Since 1997, over 30,000 representatives of industrial, commercial and institutional (ICI) organizations from across Canada have enrolled in the Dollars to $ense (D2$) energy management workshops. In 2016, Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) has expanded and completely remodeled and updated the D2$ training material, before selecting CIET as the sole licensee for delivering the Workshops across the country. The new version of D2$ is thus not what you attended 5 or 15 years ago; there’s a lot more to it now! The material from the previous six standard workshops is now presented in 30 modules, which can easily be used as building blocks for organizations that have limited resources or that wish to focus on specific topics. Please contact Mr. Olivier Cappon to request an on-site workshop at email@example.com.
This module explains the benefits of energy management using a strategic approach.SAMPLE SLIDES
This module describes the benefits of an Energy Management System (EnMS), the key elements of ISO 50001, as well as the tools and resources that are available.SAMPLE SLIDES
This module explores the principles of energy performance benchmarking, introduces the key features of Portfolio Manager, and demonstrates the value of benchmarking in building a business case for energy management.SAMPLE SLIDES
This module explains the importance of behaviour change as a tool in energy management within an organization, and describes a systematic approach to achieving behaviour change.SAMPLE SLIDES
This module identifies and explains key terms for financial analysis of energy savings, describes the inputs and outputs of a cash flow analysis, and describes the methods of a basic financial analysis.SAMPLE SLIDES
This module evaluates an organization’s project selection decision making process, provides an approach to create a business case, and identifies key elements of an effective energy project “pitch” to a financial decision maker.SAMPLE SLIDES
This module provides various financing methods used to fund energy projects, such as Energy Performance Contracting and the role of Energy Service Companies.SAMPLE SLIDES
This module describes the basic principles of energy, how to manipulate units of measure and helps to understand power and energy terms.SAMPLE SLIDES
This module describes the different charges that apply to energy consumption and demand, and explains the incremental cost of electricity and thermal energy.SAMPLE SLIDES
This module describes a principles-based methodology to spot energy savings opportunities and to apply the 7 steps to determine the order of implementation of opportunities.SAMPLE SLIDES
This module lists and describes the various tools that support an energy audit and how to use these tools to help identify opportunities for energy reduction.SAMPLE SLIDES
This module explains the importance of various tools used when calculating energy savings and how to apply them.SAMPLE SLIDES
This module describes a method to assess savings opportunities in motor driven systems, identifies common opportunities and the savings calculation required for speed control.SAMPLE SLIDES
This module describes the basics of combustion and different types of boilers, how to maximize the efficiency of a condensing boiler, and identifies improvement opportunities and best practices for optimum performance.SAMPLE SLIDES
This module describes the key components of mechanical cooling and refrigeration systems, how the systems operate, and how to identify energy saving opportunities for cooling systems.SAMPLE SLIDES
This module explains lighting systems terminology, describes the various components of an effective lighting system and how they interact, and identifies conservation and efficiency.SAMPLE SLIDES
This module describes the mechanisms for heat loss through building envelope, identifies tools and methods to assess opportunities for improvements, and describes building envelope energy savings opportunities.SAMPLE SLIDES
This module describes the high cost of compressed air compared to other systems, and identifies saving opportunities in compressed air systems.SAMPLE SLIDES
This module describes the various types of heat recovery and how heat recovery can be a saving opportunity.SAMPLE SLIDES
This module identifies where renewable energy is appropriate, the major sources of renewable energy (RE), and the tools used to estimate savings potential for RE systems.SAMPLE SLIDES
This module describes what makes RCx a unique activity, explains the operational and business benefits of RCx, and describes common RCx opportunities.SAMPLE SLIDES
This module describes the RCx process, criteria for selecting suitable buildings, describes how to initiative and manage an effective RCx project, and the key activities required for persistence savings.SAMPLE SLIDES
This module describes the basic components and actions of a building control system, how to reduce waste and maximize efficiency through building system control strategies, and identifies ways to obtain effective equipment maintenance using input from your building control system.SAMPLE SLIDES
This module describes the benefits and key functions of monitoring, describes performance analysis techniques and monitoring as part of an Energy Management Information System (EMIS).SAMPLE SLIDES
This module explores the relationship between energy and driving influences using various analytical tools, describes the steps in the development of a simple energy performance model, and identifies easily accessible analytical tools for performance analysis.SAMPLE SLIDES
This module describes how to apply the principles of monitoring to the measurement and verification (M&V) of project savings, and describes M&V methods.SAMPLE SLIDES
This module identifies the potential benefits of sub-metering to verify, control and reduce costs, and describes various meter types, cost and application considerations.SAMPLE SLIDES
This module describes the basic principles of an Energy Management Information System (EMIS), its main elements and requirements for a successful EMIS implementation.SAMPLE SLIDES
This module explains the steps to conduct an Energy Management Information Systems (EMIS) audit, explains the organizational gap analysis, the allocation of Energy Account Centres, the source of savings from an EMIS and the basis for costing the EMIS.SAMPLE SLIDES
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Important COVID-19 Update for CIET Spring 2020 Training Calendar – CIET Goes Virtual!
Last Updated: March 24, 2020, 09:20am
The entire CIET team has been working hard recently to provide new training options for you through virtual real-time classrooms considering the current situation. This will allow everyone to continue accessing CIET training in a safe manner, which protects both our participants and our trainers. You can register for these virtual courses in confidence, knowing that they will provide the same quality of training that you expect from CIET. These real-time training sessions will be available to all participants across Canada.
REGISTER FOR VIRTUAL TRAINING TODAY: You can view all these virtual training courses on our calendar!
For now, CIET has taken the decision to defer all in-class courses which cannot be offered virtually, scheduled before June 15, 2020.
If you are NOT registered to a course yet:
We are still taking registrations for all courses (deferred and virtual) and will communicate with registered participants to a deferred course when it becomes possible to offer the training again in person.
Cancellation policy: Should you wish to cancel later, we’ve suspended our cancellation policy and there are no fees for any cancellation effective immediately. This suspension will be effective for all registrations made prior to, at least, April 30, 2020.
If you ARE registered to a deferred course:
Courses offered before June 15, 2020, which cannot be offered virtually, are currently deferred.
For now, we propose keeping the registrations of all participants active and informing you of: (1) new dates as they become possible/available; and (2) our new fall 2020 training dates, which should be announced in May-June. Your registration and payment could then be applied, without additional fees, to any new training session.
Should you still wish to cancel, we’ve suspended our cancellation policy and there are no fees for any cancellation effective immediately.
Through all these measures, CIET hopes to provide as much flexibility as possible to training participants while respecting its commitments to other participants, trainers and partners, as well as public health recommendations.
We thank you very much for your trust and collaboration and look forward to welcoming you soon with an elbow bump!
The CIET Team