Habitat X Regional Conference in Portland, Oregon

Event Description

The focus of the 2012 Portland Habitat X Conference is education, with an agenda that's directed towards trainers, consultants, program managers, and customer service representatives who serve the housing industry.

Learn more at the website.

The Core Conference includes four days of highly focused training and in-depth collaboration, with lunch and snacks provided each day, a hosted reception Monday night, and a catered dinner provided on Wednesday night. The registration is capped at 25 people; large enough to create a collaborative environment, and small enough that we can be responsive to everyone's skills and interests.

An optional one day Short Course is offered before the conference on Saturday December 1st. The Short Course addresses technical topics of interest both to technicians who need to brush up the skills needed for field procedures, and trainers who are ready to deepen their understanding of the hardest technical topics.

Facilitators for this event include Chris Dorsi, J. West, Ben Cichowski, and Jeff Catlin.

View the agenda here.

Discounts. We hope you can join us. Discounts on registration of 15% are available to members of Home Energy Pros. Just enter the coupon code below at Checkout to get your discount.

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Early Bird. Additional early bird discounts are available until November 26th.

 

Contact. Call or email Chris Dorsi for more information.

cdorsi@HabitatX.com

406-439-8659

CAN'T MAKE THIS EVENT? The Habitat X Regional Conference will be in San Francisco the week of December 10th.

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