The Defining Energy Technologies and Services report validates and updates occupational information with input from educators technicians researchers business and industry. It defines the energy technologies and services field and identifies occupational categories and job functions.
The “Defining Energy Technologies and Services” careers chart provides a snapshot view of energy technology careers at the technician level. This wall-mountable poster is a great quick reference for students, technicians, employers, educators, and government representatives.
ATEEC has just released a unique new report that provides a snapshot of water technology issues in different regions across the U.S. “Regional Water Conversations” gathered input from the Midwest, Mountain West, Northeast, Northwest, Southeast, and Southwest areas of the country to provide specific regional input on technician-level occupations and issues in the water management field.
This chart is part of the ATEEC report Regional Water Conversations and provides a snapshot of the most prevalent and fastest-growing jobs in the regions of the Midwest, Mountain West, Northeast, Northwest, Southeast, and Southwest.
In 2014, ATEEC facilitated a series of six regional water forums documented in this report. The primary purposes of these conversations were to obtain a snapshot view, from business and industry input, of existing and upcoming water management jobs and to determine which jobs are currently most needed in different regions of the country.
Best Practices in Environmental and Energy Technology Education is a guidebook for improving community and technical college programs.
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Water Environment Federation (WEF; Alexandria, Va.) members have contributed to a new report that was developed to increase awareness of the critical nature of water management careers. Defining Water Management, released by the Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center (ATEEC; Davenport, Iowa), provides a snapshot of the wide-reaching area of water technology, said Ellen Kabat Lensch, ATEEC executive director.
The "Preparing Energy Technicians for the 21st Century Workforce" chart provides a snapshot view of energy technology careers at the technician level. This wall-mountable poster is one of ATEEC's most valuable tools for students, guidance counselors, and advisors.