Overview

The Certified Energy Manager (CEM®) certification is the most recognised designation in energy management and provides a wide range of benefits to help you thrive in your occupation. CIET is the exclusively authorised Canadian trainer of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) for delivery of the CEM® training and certification program.

 

This in-depth five-day training is ideal for professionals who seek a thorough program that covers the technical, economic and regulatory aspects of effective energy management. More than 13,000 professionals in more than 35 countries are now CEM® certified. This training provides a comprehensive forum with problem solving activities for those who want to gain broader understanding of the latest energy cost reduction techniques and strategies. This program is also ideal for professionals who require CEM® certification as recognition of their expertise. On the afternoon of day five, the Certified Energy Manager examination is administered.

 

Objectives

 

At the end of the course, participants should be able to discuss and evaluate:

  • Energy supply, uses, and management in buildings for the commercial and institutional sectors.
  • How energy can be used more efficiently in buildings for the commercial and institutional sectors.
  • Relationships between energy and building environments, as well as basic design concepts for constructing green buildings and facilities.
  • Different systems and equipment for buildings and manufacturing plants.

 

Target Clientele

  • Energy management professionals
  • Project engineers
  • Energy managers in the industrial, building and public services sectors
  • Service providers who wish to obtain CEM® certification
 
This course is offered in collaboration with AEE.
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Agenda

Day 1

  • The need for energy management
  • Energy management and surveys
  • Energy survey instrumentation
  • Building energy codes and standards
  • Indoor Air Quality; Energy Purchasing
  • Energy Accounting and Benchmarking; Energy rate structures; Electric rates and tariff structures

Day 2

  • Economic analysis and life cycle costing
  • Electrical systems and electric energy management
  • Lighting basics
  • Lighting system improvements
  • Building commissioning

 

Day 3

  • Electric motors and applications
  • Motors and drives
  • Compressed air systems
  • HVAC systems
  • Building envelope

 

Day 4

  • Boilers and steam systems
  • Pump Systems
  • CHP Systems and Renewable Energy
  • Energy management software
  • Green buildings; Practice problems
  • Basic Controls
  • Building automation and control systems

 

Day 5

  • Thermal energy storage, Maintenance, and Alternative financing
  • CEM Examination (Optional)

TRAINER(S)

Ed Rubinstein
Ed Rubinstein

Ed Rubinstein is the Energy & Environment Manager at the University Health Network. He’s been leading the hospital’s many environment programs since 1999 and has helped UHN become a leader in greening health care.

 

Both UHN and Ed’s leadership in the field of “greening health care” have been recognized by several awards, including from the Ontario Hospital Association, Natural Resources Canada, Practice Greenhealth and the Canadian Council of Ministers for the Environment.

Emily Thorn Corthay

Emily is a Professional Engineer, Certified Energy Manager and Certified Measurement and Verification Professional with a master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and fourteen years of engineering, project management and business development experience. Emily’s experience is focused in the energy field, both within North America and internationally. Currently, Emily leads the North American Energy Optimization and Management team within Hatch, a global engineering consulting firm with 10,000 employees. She pioneered the Energy Design Review process and co-led the Hatch delivery of innovative services such as Energy Management Information Systems consulting.

 

Emily has acted as project manager, technical reviewer and energy engineer for over 50 industrial energy projects, including energy audits, energy design reviews, energy efficiency improvement projects, energy management information system studies and implementation . Emily was also a team member for Canada’s first pilot program aimed at helping companies achieve the ISO 50001 energy management standard. She began her career with five years in the fuel cell industry.

 

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

The prerequisites to qualify for the certification process have been designed to take into account the possible diversity of education and practical experience an individual may have. However each CEM candidate must meet one of the following criteria:

 

Education   Experience
4-year degree in engineering or architecture
OR
Professional Engineer or Registered Architect
AND 3+ years of experience in energy engineering or energy management
4-year degree in technology, environmental science, physics, or earth science AND 4+ years of experience in energy engineering or energy management
4-year degree in business (or related field), or
a 3-year advanced diploma along with a CET designation
AND 5+ years of experience in energy engineering or energy management
2-year energy management associate’s degree AND 6+ years of experience in energy engineering or energy management
2-year technical associate’s degree AND 8+ years of experience in energy engineering or energy management
NONE AND 10+ years of experience in energy engineering or energy management

(Note: Verification of employment must be submitted.)

 

Energy Manager in Training Option

 

If you don’t yet meet the education or experience eligibility requirements for the CEM, but succesfully pass the exam, you will be awarded the Energy Manager in Training (EMIT TM) certification. 

