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  1. Developing future health facilities leadership ashe.org/internship

  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 ashe.org/internship Fact Sheetsfor Host Organizations ashe.org/internship 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 ashe.org/internship 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 ashe.org/internship 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 (www.MyEnergyUniversity.com) • 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: energyuniversity@schneider-electric.com

  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 Kbrown@ASHE.org

  36. Sample Certificate of Completion

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