.2 Million Workers Industry StatisticsASHRAE estimates there are 51,000 engineering jobs related to HVACR engineering or similar employment in the US and Canada.AHRI and HRAI estimates approximately 142,000 individuals are employed in the manufacturing segment of the HVACR industry in the US and Canada.HARDI reports that an estimated 60,000 people are employed in the HVACR wholesale distribution segment of the industry in Canada and the US.The HVAC Industry Employs over 1.2 Million Workers
11Industry ForecastThe employment need of heating, air-conditioning and refrigeration mechanics and installers is projected to increase 34 percent during the decade, much faster than the average for all [non HVACR] occupations. As the population and stock of buildings grows, so does the demand for residential, commercial and industrial climate control systems. (Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Edition, Job Outlook)86,000 new jobs are needed by 2018 according to the HVACR Workforce Development FoundationResidential HVACR systems generally need replacement after 10 to 15 years; the large number of homes built in recent years will enter the replacement time frame by 2018.
13Current StateSource – Industry Workforce Needs Council (IWNC)
14Current State Pathways to Prosperity*: In 1973, 32% of the jobs created in the United States did not require a high school degree; by 2007, that percentage was 11%.From 2000 to 2010, the employment to population ratio for 18- to 19-year-olds dropped from 51.4% to 28.5%. For Americans aged 20 to 24, the drop was from 74.2% to 62.2% - Translation: If you’re a young person and don’t possess the right skills, it is very difficult to find gainful employment!Its not that the level of skills in students dropped, it’s the level of skills required by employers have increased* Source: Harvard Graduate School of Education (2011)
15Here’s what we’re facing… “About 10 million manufacturing jobs cannot be filled worldwide because of a shortage of skilled workers, according to a report released by the World Economic Forum and Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Ltd.” (4/24/12 article – Chicago Tribune)“…today, and for every day for the next 19 years, 10,000 baby boomers will reach age 65. The aging of this huge cohort of Americans (26% of the total U.S. population are Baby Boomers) will dramatically change the composition of the country”. (Pew Research Center)Skilled workforce than honed their skills on the job are retiring.. Every day 10K people are reaching 65 and while some stay in the workforce longer, others leave earlier…. So we are losing people and don’t have a back up plan where employers are looking for people to step in and be productive on day 1 .
16ACT Skills Gaps report… Significant foundational skills gaps exist for United States workers and job seekers tested with WorkKeys® skills assessments, possessing both middle and high levels of education, for jobs that require a similar level of education.For manufacturing, healthcare, construction and energy-related target occupations requiring a middle or high level of education, the majority of U.S. WorkKeys examinees are not able to demonstrate the required skill level for locating information. This skill involves the ability to locate, synthesize, and use information from workplace graphics such as charts, graphs, tables, forms, flowcharts, diagrams, floor plans, maps and instrument gauges.
17Who should solve these issues? GovernmentEducationIndustry
18A Model for Success“Effective, high-quality CTE programs are aligned not only with college- and career-readiness standards, but also with the needs of employers, industry, and labor. They provide students with a curriculum based on integrated academic and technical content and strong employability skills.” “The students participating in effective CTE programs graduate with industry certifications or licenses and postsecondary certificates or degrees that employers use to make hiring and promotion decisions. These students are positioned to become the country’s next leaders and entrepreneurs.”U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education, Investing in America’s Future: A Blueprint for Transforming Career and Technical Education, Washington, D.C., 2012.
19Roger Tadajewski – Executive Director NC3 – An IntroductionRoger Tadajewski – Executive Director
20NC3 is a network of education providers and corporations that supports, advances and validates new and emerging technology skills in the transportation, aviation and energy industry sectors.NC3 is a network of colleges, industry leaders, and organizations that identifies and establishes standards and develops certification to train students and other educational institutions’ instructors in the transportation, aviation and energy sectors.NC3 develops, standardizes. implements and sustains certifications across the nation40 colleges participating, 80 colleges engagedHundreds of thousands of students involved nationwide
21Certifications Across Industries NC3National Coalition of Certification CentersAviationTorqueMeterForeign Object Damage*Tool Control Systems*Precision hole drilling*EnergyClimate & Energy Control TechnologiesHVAC / ControlsGeothermalTool Safety *TransportationAutomotive DiagnosticDiesel DiagnosticWheel ServiceVehicle Information ManagementAdvanced Propulsion Systems*The current certifications are listed here. There are 3 under development at this time – Foreign Object Damage – applicable to aviation and energy sectors, and Tool Safety – applicable to the energy sector and Tool Control Systems applicable across all three industry sectors.
