Learn the essentials to get organizations on the road toward continuous savings.
Build energy management system (EnMS) expertise by sending staff to training courses or sponsoring in-house training of an expert team that can then spread EnMS benefits across multiple facilities. Also, utilities and public benefit administrators that offer 50001 Ready as part of their programs can provide additional assistance. These trainings reference DOE’s award-winning 50001 Ready Navigator which offers step-by-step EnMS guidance.
Classroom and Online Training
Develop the ability to provide critical technical assistance to industrial and commercial facilities preparing to certify to ISO 50001:
- Review energy fundamentals
- Dive into EnMS and management system concepts
- Discuss energy action plans and fundamentals of business decision-making
- Practice data collection and use and statistical modeling
- Find out how to conduct an internal audit plus prepare for a third-party certification audit
- And more!
Register for Classroom Training
Next course: August 2019.
Participants have the option of staying a fifth day to take the exam to become a 50001 CP EnMS or taking the exam at test centers around the country.
Register for Online Training
Next course: March 2019, register by March 24!
Participants have the option of taking the exam to become a 50001 CP EnMS at test centers around the country.
Georgia Tech Professional Education is licensed to offer these trainings, sign up to be notified on upcoming energy management courses. The Institute of Energy Management Professionals (IEnMP) administers the 50001 CP EnMS exam and credential.
Organizations that wish to develop an internal team of EnMS experts can hire a 50001 EnMS Qualified Instructor to provide in-house training. These qualified 50001 CP EnMS instructors follow the proven DOE curriculum that has helped leading businesses successfully implement ISO 50001.
Training programs can be tailored to the needs of each organization. Typical training includes three in-person sessions plus training webinars; the duration and topics of these sessions can be tailored to meet the specific needs of the organization.
Utility and public benefit administrator (PBA) programs are incorporating 50001 Ready in their energy efficiency and Strategic Energy Management (SEM) programs. Support may include in-person training workshops, remote coaching, connecting with peers, and financial incentives. In addition, several consulting organizations have experience supporting commercial and industrial facilities involved in utility programs offering 50001 Ready.
At no cost to you, access subject matter expertise and technical support from the 50001 Ready program's Help Desk. Demonstrations of the 50001 Ready Navigator and one-to-one assistance is available.