MSCA Participated in the National HVACR Educators and Trainers Conference

February 25, 2019

MSCA headed to Vegas March 3-5, 2019 for the National HVACR Educators and Trainers Conference. The annual conference hosted hundreds of individuals involved in educating and training the HVACR workforce. This year’s conference schedule offered nearly seventy lecture-based, and hands-on sessions to introduce, teach and reinforce, at all levels, the concepts, theories and methodologies on which the building sciences rely. It was a great opportunity for MSCA to get in front of the instructors that are laying the foundation for our industry’s future workers.

MSCA exhibited Sunday and Monday as well as hosted the “Creating Career Opportunities for HVACR Graduates” session on Sunday evening. We  had a great attendance and shared why it is so valuable for students to be employed by an MSCA company after graduation. It is beneficial to students as well as our members for instructors to truly understand the limitless career opportunities and benefits, from free continuing education, higher than average wages and benefits and the opportunity to work at some amazing customer facilities, for those students that are placed with MSCA member companies post graduation.

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