Brian Penn

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Brian R. Penn

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May 24, 2020
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Mr. Penn is such a gem! He really cares about his students and he ensures that the content is understood by all. He is highly competent and very positive about teaching. You'll get an A as long as you put in effort and do the Pearson homework. Also, he has a large network of employers to help you get a job after you graduate.

Biography

Community College of Baltimore County - Technology

HVAC Program Coordinator and HVAC Instructor at CCBC
Education Management
Brian
Penn
Catonsville, Maryland
HVAC Program Coordinator and Professor with over 30 years of extensive HVAC experience. Especially skilled at building valuable relationships at all levels. Dedicated to supporting student success in HVAC programs from advising through graduation and the hiring process.


Experience

  • Carrier Corporation

    SR. SALES ENGINEER

    • Primary focus: sales of commercial applied Carrier HVAC equipment, including chillers, air handlers, VAV boxes, and FCUs; Additional focus on Chilled Water Central Plant Systems.
    • Assisted Consulting Engineer with specification of Carrier brand as basis of design.
    • Performed estimation of project cost for delivery to mechanical contractors in bid or sale process.
    • Monitored delivery, billing, and warranty working with end user and customer.
    • Promoted Carrier brand to engineers and contractors at trade shows, meetings, lunches, and various public events.

  • Community College of Baltimore County

    Coordinator of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) & Energy Technology Program

    • Developed relaunch of CCBC HVACR Program in 2008; ensure continued success of program through marketing development, outreach strategies, and program design
    • Stimulated exceptional program growth; growth from 14 enrollments to nearly 750 enrollments per year within the first four years of the program
    • Initiated and spearheaded design of updated branding for program, including logo development, program newsletter, program merchandise, and outreach strategies; continuously refine and strengthen strategies in support of program growth
    • Create instructional design of program; utilize instructional technologies and hands on experience to develop experienced, professional technicians/installers
    • Aid students in course selection, financing options, available resources, and college contacts to facilitate student success and eliminate any student roadblocks
    • Create, develop, and maintain partnerships with over 70 HVAC employers to identify employment opportunities for students and facilitate student recruitment; assist students in employment readiness strategies and skills to aid students in securing entry level HVACR positions
    • Interview and evaluate potential candidates for Adjunct Faculty positions; ensure program faculty extensively experienced in the field of HVACR

    Degree Programs:

    • Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) & Energy Technology
    • Advanced HVAC and Energy Technology Certificate
    • Alternative Energy Certificate
    • Basic HVAC and Energy Technology Certificate

  • Community College of Baltimore County

    Professor

    • Encourage student learning and development through instruction of applicable theory and hands on laboratory study
    • Facilitate student engagement through interactive strategies and activities
    • Instruction of various coursework related to HVAC and energy technology, such as certification preparation courses, renewable energy, HVAC safety, etc.

Education

  • University of Maryland College Park

    Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

  • The Community College of Baltimore County

    Associate’s Degree



  • Community College of Baltimore County

    Coordinator of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) & Energy Technology Program


    • Developed relaunch of CCBC HVACR Program in 2008; ensure continued success of program through marketing development, outreach strategies, and program design • Stimulated exceptional program growth; growth from 14 enrollments to nearly 750 enrollments per year within the first four years of the program • Initiated and spearheaded design of updated branding for program, including logo development, program newsletter, program merchandise, and outreach strategies; continuously refine and strengthen strategies in support of program growth • Create instructional design of program; utilize instructional technologies and hands on experience to develop experienced, professional technicians/installers • Aid students in course selection, financing options, available resources, and college contacts to facilitate student success and eliminate any student roadblocks • Create, develop, and maintain partnerships with over 70 HVAC employers to identify employment opportunities for students and facilitate student recruitment; assist students in employment readiness strategies and skills to aid students in securing entry level HVACR positions • Interview and evaluate potential candidates for Adjunct Faculty positions; ensure program faculty extensively experienced in the field of HVACR Degree Programs: • Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) & Energy Technology • Advanced HVAC and Energy Technology Certificate • Alternative Energy Certificate • Basic HVAC and Energy Technology Certificate

  • Community College of Baltimore County

    Professor


    • Encourage student learning and development through instruction of applicable theory and hands on laboratory study • Facilitate student engagement through interactive strategies and activities • Instruction of various coursework related to HVAC and energy technology, such as certification preparation courses, renewable energy, HVAC safety, etc.

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