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Baltimore City Community College (BCCC), MD


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2901 Liberty Heights Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21215

Online: www.bccc.edu



Summary

As the demand for weatherization and energy efficiency services increases, there will be additional need for training that addresses higher level 
competencies for energy efficiency professionals. This project seeks to expand an existing weatherization training center and training program by 
developing and implementing four new training modules that address the skill requirements necessary to install and maintain new technologies. The 
project will develop the capacity to train 200 low-income, unemployed, or underemployed persons to work in the field of energy efficiency 
technologies. It will also encourage successful construction trades training participants to enhance their skills, expand their employment opportunities, 
and develop a continuous quality improvement protocol.
As the demand for weatherization and energy efficiency services increases, there will be additional need for training that addresses higher level 
competencies for energy efficiency professionals. This project seeks to expand an existing weatherization training center and training program by 
developing and implementing four new training modules that address the skill requirements necessary to install and maintain new technologies. The 
project will develop the capacity to train 200 low-income, unemployed, or underemployed persons to work in the field of energy efficiency 
technologies. It will also encourage successful construction trades training participants to enhance their skills, expand their employment opportunities, 
and develop a continuous quality improvement protocol.
As the demand for weatherization and energy efficiency services increases, there will be additional need for training that addresses higher level 
competencies for energy efficiency professionals. This project seeks to expand an existing weatherization training center and training program by 
developing and implementing four new training modules that address the skill requirements necessary to install and maintain new technologies. The 
project will develop the capacity to train 200 low-income, unemployed, or underemployed persons to work in the field of energy efficiency 
technologies. It will also encourage successful construction trades training participants to enhance their skills, expand their employment opportunities, 
and develop a continuous quality improvement protocol.
As the demand for weatherization and energy efficiency services increases, there will be additional need for training that addresses higher level 
competencies for energy efficiency professionals. This project seeks to expand an existing weatherization training center and training program by 
developing and implementing four new training modules that address the skill requirements necessary to install and maintain new technologies. The 
project will develop the capacity to train 200 low-income, unemployed, or underemployed persons to work in the field of energy efficiency 
technologies. It will also encourage successful construction trades training participants to enhance their skills, expand their employment opportunities, 
and develop a continuous quality improvement protocol.
As the demand for weatherization and energy efficiency services increases, there will be additional need for training that addresses higher level 
competencies for energy efficiency professionals. This project seeks to expand an existing weatherization training center and training program by 
developing and implementing four new training modules that address the skill requirements necessary to install and maintain new technologies. The 
project will develop the capacity to train 200 low-income, unemployed, or underemployed persons to work in the field of energy efficiency 
technologies. It will also encourage successful construction trades training participants to enhance their skills, expand their employment opportunities, 
and develop a continuous quality improvement protocol.
As the demand for weatherization and energy efficiency services increases, there will be additional need for training that addresses higher level 
competencies for energy efficiency professionals. This project seeks to expand an existing weatherization training center and training program by 
developing and implementing four new training modules that address the skill requirements necessary to install and maintain new technologies. The 
project will develop the capacity to train 200 low-income, unemployed, or underemployed persons to work in the field of energy efficiency 
technologies. It will also encourage successful construction trades training participants to enhance their skills, expand their employment opportunities, 
and develop a continuous quality improvement protocol.
As the demand for weatherization and energy efficiency services increases, there will be additional need for training that addresses higher level 
competencies for energy efficiency professionals. This project seeks to expand an existing weatherization training center and training program by 
developing and implementing four new training modules that address the skill requirements necessary to install and maintain new technologies. The 
project will develop the capacity to train 200 low-income, unemployed, or underemployed persons to work in the field of energy efficiency 
technologies. It will also encourage successful construction trades training participants to enhance their skills, expand their employment opportunities, 
and develop a continuous quality improvement protocol.
As the demand for weatherization and energy efficiency services increases, there will be additional need for training that addresses higher level 
competencies for energy efficiency professionals. This project seeks to expand an existing weatherization training center and training program by 
developing and implementing four new training modules that address the skill requirements necessary to install and maintain new technologies. The 
project will develop the capacity to train 200 low-income, unemployed, or underemployed persons to work in the field of energy efficiency 
technologies. It will also encourage successful construction trades training participants to enhance their skills, expand their employment opportunities, 
and develop a continuous quality improvement protocol.
As the demand for weatherization and energy efficiency services increases, there will be additional need for training that addresses higher level 
competencies for energy efficiency professionals. This project seeks to expand an existing weatherization training center and training program by 
developing and implementing four new training modules that address the skill requirements necessary to install and maintain new technologies. The 
project will develop the capacity to train 200 low-income, unemployed, or underemployed persons to work in the field of energy efficiency 
technologies. It will also encourage successful construction trades training participants to enhance their skills, expand their employment opportunities, 
and develop a continuous quality improvement protocol.
As the demand for weatherization and energy efficiency services increases, there will be additional need for training that addresses higher level 
competencies for energy efficiency professionals. This project seeks to expand an existing weatherization training center and training program by 
developing and implementing four new training modules that address the skill requirements necessary to install and maintain new technologies. The 
project will develop the capacity to train 200 low-income, unemployed, or underemployed persons to work in the field of energy efficiency 
technologies. It will also encourage successful construction trades training participants to enhance their skills, expand their employment opportunities, 
and develop a continuous quality improvement protocol.
As the demand for weatherization and energy efficiency services increases, there will be additional need for training that addresses higher level competencies for energy efficiency professionals. This project seeks to expand an existing weatherization training center and training program by developing and implementing four new training modules that address the skill requirements necessary to install and maintain new technologies. The project will develop the capacity to train 200 low-income, unemployed, or underemployed persons to work in the field of energy efficiency technologies. It will also encourage successful construction trades training participants to enhance their skills, expand their employment opportunities, and develop a continuous quality improvement protocol.

Points of Contact
Yvette Bento
2901 Liberty Heights Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21215
Telephone: (410) 462-8592

Ida Sas
2901 Liberty Heights Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21215
Telephone: (410) 986-5545

Michele Townson
2901 Liberty Heights Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21215
Telephone: (410) 462-8438

Walter Zimmerman
2901 Liberty Heights Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21215
Telephone: (410) 986-3227



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