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AEE Building Energy Technician
Why take this course:
The Association of Energy Engineers Building Energy Sustainability Technician (BEST) certification teaches building operators ways in which to save energy and lower the operational costs of commercial buildings.
A high quality building operator can bring significant savings to commercial buildings without high retrofit costs. CleanEdison is the only training provider offering BEST certification training on a national, open enrollment basis.
This course is ideal for building operators, architects, facility managers, engineers, construction managers, utility managers and other individuals with experience in facilities maintenance and operations or building energy management.
What you'll learn:
CleanEdison's 32-hour BEST course teaches experienced building professionals how to improve their practices towards building efficiency and sustainability.
This commercial energy management training covers essential building energy efficiency concepts including financial considerations for equipment purchases, building utilities, energy audits and instrumentation, lighting, energy savings, HVAC systems, heating and refrigeration systems, and controls and compressed air systems.
- 4-day course includes 32 hours of training
- Exam fees for the BEST Certification Exam
- CleanEdison Pass Guarantee: if you do not pass the certification exam on your first try, you may re-take the course at no additional cost
- CleanEdison Course Policy
To be awarded the BEST designation, candidates must successfully finish CleanEdison's BEST course, receive a passing grade of over 70% on the BEST Certification Exam, and fulfill the prerequisites as designated by the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE).
Candidates for BEST certification must meet one of the following criteria:
|High School Diploma / GED||AND||3+ years of experience in HVAC, refrigeration, central plant, controls, or building automation systems|
|1 year of technical school or college||AND||2+ years of experience in HVAC, refrigeration, central plant, controls, or building automation systems|
|Bachelor's Degree, Professional Engineer (PE), or Registered Architect (RA)||AND||1+ year of experience in HVAC, refrigeration, central plant, controls, or building automation systems|