Attendees at the Leadership Seminar feat. Mary Kelly in early February.
Last week, the Senate bill (SB 23) passed through the upper chamber with unanimous support and our counterpart bill (HB 132) awaits a vote in the House Economic Matters Committee [ECM] after its initial hearing on February 7. While our journeyman license proposal (SB 23 / HB 132) is being considered in the House ECM Committee, the AnnDyl team, on behalf of AACP and HACC, continues to meet with key legislators to build support for the legislation as a critical measure to ensuring a safe and prepared Maryland HVAC workforce. Over the course of the 2023 legislative session, the AnnDyl team has now met with over 30 legislators to address feedback on the bill and place it in the best position for a favorable report in the
Our bill proposes amending the apprenticeship requirements to test-out for a journeyperson's license to four years from three years, and the completion of 6,000 hours up from 1,875 under the supervision of a licensed contractor.
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AHR 2023: HVACR State of the Industry
ACCA 2023 Conference & Expo is in New Orleans, LA April 2nd-5th!
Keynote Speaker Dee Ann Turner's session on The Secret Sauce of Legendary Company Culture.
For over 30 years, Dee Ann Turner served Chick-fil-A, Inc as their first female officer as Vice President of Talent and Vice President of Sustainability. Dee Ann's informative Keynote speech will guide you in the right direction to building a sustainable business where staff and customers feel cared for, important -- and coming back!
By Peter Constantinou
In early February, we engaged and interacted with Mary Kelly, a nationally known speaker, internationally known economist, and retired Navy Commander. Following a personality test, Mary provided us with a wealth of resources and information to use in our own business. Click here to access Mary's resources or to sign up for her informational email.
From now through mid-April, our focus is on legislative activity in the Maryland State House as well as changes in the Maryland Public Service Commission [PSC]. AACP members can access monthly reports for DC and the PSC reports. If you're not a member, become a member today !