Does your organisation have learning paths set in place? Do you have the tools and knowledge base necessary to excel at your current job? Have the skills and experiences required for upward mobility been defined for you?
CIET has designed its training programs to be interrelated and designed according to key learning paths in the field of energy efficiency. If your organisation is in need of its own unique set of learning paths, CIET can help develop an effective roadmap to plan for employee development, succession planning and knowledge transfer, and capacity-building.
Based on 5 distinct categories, CIET has created its own Energy Learning Paths to help professionals chart a path towards achieving their career goals by outlining the training and educational tools they will need to reach them.
Step 1: Choose your career path
Step 2: Learning about its connection to energy
Step 3: Find workshops to boost your career.
Click a career path to jump to Step 2 and learn about its connection to energy.
Professionals in Energy Management are closely involved in the planning and monitoring of energy use at an organisational or facility level. Often technical leads, they are the drivers of energy efficiency projects, the authority on reporting and regulations, planners of retrofit projects and managers of renewable energy projects.
Individuals involved in Energy Consulting and Modelling are generally responsible for helping clients conserve energy and reduce operating costs by utilising a variety of tools. Consultants are often involved in forecasting and predicting energy use, and recommending energy efficiency and retrofit projects that can bring about savings. Additional benefits to clients include setting and meeting energy management GHG reduction targets.
Those who work in this sector are responsible for the daily operations and maintenance of buildings and their services, which often include tenant needs and comforts. They often have a direct link to energy controls and settings to buildings, as well as a mission to run the building as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible, both within a building’s walls and throughout the entire building envelope.
Those working for utilities and public agencies and institutions are often involved in managing and executing energy efficiency projects and reduction incentive programs, often at a regional or municipal level. Professionals in these sectors often work with a network of stakeholders and customers on energy and GHG reduction policies.
Individuals in this sector interact with customers to provide solutions and proposals, including costs and payback options that will reduce energy consumption and operating costs. They play a key role in acting as a resource in educating customers on energy solutions and providing them with information on energy conservation incentive programs from utilities and public agencies.
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