Habitat X Trainers Conference

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Habitat X Trainers Conference

Time: July 23, 2012 to July 26, 2012
Location: Carroll College
City/Town: Helena, MT
Website or Map: http://www.habitatX.com
Phone: 406-439-8659
Event Type: intensive, training, event
Organized By: Chris Dorsi
Latest Activity: Apr 30, 2012

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Event Description

The habitatconferences are dynamic training events that move participants to the next stage in their career or business. These much-anticipated events are one part conference, one part technical training, and one part industry summit. Borrowing from the best of each format, they create a blended training environment that is both memorable and effective. You can expect a potent mix of technical training, personal skill refinement, and industry visioning.

The next habitatconference is scheduled for July 23-26, 2012. This event is customized for technical trainers and teachers who serves the housing, energy efficiency, and inspection industries. Attendees can receive continuing education units for BPI, ASHI, and other professional organizations.

 Facilitators for this event:

Chris Dorsi is a leading author, trainer, and researcher in the home performance and weatherization industries. You've seen his work as a former partner of Saturn Resource Management. Now Chris leads Habitat X, and he'll be the lead trainer at this train-the-trainer event.

Ben Cichowski will lead the field training and instructional design tracks at this Habitat X conference. You may know Ben from WxTV.

J West will lead the technology track at this Habitat X conference. J is the training supervisor for CEDA Weatherization in Chicago.

Contract Chris at the phone or website above if you have questions. 

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