RECOGNITION

The CEM certification is recognized, required and otherwise supported in numerous public and private entities. See AEE’s 2013 CEM Report for more details. In Canada, the CEM is frequently listed as a key qualification on job announcements, but is most notably recognized in the following ways:

  • BC Hydro includes the Certified Energy Manager (CEM) as the first recommended Further Education to be qualified as an Energy Manager under their Power Smart Energy Manager Program.
  • BC Hydro includes the CEM as one of the mandatory further education requirements to become a Community Energy Manager.
  • FortisBC lists the Certified Energy Manager as one of the required qualifications to be considered as part of their Energy Specialist Program.
  • All of FortisBC’s PowerSense technical advisors for large commercial and industrial customers have the CEM designation.
  • The Independant Electricity System Operator (IESO) subsidizes 50% of training fees for the CEM program under their saveONenergy Energy Manager Training Incentive.
  • The IESO lists the Certified Energy Manager as one of the required qualifications to perform audits under its Audit Funding program.
  • The IESO lists the Certified Energy Manager as one of the required qualifications for the funding of an Energy Manager hiring, under its Industrial Accelerator Program.
  • The IESO requires embedded and roving energy managers to be CEM.
  • CEM is a desired qualification for the two key energy roles at the City of Guelph. If a candidate does not have the qualification, the intent is that they will obtain it in their first year.
  • The Government of Alberta’s Quantification Protocol for Energy Efficiency in Commercial and Institutional Buildings requires the Protocol to be applied either by a CEM or a Certified Measurement and Verification Professional (CMVP).

 

 

You know the CEM is required or recognized elsewhere? Please let us know!

CERTIFICATION PROCESS

 STEP ONE: REGISTER FOR THE SEMINAR

 

 All CEM candidates must complete the Certified Energy Manager 5-day Training Program. After completing your seminar registration, go to STEP TWO below.

 

 

STEP TWO: COMPLETE YOUR CEM CERTIFICATION APPLICATION

The exam is administered from 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. on the last day of the seminar.

 

Notification of Exam Results

Within thirty days of the date of the exam, you will be notified of your score. Your CEM Application form must be submited before your score can be released. Do not call AEE about your test results before the end of the thirty-day period. Exam results are not available on the AEE website.

 

Review by Certification Board

If you receive a passing score and have submitted your CEM Application form, and if your file is complete including all supporting documents, your file will be sent to the Certification Board for final review. You will be notified at that time that you will receive the Board’s approval or denial within sixty days.

 

Use of CEM Designation

A Certified Energy Manager (CEM) may use the designation with name on organization letterhead, business cards, and all forms of address. Certification is for individuals only. The CEM designation may not be used to imply that an organization or firm is certified.

 

Application Deadlines

Your completed application (4 page application, employment verification and/or client verification and college transcripts) must be received at least 3 weeks prior to the date of the examination for which you wish to sit. If all of your supporting documentation is not received prior to your test date, it will not preclude you from sitting for the exam.

 

Maintaining Certification

For information on maintaining your certification, please visit AEE’s website.

 

Additional Information about CEM Certification

If you have any questions about CEM certification, please contact:

Helen Johnson, CEM Certification Director
Association of Energy Engineers (AEE)

3168 Mercer University Drive
Atlanta, GA 30341, USA
770 447-5083, ext. 218
email: Helen@aeecenter.org

 

The course includes...

  • On the first day of training, you receive your copies of the CEM workbook and  the Guide to Energy Management, International Version, which are included in the course fee.
  • Please note that all breakfasts, lunches, as well as morning and afternoon coffee breaks are also included in the course fee.

POLICIES

If you are unable to attend the course, you may substitute another person in your place without penalty. All cancellations or postponements must be communicated to CIET by email at info@cietcanada.com.

  • Registrations cancelled more than 4 weeks prior to the course starting date: no penalty.
  • Registrations cancelled between 2 and 4 weeks prior to the course starting date will be assessed a $200 administration fee.
  • Registrations cancelled 2 weeks or less prior to the course starting date will be assessed 50% of the registration fee.

$ Fees

Early bird fee $2,150
Regular fee
(After March 6, 2017)
$2,350
AEE certification fee
$545
Continuing Education Units (CEU) 3.6
CSEP points 4+2 (for certification)
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Ramada Plaza Toronto
300 Jarvis Street
Toronto, M5B 2C5
Phone: (416) 977-4823
Fax: (416) 977-4830

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