The Certified Energy Manager (CEM) and Energy Management Professional 101 (EMP 101) programs are two of the premium programs for those involved in energy management in Canada. So how do you know which course to register for?
Determining which course is right for you has a lot to do with where you are in your career right now.
A quick overview of EMP 101
As an ideal participant for the EMP 101 program, you will find yourself relating to one of these three groups:
1. Those who have a technical background, but are looking for a better idea of how they can communicate the benefits of energy efficiency to stakeholders (i.e. those who want to develop their communication and engagement skills or soft skills).
2. Those who have the knowledge of how energy management works and how to communicate in an organisational or energy efficiency program setting, but need to better understand energy consuming systems, and where to find energy savings.
3. Those who are newer to the energy efficiency field, either as recent graduates, in career transition, or as newer Canadians
Energy Management Professional 101 provides pragmatic knowledge and will help you develop skills that you can apply to your current or future role in energy management. The other benefit of the EMP 101 program is that it is a stepping stone toward the Certified Energy Management (CEM) designation, which is usually taken when a participant has accrued experience in the field.
Learn more about the EMP 101 program and find an upcoming session. (For a detailed look into this course, watch the video at the end of this article)
A quick overview of CEM
5 days of training targeted to those with some experience in Energy Management
Provides a venue through which participants will be exposed to discussing and evaluating energy supply, uses, and management in buildings in the commercial and institutional sectors
Explains relationships between energy and building environments and basic design concepts for constructing green buildings and facilities
Reviews different systems and equipment for buildings and manufacturing plants
Lays out a holistic view of energy management, and provides participants with a chance to earn the most recognized designation in the sector – the CEM
As an ideal participant for the CEM program, you will have:
1. Minimum 2-3 years of experience in energy management
2. Ideally completed the EMP 101 program
3. A technical or engineering background
As the most recognised designation in energy management, the CEM designation can validate participants to the job market and employers that they have a strong pragmatic understanding of energy management. This program is ideal for the following groups: Energy Management professionals; Project engineers; Energy Managers in the industrial, building and public services sector; service providers who wish to obtain the CEM designation.
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COVID-19 Information for CIET'S Fall 2021 Training Calendar – CIET will continue with virtual training!
Last Updated: May 18, 2021
CIET to continue Virtual Real-Time classroom training this fall!
With well over 100 virtual real-time courses delivered since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, and based on feedback received from more than 1,600 participants, CIET is happy to inform that all public training sessions offered this fall will be delivered through our virtual real-time classrooms.
This will allow everyone to continue to access CIET training in a safe manner, which protects both our participants and our trainers, regardless of what happens with the pandemic or public health measures. This allows you the peace of mind to register for a virtual training course today, knowing that the training will be delivered with the same quality of training that you expect from an in-person CIET course. Also, keeping the virtual real-time training sessions will ensure that our full course calendar is available to all participants across Canada and abroad, regardless of geographical location.
You can find more information about CIET’s virtual training approach:
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 in our virtual classrooms!
The CIET Team