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  • Certified Energy Manager On-Demand Training Program and CEM Exam (Self-Paced)

    09/16/2021 8:00AM - 09/27/2021 5:00PM

    Provider:Association of Energy Engineers (AEE)

    Course Dates:
    Six-Month Access for each Participant / CEM exam held via remote proctoring according to individual participant’s schedules
    24 Recorded Training Hours – 0.5 day exam / 2.4 CEU
    Registration Deadline: September 27th at COB

    Course Description:
    The Certified Energy Manager On-Demand Training Program offers the full-length version of the CEM program (20+ training hours), through pre-recorded sessions from multiple instructors. Participants will also receive a physical copy of the workbook to prepare for their exam. The instructor teaches participants energy relationships and the equations and calculations that govern them. As a CEM, it is easier to optimize a system when these fundamentals are understood. When used as a certification exam preparation tool, the on-demand program effectively prepares participants for the CEM exam because they are more comfortable performing energy-related equations.

    Course Value:$1,695

    You Pay: $0

    All training and certification courses are offered at no cost to participants on a first come, first serve basis. Due to the time commitment for this course, registrants will only be allowed to signup for this course if they are not registered for any other courses through the DCSEU that present a time conflict (unless that course is self-paced). This program is designed to expand the local green workforce and local business opportunities.

  • Financing a Green Recovery for the District: Funding Opportunities for Contractors and Small Businesses

    05/25/2021 12:00PM - 05/25/2021 1:00PM

    Please join us and our Managing Director, Ted Trabue next Tuesday, May 25th for a panel discussion to learn how the DCSEU, DC Greenbank, Flywheel Development, and City First Enterprises are financing a green recovery for the District. Hosted by DC Capital Connector and moderated by DC Green Bank's CEO, Eli Hopson.