Energy Management training courses and schools
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Total 15 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in Canada.

Selkirk College

Training Centres/Campuses: Castlegar, Nelson, Trail, British Columbia, Canada
Phone No.: 1.888.953.1133

Quantitative Energy Management and Conservation

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

covers applied energy basics (what is energy, electricity, heat, units, conversions, Ohm’s Law, energy density, energy losses and gains and typical residential rates of energy consumption). This course emphasizes quantitative skills relevant to energy conservation. Specific quantitative skills are heat loss calculations, space heating, hot water, lights and appliances loads, energy auditing, use of a blower door, energy conservation and retrofitting techniques, calculating savings with energy conservation retrofits, use of Hot2000 or other validated residential energy modeling software.

Douglas College Continuing Education

Training Centre/Campus: New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada
Phone No.: 604 527 5400

Building Energy and Resource Management (Certificate)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Get a career in green, sustainable building management with the Building Energy and Resource Management (BERM) program at Douglas College.

This two-semester program is designed to provide you with the specific management skills, technical skills and critical thinking abilities to manage change in this constantly evolving world and to transfer that knowledge to others.

The program combines advanced understandings of improving building-based energy and environmental performance with energy efficiency and cost containment approaches to energy management.

Competencies developed include navigating current sensibilities concerned with energy and resources, including public and organizational policies, programs and incentives.

You will also gain a practical understanding of building systems, such as:

Another major part of the BERM program is picking up the theories and ... [Read More]

St. Clair College

Training Centre/Campus: Windsor, Ontario, Canada
Phone No.: 1-800-387-0524

Energy Management

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This course deals with energy management process in registered power plants, large buildings, hospitals and schools. Energy savings as an ongoing process versus one time project is studied with emphasis on motors and electrical systems, lighting systems, building control systems and general operation and maintenance of the building. Ventilation of building systems is also covered, the student is taught inspection, troubleshooting and repair procedures for large air handling systems found in buildings. The emphasis is kept on energy management of this complex equipment while maintaining proper air quality and good ventilation. Preventive maintenance techniques are studied with energy management as the focal point. As part of this course, the student will be required to do a full scale project relative to preventive and predictive maintenance in their work placement or a facility of choice.

Energy Efficiency and Management

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Students in this course will be introduced to the principles of energy management and the energy efficient industry. Students will learn about the history of energy production and costs and the dynamics of worldwide energy consumption and growth including environmental and financial impacts and consequences. Building energy flows and will be described and analyzed. Students will be introduced to the use of building diagnostic tools commonly employed in the industry to identify opportunities for improving energy efficiency. Building design features will be examined for efficiency/management improvements or upgrades.

Sheridan College

Training Centres/Campuses: Brampton, Mississauga, Oakville, Ontario, Canada
Phone No.: 905-845-9430

Energy Management

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

Students learn to analyze all aspects of large building operations and from these analyses suggest changes complete with realistic capital expenditure proposals that include payback periods. These changes are designed to improve utility consumption within that building.

Global Innovative Campus

Training Centre/Campus: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Phone No.: 888 384 4863

Energy Conservation Management Solutions (1.2 CEUs) Workshop

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Energy Management, through energy conservation and energy cost control, played a very important role in the reduction of oil imports and in the increased energy efficiency of our buildings and our facilities. The economic downturn is forcing renewed emphasis on efficiency. In Canada, the commercial sector alone accounts for approximately one third of all energy consumed. Unfortunately, many facility managers are not exploring energy savings opportunities because of the perception that upfront costs are too high. Despite the impressive gains, which have been made, many opportunities still exist for increasing the energy efficiency and savings.
At this unique workshop you will understand the importance of energy management to your operation and how to cut energy cost. Techniques related to selection and choosing energy efficient equipment and systems will be discussed. Tips for buying a variety of energy efficient equipment will be presented. Opport... [Read More]

Centennial College School of Continuing Education

Training Centre/Campus: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Phone No.: 416-289-5207

IBEX Energy Management Practices Workshop

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This on-line, self-paced course is the continuation of ENVR 801: IBEX Energy Management Fundamentals, and is divided into ten modules covering four main subjects of energy management as a professional occupation: thermal energy, electrical energy, energy audits and energy management practices. Each of these subjects is supported by a one-day workshop delivered by IBEX partners and their subject matter experts. Workshops provide you with an opportunity to meet with and question IBEX mentors in person, see a number of presentations, and meet with peers. All workshops will be recorded and made available on Blackboard. There is an additional final workshop to support you with a supervised audit of a building or industrial facility to allow you to demonstrate your grasp of energy management theory and practice. This supervised audit is part of your final project for the course, which requires about 100 hours to complete: based on the solution and reporting of an energy management ... [Read More]

IBEX Energy Management Fundamentals Workshop

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This on-line, self-paced course provides the foundational knowledge for anyone engaged in managing energy and water use within buildings. It covers the first seven modules that provide a basic technical understanding of energy utilization, including electrical and fuel based systems. The modules consist of an introduction to energy technology, principles of fuel consumption, combustion equipment and practice, electrical energy basics, heat transfer fundamentals, mechanisms of heat flow, and energy measurement and management systems. The on-line delivery is supplemented by a day-long, on campus workshop where you can meet and speak with the course mentors. The workshop is delivered by IBEX partners and their subject matter experts. Workshops will be recorded and made available on Centennials Blackboard online learning environment. In addition, there are 3 assignments to complete based on individual modules or a combination of modules.

