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BCSEA and CIET Collaborate on Energy Training Programs

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Tuesday, October 22, 2013
BCSEA News

BCSEA and the Canadian Institute for Energy Training (CIET) have joined their effort to promote and deliver energy training programs in British Columbia.

CIET has been a leader in energy training for over 20 years. Based in Toronto, CIET has trained over 2,500 professionals and is the exclusive provider of the Association of Energy Engineer's certification programs, including Certified Energy Manager (CEM), Certified Measurement and Verification Professional (CMVP) and Certified Energy Auditor (CEA).

Current Course Schedule for Training in Vancouver

May 12-16, 2014
Certified Energy Manager
The CEM training prepares candidates for the CEM exam. It covers in detail the latest strategies and techniques for reducing energy costs. The course examines the basic fundamentals of key areas of energy management and progresses to more specific techniques and principles in order to address the training needs of specialists and professionals. Following this five-day training in energy management, the candidates will have gained the confidence and knowledge necessary to manage energy costs as well as implement energy efficiency measures and projects.

Rescheduled to June 4, 2014
Efficient Lighting
This one-day training will cover the fundamental principles of energy efficiency in lighting. Participants will learn about the principles of efficient lighting, including evaluating the levels, quality and maintenance of lighting. The training will also present lighting technologies and lighting control technologies, common energy efficiency measures, options for making improvements and upgrades, as well as strategies for lighting management. 
 
Rescheduled to June 5, 2014
This introductory course on motors and variable speed drives will give participants a better understanding of motors and the theory behind how they work. Applicable standards regarding motor efficiency will be discussed, in addition to best repair practices. The key features of each motor type will be analyzed to allow for optimal use, since choosing the right motor from the start will greatly improve energy performance. Also covered will be the situations in which variable speed drives (VSDs) are required, their uses and the major control principles. Decision support for motor maintenance and repair will also be addressed. Case studies will be presented, both in terms of new motors and tune-ups.
 
For more information and to register, click a highlighted link above for an individual course or visit CIET's website at cietcanada.ca. Please note that dates and course availability are subject to change.

 

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