CEP training courses

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Carbon and Energy Professionals New Zealand (CEP), works with EECA to improve energy and carbon management knowledge and standards in New Zealand.

CEP delivers specialist practitioner energy management training and professional development, and works with organisations across a range of technologies and disciplines to target areas where significant improvements in energy efficiency and carbon reduction can be made.

CEP courses are reviewed and updated based on current industry best practice, and delivered by CEP trainers who are industry specialists in the particular training field.

CEP delivers the following training and professional development courses:

 

Continuous Commissioning Specialist Training

When:    29 - 31 July 2020 (Wed-Fri)
Times:    9:00am - 5:00pm
Where:   Karstens, Level 4, 205 Queen Street, Auckland CBD
Trainers:  Lance Jimmieson and Mark Crawford

The 3-day Continuous Commissioning Specialist (CCS) Training Course and Exam is for those involved in commissioning commercial buildings (meets the needs of EECA's Systems Optimisation requirements). The course is delivered face-to-face in a collegial style by highly experienced CEP trainers with deep expertise in continuous commissioning.

This course is designed for those involved in the commissioning and operation of commercial buildings as HVAC engineers, installation, maintenance and service technicians, BMS and Controls specialists and technicians, and energy auditors and consultants.

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Energy Management for Facilities Managers Training

When:    26 & 27 May 2020 (Tue & Wed)
Times:    Day 1 9:00am - 5:00pm approx. | Day 2 8:30am - 4:30pm
Where:   Engineering NZ, Level 6, 40 Taranaki Street, Wellington
Trainer:  Rob Bishop

This 2-day course is designed for professionals who manage buildings and facilities day-to-day.  It was prepared with the help of the Facilities Management Association of New Zealand and offers training in energy management, focusing on the ways that building systems can make the most efficient use of resources.

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Business Case Workshop

When:    20 May 2020 (Wed)
Times:    9:00am - 4:30pm
Where:   Auckland - Jet Park Hotel, 63 Westney Road, Mangere (near Auckland Airport)
Trainer:  Dr Mike Hopkins (CEP CEO)

The Business Case Workshop is designed to help you get projects “over the line”. Equally applicable to consultants and in-house energy managers, it covers the basics of putting together a compelling case to secure finance for projects and achieving that all too elusive green light for your proposal.

This 1-day workshop focuses on understanding how to present the financial benefits of a project. The workshop covers the drivers of financial decision making, different investment assessment tools – and how to use them properly, prioritising projects, adjusting for risk, dealing with the unquantifiables and presenting the business case.

NB: The workshop will be Excel based and participants will need to bring laptops for full participation.

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Carbon and Energy Professional Training and Accreditation Programme

When:    5 - 8 May 2020 (Tue-Fri)
Times:    Day 1 9:30am-5:30pm | Days 2 & 3 9:00am-5:15pm | Day 4 9:00am-4:30pm
Where:   Auckland (Defence Business Centre, Orcacom House, Level 3, 32 Market Place,   Auckland Viaduct)
Trainer:  Rob Bishop, Jake Roos, Kevin McGrath & Robert Tromop

This course is suitable for people with diverse managerial expertise and experiences needing to acquire a better understanding of carbon management and energy productivity tools and technologies, as well as those with technical backgrounds who need to broaden their skills. It covers essential knowledge and provides a path to certification as an Accredited Carbon and Energy Professional (ACEP) for consultants wishing to become a partner in the EECA "Energy Management Advisor" programme.

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