August 15, 2016
The Canadian Institute for Energy Training (CIET) is now the sole licensee for delivering all the Dollars to $ense (D2$) training workshops across Canada. This licence also includes the possibility of offering the workshops internationally through CIET’s sister-company the International Institute for Energy Training (IIET). Since 1997, over 30,000 trainees from industrial, commercial and institutional (ICI) organizations across Canada have enrolled in the D2$ energy-management workshops.
The D2$ workshops previously known as: Energy Management Planning (EMP), SPOT the Energy Savings Opportunities, Energy Monitoring (MT&R), Energy Management Information Systems (EMIS), Recommissioning for Buildings (RCx) and Energy Efficiency Financing (EEF) have all been updated in recent months and expended into 30 individual modules. These modules can be easily reorganized or adapted to meet individual organization’s training needs. The workshops will be offered publicly in most major Canadian cities starting in the fall and can also be offered on-site at organizations’ facilities either in standardized or customized versions.
Contact Mathieu Côte at firstname.lastname@example.org or tel. 647.255.3107 for details about D2$ training or to request for an on-site workshop. CIET has teamed up with Prism Engineering Ltd., TDS Dixon Inc., Système Énergie TST inc. and Enerscan Consultants Ltd., which will allow for local and experienced delivery of the workshops across Canada.
Visit cietcanada.com/dollars-to-sense for more details.
Since 1997, over 30,000 representatives of industrial, commercial and institutional organizations from across Canada have enrolled in the following Dollars to $ense workshops, including:
Energy Management Information Systems
Energy Management Planning,
Spot the Energy Savings Opportunities,
Energy Efficiency Financing.
In 2016, the Dollars to $ense energy management workshops have a new look and a new format. The material from the previous six standard workshops is now presented in 30 modules, which can easily be used as building blocks for organizations that have limited resources or that wish to focus on specific topics. The new format is also expected to further extend the reach of energy management workshops to Canada’s northern and aboriginal communities, and internationally.