The U.S. Department of Energy and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) have developed a Commercial Building Energy Auditor standard for practitioners working to become commercial energy managers. Subject-matter experts identified and categorized types of knowledge needed to be a proficient commercial building energy auditor. Everblue has developed this 40-hour training in response, enabling individuals to master the information.
Course Description: This course is intended for individuals who want to become energy managers for commercial and non-residential buildings. Students will learn about HVAC systems, the building envelope, construction practices, building codes, greenhouse gas calculations, expected water use, life cycle costing, lighting systems, and more.
Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites for this training. Unlike other programs that require you to be a professional engineer with at least 10 years of experience, Everblue's Commercial Building Energy Auditor training will equip you with the foundation and knowledge necessary to become a commercial energy auditor now.
Format: This 5-day course (40 hours) is available in live classroom settings, as well as live and recorded webinar settings. For information on corporate training, please call 800-460-2575.
Audience: This course is ideal for building owners, facility managers, small business owners, engineers, architects, students, and anyone else interested in performing commercial energy audits.
Course Materials: Online Resources for Pre-Course Study, Everblue's Commercial Building Energy Auditor Handbook, Everblue's Commercial Building Energy Auditor Exam, and Certificate of Completion
Price: $1745 for live classroom interaction, $745 for the blended webinar (which includes live webinar sessions and recorded webinar sessions), and $595 for the on-demand webinar. Reserve your seat with a $400 deposit! Full payment will be due prior to the course. For more information, please call 800-460-2575.
|Types of Commercial Buildings
||Determining the Job Scope
|Collecting and Reviewing Preliminary Data
||Inspecting Building Conditions
|Identifying and Evaluating Measures