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 and currently features a new free webinar series "Using less, paying less":

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Webinar - EV Charger Installation: What You Need to Know

When:        2 June 2020
Times:        4 - 5pm
Where:       Register online
Presenter:  Gordon Luetich

Learn about the technicalities of installing an EV charger from LPINZ who will be covering hardware options, individual or master/slave structuring, load management and the implications for power quality and power factor.

Register: Webinar - EV Charger Installation: What You Need to Know

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.

Register: Carbon and Energy Professionals - CEP website

Carbon and Energy Professional Training and Accreditation Programme

When:    Provisional Dates Aug/Sep 2020 (Tuesday - Friday)
Times:    Day 1 9:30am-5:30pm | Days 2 & 3 9:00am-5:15pm | Day 4 9:00am-4:30pm
Where:    Auckland - Venue TBC
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.

Interested in the next face-to-face delivery?

Please email info@cep.org.nz and include your name, company name, current role and  we will let you know as soon as the dates have been confirmed, following changes to the COVID19 restrictions.

Details: Carbon and Energy Professionals - CEP website

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Webinar - Low Carbon Process Heat Replacements in Commercial Building Applications

When:        11 May 2020
Times:        4 - 5pm
Where:       Register online
Presenter:  Ben Thomson & Alex Gessese (Lumen)

Ben Thomson and Alex Gessese of Lumen will consider the relative merits of currently available process heating systems in commercial buildings, how to assess improvements and viable replacements and take a look at potential sources of replacement funding.

Register: Webinar - Low Carbon Process Heat Replacements in Commercial Building Applications - CEP website

Webinar - Are on-site renewables right for you?

When:        12 May 2020 - fourth webinar in a series of 6
Times:        4 - 5pm
Where:       Register online
Presenter:  Yariv Edery (YEH Renewable Energy Consultants)

Yariv Edery of YEH Renewable Energy Consultants addresses the question – Should companies consider on-site renewables? Yariv will look at the key points organisations need to consider such as the types of renewables available, how they might satisfy different demand loads, storage options to match demand with availability and how much capacity to build?

Webinar series

Carbon and Energy Professionals has teamed up with The Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) and its Gen Less programme to deliver a series of free webinars that will help businesses save money, become more productive and reduce their emissions.

The webinars will focus on how to save energy and reduce emissions not only improving efficiency but also positioning businesses to compete better in the future low carbon world.

Register: Webinar - Are on-site renewables right for you? - CEP website

Energy Auditor Pilot Online Training

When:    12-15 May 2020 (4 half day sessions)
Times:    9:00am-12:30pm approx. daily
Where:   Register online
Trainer:   Ivan Fraser

This course delivers the fundamentals around understanding and undertaking energy audits to the AS/NZS 3598/2014 Standard.
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.

Covering all parts of the Standard, (Part 1 – Commercial Buildings, Part 2 – Industrial and Related Activities and Part 3 – Transport Related Activities) and each of the audit levels, this course provides an excellent grounding in energy efficiency and how to improve it.  NB: Participants will be asked to provide feedback following completion of this training.

Register: Carbon and Energy Professionals - CEP website

Webinar - Compressed Air Systems: Improving the Energy Hogs of Industry

When:    18 May 2020
Times:    4-5pm
Where:   Register online
Trainer:   Jack Young

Jack Young of Energy NZ looks at taming the energy hogs that are compressed air systems. What can we really and realistically do to improve them?

Register: Carbon and Energy Professionals - CEP website

Webinar - Sustainable heating and hot water systems

When:    19 May 2020 - fifth webinar in a series of 6
Times:    4-5pm
Where:   Register online
Trainer:   Marcus Baker

Marcus Baker of Apricus looks at sustainable solutions for your heating and water needs.

Webinar series

Carbon and Energy Professionals has teamed up with The Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) and its Gen Less programme to deliver a series of free webinars that will help businesses save money, become more productive and reduce their emissions.

The webinars will focus on how to save energy and reduce emissions not only improving efficiency but also positioning businesses to compete better in the future low carbon world.

