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Building commissioning involves quality-focused projects that confirm building systems function according to criteria set forth in project documents. This documentation process ensures that a building owner’s operations needs are met.


Why are commissioning projects important?


When a building isn’t operating properly, it can have poor indoor air quality and comfort, consumer higher levels of energy, and produce equipment failures. When a building is properly commissioned, it tends to require fewer change orders, be more energy efficient, and typically has lower operation and maintenance costs.


The Certified Building Commissioning Professional (CBCP) course will not only help you prepare for the CBCP designation exam, but it will review all the phases of commissioning projects so you leave knowing the best practices that are currently being used.


One of the areas the course will review is building commissioning goals:


CIET CBCP Graphic Banner - Certified Building Commissioning Professional


More About the Certified Building Commissioning Professional (CBCP) Course

The CBCP course is a 5-day training program designed to meet the training needs of those who need to know the technical details of the commissioning process — from pre-design through the operations phase.

Key learnings participants will takeaway include:

  • Discern in which context a commissioning project should be undertaken and when.
  • Fully understand each aspect of the commissioning process (pre-design phase, design phase, construction phase, occupancy phase).
  • Be exposed to commissioning best practices for building types such as hospitals, offices, universities, data centers, and airports.
  • Be aware of the interactions between commissioning and other standards and design frameworks.
  • Understand the main tenets of recommissioning (RCx) and existing building commissioning (EBCx) and how they are utilized in real-world scenarios.
  • Grasp the implications of commissioning projects on building systems and O&M responsibilities.
  • Present your own project experiences and see how they might be adjusted based on a new understanding of commissioning.
  • Have an overview of commissioning software tools and smart building commissioning.


Learn more about this training program.

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CIET to Continue Virtual Real-Time Classroom Training in the First Half of 2022 ... with a Twist! 

Last Updated: November 8, 2021 


CIET to Continue Virtual Real-Time Classroom Training in the First Half of 2022 … with a Twist! 


With well over 200 virtual real-time courses delivered since March 2020 and based on feedback received from more than 2,500 participants, CIET is happy to announce that all public training sessions offered between January and June 2022 will be delivered through our virtual real-time classrooms, with one exception. We’re very excited about our very first in-person course since March 13, 2020: a Certified Energy Manager (CEM) session to be held in downtown Toronto from April 4 to 8, 2022. 


Keeping our courses virtual will allow everyone to continue to access CIET training in a safe manner that protects both our participants and trainers regardless of what happens with the pandemic or public health measures. This allows you peace of mind to register for a virtual training course today, knowing that the training will be delivered with the same quality that you would expect from an in-person CIET course. Also, keeping 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. 


That being said, we really hope to be able to deliver (1) a much broader in-person offering in the fall of 2022 (2) while still offering significant pan-Canadian virtual training.  


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! 


 Best regards, 

The CIET Team 

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