- Learn principles, tools and techniques of energy management and sustainability.
- Learn the body of knowledge needed for Certified Energy Manager (CEM®) certification.
If you want to help reduce energy consumption and increase energy efficiency in the built environment, this certificate is for you. It's for anyone who wants to learn more about energy management and sustainability - engineers, architects and business and facility managers. You'll learn about energy management in residential, commercial and institutional buildings and sustainable communities, as well as renewable sources, policy and procurement, energy auditing, current trends and economics and end uses by sector. This certificate is offered in collaboration with the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
What You'll Learn
- Assess energy needs in residential, commercial and industrial facilities and identify potential reductions.
- Apply energy management best practices to the built environment.
- Use financial evaluation tools to assess potential solutions.
- Evaluate, develop and set up an energy management system.
- Evaluate and develop initiatives to support sustainability.
You have three years from the start date of your first course to complete the certificate. Although this is not an engineering program, a background in a relevant technological discipline is recommended.