2018 was quite the year. The following is an abridged version of everything you need to know about CIET training in 2018.


3 New Things About Our Courses







CIET Added two new courses in the residential sector aimed at supporting existing and aspiring Energy Advisors across the country: The Prep course for the NRCan Foundation Level Exam and the Prep course for the NRCan ERS v15 Energy Advisor Exam.


Along with this, CIET also introduced two free Supplemental Exam Guides. Download the guides here.











Due to participant feedback, we made changes to our Building Energy Modelling featuring CAN-Quest, breaking the content out into two different courses, and strengthening the content on NECB compliance – which after all is arguably the most important feature of the CAN-Quest software, and energy modelling as a whole.


Click to learn more about each of the new courses:







Also in 2018, CIET introduced subsidies for its courses in the province of Alberta, provided by Energy Efficiency Alberta (EEA). Thanks to this partnership, which provides a 50% subsidy for residents of the province, there has been a tremendous amount of interest and participants exposed to various concepts and knowledge of Energy Efficiency.


See what we have planned in Alberta next.


Top 3 Quotes About CIET Training




 I was engaged, interested and learning every step of the way. Very impressed!

-Certified RETScreen Expert (CRE), Toronto, Nov. 20-22, 2018





Fantastic experience and relevant information to add based on real life experience. Able to answer all participant questions.
Fundamentals of Compressed Air Systems, Toronto, Nov. 20, 2018





One of the absolute best courses I have ever had the pleasure of attending.

-Certified RETScreen Expert (CRE), Charlotte, Oct. 15-17, 2018


3 Most Popular Courses


Certified Energy Manager (CEM)

2. Dollars to $ense (D2$) – both public and on-site courses
3. Certified RETScreen Expert (CRE)


3 Things To Look Forward To in 2019




The creation of Efficiency Manitoba, which is expected to be a key contributor to helping proliferate the concepts and opportunities related to Energy Efficiency in the keystone province.





The launch of new programs and training offerings in the province of Québec, aided by the continued support of Transition Énergétique Québec (TEQ).




Federal and provincial efforts of Climate Change, which have long been slated to garner additional vigour with the proposed introduction of a Carbon Tax in provinces that do not have suitable Climate Change reduction plans in place.


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