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  1. Developing future health facilities leadership

  2. Our Challenge • The health care facility management field has an aging workforce • 2012 Salary Survey showed 40% of health care facility managers were older than 55 • Little awareness among younger generations of the health care facility management profession • Who will fill the pipeline for health care facility professionals of the future?

  3. ASHE Internship Program • ASHE and Schneider Electric have teamed up to create an internship program • Develop University relationships and identify intern candidates • Support ASHE member and chapter participation in hosting interns • Create a program to promote the profession and sustain the future workforce

  4. Why Host an ASHE Intern? • 40% of new college hires come from internship programs • Internship retention rates were at an all-time high in 2012 with 58.6%. • Quality hires: Host companies saw a 62.4% retention rate after 5 years versus 48.1% of hires that had no previous experience. • Interns provide additional support for your staff

  5. Why Host an ASHE Intern?

  6. Host Organization Types • Health care organization that employs an ASHE member • Engineering, design, construction, or consulting organization that employs an ASHE member • Organization that outsources facility management services to health care organization that employs an ASHE member

  7. Responsibility of Host Organization • Conducts last round interviews for intern candidates • Selects candidate and extends offer • Evaluates internship program • Provides funding for internship compensation • Will have option to seek funding from ASHE contingent upon criteria

  8. ASHE Support to Host Organizations & Chapters • Chapter internship program template • Student recruitment and resume management services. • Scholarships for ASHE interns to attend the ASHE Annual Conference • Free e-learning courses for interns, including: • Managing Life Safety course • Fundamentals of Facility Management course (in development) • My Energy University courses • Financial guidance to host organizations or ASHE chapters • Application Process

  9. Creating Pathways • 2012 ASHE Intern: Brittany Griner • Purdue University Alumna • Interned at Advocate Healthcare in Chicago • Currently the Assistant Manager of Plant Operations and Maintenance at Ingalls Memorial Hospital

  10. Creating Pathways

  11. Learn Tab

  12. Host organizations, Chapters, Students

  13. Resources for Chapters/Host Organizations Chapter template for internship plan is available on Fact Sheetsfor Host Organizations Host Organization Page

  14. ASHE Internship Program Fact Sheet • Types of Students • undergraduate, graduate • Interest • Engineering • Energy management • Facility management Construction management • Safety management • Operations • Timing • Summer Interns 10 – 12 weeks • Spring, Fall 14 weeks • Application Process • Funding Opportunities

  15. Optional Funding Alternatives • Business Partners • Discover Talent • Contribute financially • Contribute experientially

  16. Chapter Template provides guidance • Chapter’s Role in Process • Chapter Mentor • How to work with colleges & universities • Provide Grants to help fund internships • Timelines to get the best students • July budget • August Host Organization • September applications • February acceptance • Summer Internship • Placing Interns at Host Organizations • Host Organization Mentor • Intern Wages and Compensation • Internship Experience • Well-rounded • Projects • Areas of Experience • Business Partners • Meaningful amount of time

  17. Resources for Students Student Sell Sheets Student Page

  18. Universities Purdue University Colorado State Brigham Young University Owensboro Community Technical College Arizona State University Georgia Tech University of Arkansas, Fayetteville and Little Rock Texas A&M

  19. Anticipated Internships 1 - Access Community Health Network 2 – Advocate Healthcare 1 or more Catholic Health Initiatives 1 – Indiana Chapter 1 to 3 Energy Project 1 – Sullivan County Community Hospital 8 – Arkansas Chapter 1 – University of Texas Medical Branch

  20. Apply to be a Host • Visit for more information, and to access the host application and the chapter plan template.

  21. What is Energy University? • Free, vendor neutral online learning means you have ready access to comprehensive learning about energy efficiency and data center solutions • Self-paced, less than one hour modules • Courses can be taken anytime, anywhere there is an internet connection • 200+ Energy Efficiency and Data Center courses available • 24 hour access means you can learn when you want, at your convenience

  22. Why Energy University? • Professional growth opportunities • Define succession path and identify future leaders • Differentiate yourself amongst peers • Expand industry knowledge • High Performance Operations are NOT an option – learn how to get there • Qualified CEU’s for ASHE certifications (CHFM, CHC) • CEU’s also applicable toward many other industry certifications (CEM, LEED, RPA, etc…) • Mix of technical and financial acumen • FREE

  23. Easy navigation makes course selection easy

  24. Easy to follow visuals and audio

  25. Two ways to find us… • ASHE homepage  eLearning section

  26. Two ways to find us… • Energy University Homepage ( • Click “Join”

  27. Create an account the first time… Create your own unique username and password Be sure you use the following keycode: u621v

  28. Then login each time thereafter…. If you cannot login1) Try the forgot password link2) Contact us to find out the status of your account:

  29. Access Your Learning Paths • Click the professional development path button

  30. ASHE Learning Paths

  31. Energy Manager Comprehensive Learning Path • Path Description • Begins with focused look at energy procurement • Provides financial and measurement tools to maximize and sustain your results • Course Highlights • Energy Procurement I-III • Measurement and Verification • Strategic Energy Planning • Demand Response and the Smart Grid • Lighting I-IV Hours Required 5.75 Elective 4.25 Total 10.00

  32. Facility Manager Comprehensive Learning Path • Path Description • foundational knowledge required for a healthcare facility managers to take control of energy • equip you to understand the available opportunities • have an educated dialogue with experts • prioritize projects • Course Highlights • Energy Audits • Energy Rate Structures I-II • Financial Analysis of Projects • Maintenance Best Practices • US Energy Codes and Standards Hours Required 10.25 Elective 2.75 Total 13.00

  33. Technician ComprehensiveLearning Path • Path Description • in-depth overview of the basic building systems of the power plant and their controls • good foundation on the intended function and operations of boilers and steam systems, compressed air, fans, pumps, and building controls • “how stuff works” presentation on each system • Course highlights • HVAC Thermodynamic States • Building Controls I-VIII • Steam Systems I-IV • Fan Systems I-IV • Pumping Systems I-III Hours Required 0.00 Elective 18.75 Total 18.75

  34. ASHE Credits • ASHE has approved each course for continuing education credits. • ASHE issues in quarter-hour increments, and each course qualifies for .25, .50 or 1 contact hours. The total of 10 contact hours equals 1 continuing education credit. • Energy Manager Energy Management: 10 contact hours • Healthcare Facility Manager Comprehensive Energy Management: 13 contact hours • Technician Comprehensive Energy Management: 18.75 contact hours

  35. Report given to ASHE monthly Questions on Credit? Contact: Kevin Brown 312-422-3807

  36. Sample Certificate of Completion

  37. THANK YOU! Stacy L. Kimbell, MBA Healthcare Segment Marketing Manager Schneider Electric 214-906-0339 Sean Goings, CEM, CHSP, SASHE Manager, US Healthcare Solutions Schneider Electric 281-989-7309