23Commercial Energy Chain SupplyDemandValue ChainRisk ManagementDesign services, benchmark, assess, implement, sustainEnergy SupplyDistributeSellMeterProcureReduce/OperateReportReportUtility Scale GenerationDistrict Heating and CoolingTraditional DistributionNat GasMetering / Sub MeteringNat GasLoad OptimizationSystem OptimizationComplianceNatural gasSteam, Hot and Cold WaterUHV, HV, LVElectricityBuilding meters / AMRElectricityDemand ResponseBuildingRegulatoryCoalDistributedGenerationDistrict Heating and CoolingOther fuelsSub meteringOther FuelsTime of DayProcessManagementNuclearBio EnergySteam, Chilled Water, Hot H2OWater / SewerSmart GridWater / SewerHVAC-REnvironmentalWindSolarCarbon CreditsSupply/Demand CommunicationCarbon CreditsLightingCapabilities and SolutionsDemand Aggregation / BrokerageComponent OptimizationSolarNatural Gas / Oil / DieselPPARebates / IncentivesHydroFuel CellPrimary / Secondary ConversionRankCompany 500 Revenues rank ($ millions) 1 Exelon , Southern , FPL Group , 4 Dominion Resources , PG&E Corp , Edison International , Public Service Enterprise Group , Consolidated Edison , FirstEnergy , Duke Energy , Entergy , CenterPoint Energy , Xcel Energy , Sempra Energy , Pepco Holdings , DTE Energy 285 9, Progress Energy 288 9, NiSource 289 9, PPL 314 8, Ameren 327 7, Atmos Energy 343 7, CMS Energy 369 6, Northeast Utilities 424 5, Scana 445 5, Wisconsin Energy 515 4, Nicor 577 3, Alliant Energy 588 3, NV Energy 608 3, Pinnacle West Capital 621 3, Allegheny Energy 630 3, TECO Energy 632 3, Puget Energy 638 3, NSTAR 641 3, Hawaiian Electric Industries 655 3, Southern Union 679 3, AGL Resources 717 2, WGL Holdings 748 2, Vectren 782 2, PNM Resources 789 2, National Fuel Gas 803 2, Great Plains Energy 816 2, Laclede Group 829 2, Southwest Gas 867 2, Piedmont Natural Gas 881 2, Westar Energy 952 1, Portland General Electric 987 1,745.00Total for top 47 Utilities - 341, MillionWindDistributionCompetencyEstablishedDevelopingNot TargetedStorageZone ConsumptionGeoThermalBehaviorIngersoll Rand / Trane Expanding Comprehensive Energy Risk Management Capabilities
24Supporting CTE Industry advisor to NC3 member institutions AssessmentInstructor trainingCurricula developmentBest practice sharing / collaborationAssist with local education-related activitiesLocal HVAC industry representativeProvide industry related dataIndustry scholarship program (Reese Foundation)Job shadowing, internships, recruitment programsSustainability / energy conservation curriculum (BTU Crew)Assist with learning environment transformationDesign & layout of HVAC Center of ExcellenceTurnkey (installation) servicesProject management & reporting
29Upcoming Events AACC Regional Events - Oct ; Trane hosting in Topeka, KSACTE CareerTech VISION 2013 in Las Vegas- Dec. 5-6; Trane presentingWDI 2014 in St. Petersburg, FL- Jan. 29 thru Feb. 1, 2014; Trane presenting
30Rex Parsons – Hill College, Hillsboro, TX NC3 – An IntroductionRex Parsons – Hill College, Hillsboro, TX
31NC3 and Hill College - Introduction Rex Parcells, Vice President of InstructionHill College Back GroundHistory and Future with NC3Snap-OnTraneSupport for TACS
32Hill College Back Ground, History Est. in 1921, First Enrollment in 1923, Hillsboro Texas2013, 90 Year AnniversaryCampus LocationsHillsboro, Tx, Cleburne. TxMeridian, Tx, Burleson, Texasand Glen Rose4400, Current Enrollment
33Hill College, History and Future with NC3, Snap-On and Trane NC3 Relationship Began with Snap-OnNC3/Hill College, Snap-On OverviewAutomotive Specialization, Cleburne, Texas Technology CenterEnrollment and Curriculum Offering/FuturesNC3, HVAC, Energy Future w/Trane36K SqFt “Energy Building” Renovation, Cleburne, TxHVAC, Energy Class Rooms and Integrated HVAC LabNew Equipment and Technology with a Curriculum focused on Cross Industry Employment Opportunities
34Hill College, History and Future with NC3, Snap-On and Trane NC3 Benefits for TACS StudentsDual Credit opportunities Extended to Vocational Learning, Automotive, Energy (Now)