Register: Webinar - Sustainable heating and hot water systems - CEP website

Business Case Workshop

When:    20 & 21 May 2020 (2 half day sessions)
Times:    9:00am - 12:30pm approx. daily
Where:   Register online
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.

Register: Carbon and Energy Professionals - CEP website

Webinar - Industrial Heat Pumps, Silver Bullet or Hype? 

When:       26 May 2020 - third webinar in a series of 6 (DATE CHANGE FROM ORIGINAL)
Times:       4 - 5pm
Where:      Register online
Presenter:  Jack Young (Energy NZ)

There is a lot of interest in the use and application of industrial heat pumps to improve efficiency and reduce emissions. In this webinar, Jack Young of Energy NZ looks at the benefits and limitations of employing industrial heat pumps, explores where they deliver superior outcomes and advises on what to consider if you are thinking of installing them.

Webinar series

Carbon and Energy Professionals has teamed up with The Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) and its Gen Less programme to deliver a series of free webinars that will help businesses save money, become more productive and reduce their emissions.

The webinars will focus on how to save energy and reduce emissions not only improving efficiency but also positioning businesses to compete better in the future low carbon world.

Register: Industrial Heat Pumps, Silver Bullet or Hype? - CEP website

Energy Management for Facilities Managers Training

When:    26-29 May 2020 (4 half day sessions)
Times:    9:00am - 12:30pm approx daily
Where:   Register online
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.

Register: Carbon and Energy Professionals - CEP website

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.

Register: Carbon and Energy Professionals - CEP website

Carbon and Energy Professional Training and Accreditation Programme

When:    Provisional Dates Aug/Sep 2020 (Tuesday - Friday)
Times:    Day 1 9:30am-5:30pm | Days 2 & 3 9:00am-5:15pm | Day 4 9:00am-4:30pm
Where:    Auckland - Venue TBC
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.

Interested in the next face-to-face delivery?

Please email info@cep.org.nz and include your name, company name, current role and  we will let you know as soon as the dates have been confirmed, following changes to the COVID19 restrictions.

Details: Carbon and Energy Professionals - CEP website

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Webinar - Energy Procurement, How to Save Money and Carbon

When:       28 April 2020 - second webinar in a series of 6 
Times:       4 - 5pm
Where:       Online
Presenter:  Shaun Hayward (Smart Power)

For most organisations, energy costs are a significant proportion of their cost structure and a major source of their emissions. This webinar - presented by Shaun Hayward of Smart Power - looks at ways of cutting energy bills and being smart about energy procurement to help address emissions.

Webinar series

Carbon and Energy Professionals has teamed up with The Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) and its Gen Less programme to deliver a series of free webinars that will help businesses save money, become more productive and reduce their emissions.

The webinars will focus on how to save energy and reduce emissions not only improving efficiency but also positioning businesses to compete better in the future low carbon world.

Link to Webinar: Energy Procurement, How to Save Money and Carbon

Webinar - Customer and Embedded Networks - what you need to know

When:    23 April 2020
Times:    4 – 5pm
Where:    Online
Trainer:   Nick Oldham

Nick Oldham of Smart Power discusses the differences between customer and embedded networks, the rules and regulations around each, the implications for business owners and landlords and what advisers need to know and consider when advising clients.

Webinar - Cutting electricity costs fast through paying less and using less

When:         21 April 2020 - first webinar in a series of 6 
Times:         4 - 5pm
Where:        Online
Presenters:  Ben Thomson and Paul Farrelly (Lumen)

New Zealand will soon be switching to acceleration mode with businesses picking up activity as we emerge from four weeks of lockdown.

Resources will be tight and there’s no better time to make efficiency improvements to make sure precious resources are directed where they will deliver best return.

Carbon and Energy Professionals has teamed up with The Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) and its Gen Less programme to deliver a series of free webinars that will help businesses save money, become more productive and reduce their emissions.

The webinars will focus on how to save energy and reduce emissions not only improving efficiency but also positioning businesses to compete better in the future low carbon world.

Link to Webinar: Cutting electricity costs fast through paying less and using less