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When registered for REA (2 prep courses) - NRCan

How do I become an energy advisor?

We’ve outlined your path to a career as an REA.

Infographic Representing the 7 Steps to ecome a Registered Energy Advisor- CIET

 

Start Your Career As A Registered Energy Advisor

1. Download the Foundation Level Exam Study Guide and Energy Advisor Exam Study Guide for free.
2. Enroll in CIET’s Prep Course for the NRCan Foundation Level Exam
3. Write the Foundation Level Exam
4. Register for CIET’s Prep Course for the NRCan Energy Advisor Exam (House)
5. Write the Energy Advisor Exam
6. Become affiliated with a service organisation
7. Work with the service organisation to assess energy performance and identify potential energy savings in homes

 

For more information on how to become an energy advisor, visit NRCan’s website here.

 

For more information about service organizations and how to become one, visit this NRCan’s webpage.

 

IMPORTANT: Find the difference between Energy Advisors and Energy Auditors here.


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