NABCEP Preparation, Toastmasters Ice-Breaker

2011 May 22
by roma

All this week, I have been going through Heatspring Institute's Solar PV Installer Boot Camp Training. Most of the preparation material is from the Photovoltaic Systems textbook by James P. Dunlop. The book is over 400 pages, so one of the values of the course is that it focuses on the important concepts, only. If it wasn't for that, it would be quite hard for me to identify the crucial topics, as I usually tend to rely on the side of over-learning.

I've also been working on my Ice-Breaker speech for Toastmasters. I will present this speech on May 25th. There are so many things to choose from in my life that the hardest part is deciding on what not to include. I am reminded of Garr Reynolds' focus on the importance of simplicity in Presentation Zen.

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  1. June 7, 2011

    Roma,

    Can't wait to have you in our course, interested to hear what you take away from the course and feedback on how we can improve it!

    PS - does your blog have an RSS feed?

    Chris

  2. roma permalink*
    June 8, 2011

    Chris,

    Don't have an RSS feed yet, but I'll set one up soon, seeing as how it seems there is now demand.

    Cheers,
    Roma

  3. June 10, 2011

    Great! Feedburner is a great service.

    Will be interested to keep in touch and learn about your dye solar cells project. Also, I don't know too much about the west coast markets but I'd like to learn more.

    Chris

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