Nova Scotia Community College Annapolis Valley Campus

Training Centre/Campus: Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia, Canada
Phone No.: (902) 825-3491

Energy Management

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Energy efficiency and conservation are increasingly important topics in today’s global market. The reduction of energy consumption through alternative design and renewable energy sources is becoming more prominent, however, the proper management of existing energy systems has the potential to significantly reduce both energy usage and greenhouse gas emissions. Principles of Energy Management will be a focused study of existing energy management best practices and statistical analysis of energy consumption patterns.

NorQuest College

Training Centre/Campus: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Phone No.: 1.866.534.7218

ISO 50001: Energy Management System

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Released in 2011, ISO 50001 standard specifies the requirements for establishing, implementing, maintaining, and improving an energy management system whose purpose is to enable an organization to follow a systematic approach in achieving continual improvement in energy performance, including energy efficiency, energy security, and energy use and consumption. The standard aims to help organizations continually reduce their energy use and, therefore, their energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions. A significant feature in ISO 50001 is the requirement to &,quot,improve the EnMS and the resulting energy performance.&,quot, ISO 50001 supports organizations in all sectors as they seek to achieve the goal of using energy more efficiently, through the development of an energy management system. ISO 50001 is based on the management system model of continual improvement also used for other well-known standards such as ISO 9001 and ISO 14001. This similarity makes it easi... [Read More]

University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies

Training Centre/Campus: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Phone No.: 416-978-2400

Energy Management (Certificate)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

The certificate covers a body of knowledge that deals with energy management and energy sustainability in the built environment. It consists of three courses: (1) Foundations of Energy Management, (2) Energy Management in Buildings and (3) The Standards, Tools, Techniques and Best Practices of Energy Management in the Built Environment. The first course covers the foundation of energy management systems including the typology of energy use in the built environment, principles of energy auditing, the economics of energy, energy sustainability, and energy use in lighting and HVAC systems. The second course covers the body of knowledge of energy management in residential, commercial and institutional buildings. The third course addresses the tools and techniques used in contemporary energy management systems including the ISO 50001 standards and its application to various aspects of energy utilizations in the built urban environment.

Energy Management in Buildings

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This course will cover the various aspects of energy use and techniques of reducing energy consumption in contemporary buildings. The course also covers methods of energy audits, and energy instrumentation and measurements in buildings, as well as, the organization and implementation of energy management and control strategies in building systems. The course will also cover existing legislation and available grants, as well as building energy control and management systems
Learner Outcomes
Completion of this course will enable the learner to:

Assess the aspects of energy use in buildings
Perform and energy audits on residential, commercial and industrial buildings
Compare relevant techniques for reducing energy consumption in buildings
Employ CUSUM analysis and other analytical tools in assessing energy consumption in buildings

Centre for Executive and Professional Education at the University of Windsor

Training Centre/Campus: Windsor, Ontario, Canada
Phone No.: 1 866 419-0685

Energy Management Workshop

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

The Centre for Executive and Professional Education offers public and custom workshops with the aim of providing individuals with new skills that can easily be applied to their careers, increasing competencies in a particular area. These workshops are offered over a shorter period of time than our degree programs and may be the jump start needed to rejuvenate one’s professional career goals. Any workshop can be adapted from our portfolio to accomodate any organization, including not-for-profit. Those wishing to hold a custom workshop within their organization are encouraged to contact us ( or call 519-256-3113) to discuss how we can tailor and provide a valuable, unique and all-inclusive experience for your employees. Workshops topics can be customized to suit each organization, the possibilities are endless.

Durham College

Training Centre/Campus: Whitby, Ontario, Canada
Phone No.: 905.721.3300

Energy Management and Sustainable Building Technology (Diploma)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Communities across the province are working to become more energy efficient with Ontario Power Authority projecting the creation of 50,000 green jobs as a result of the Green Energy Act. Durham College’s new Energy Management and Sustainable Building Technology program is preparing graduates to meet that demand by teaching the skills required to work in the fields of energy-use efficiency, energy sourcing and energy management systems within industrial, commercial, institutional and residential buildings.

In just 36 months you will be trained in energy management and building systems technology for multiple residential, small-scale industrial or commercial buildings including strategies, practices and techniques for generating, managing, optimizing, capturing, storing and distributing renewable and clean energy technologies

British Columbia Institute of Technology

Training Centre/Campus: Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada
Phone No.: 604-434-5734, 1-866-434-1610

Sustainable Energy Management

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

The Sustainable Energy Management Associate Certificate (SEMAC) program is a partnership between BC Hydro and BCIT, with funding support from the Natural Resources Canada - Office of Energy Efficiency. The program is designed to support employment opportunities in an emerging field of sustainable energy management, with focus on energy demands of commercial and institutional buildings..

The target audience for this associate certificate are those that are interested in expanding their knowledge and initiatives into sustainable energy management at their company / building or are interested in changing careers.

SEMAC is a part-time studies program that will provide graduates with the skills and knowledge of sustainable energy management principles, approaches, techniques, and tools, in order to be able to function quickly and effectively in the position of energy manager or energy coordinator at their company or building.

The program will use lectures as t... [Read More]

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