*Please note, for all certification preparation training programs, an additional fee is due when submitting your certification application to take the exam (excludes CMVP).
**Please note: This event is for International (non-US) participants only. US participants will not be permitted to attend. Register for the US Annual CEM Update here.**
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You earn 1.1 CEU | 11 PDH | 2.2 AEE Credits for completing this program.
Attendees will have access to the program materials for six months. The total video run time is approximately 11 hours.
• 1-1: Introductions 1:06:49
• 1-2: Global Energy & Market Trends 0:23:06
• 1-3: Global Energy & Market Trends continued 0:20:21
• 1-4: CEM Updated Materials and Tools 1:01:30
• 1-5: Success Tips for Engineers 1:16:03
• 1-6: Case Studies 0:58:15
• 1-7: General Energy Management Approaches 0:07:54
• 2-1: New Opportunities in Energy Procurement 1:08:08
• 2-2: Will Electrification lead to Electrocution of the Natural Gas Industry 0:56:08
• 2-3: ISO 50001 Requirements and Updates 1:22:41
• 2-4: Updates on ASHRAE 90.1, LEED and European Energy Directive 0:57:10
• 2-5: Selling Energy Projects 1:17:57
Access to Materials
Enrollment opens on a weekly basis. Individuals that register by 12 pm EST Friday, gain access to the program at 12 pm EST the following Monday. You gain access to the course materials for six months.
During the six-month access period, you can stream the videos at any time, from anywhere you have an internet connection.
Once an attendee has completed all modules, they confirm completion by informing AEE in writing (email). AEE will then issue a digital certificate of completion and award the earned CEU/PDH/AEE Credits.
An exam is not administered during this program and the program does not provide an AEE certification. Attendees with lapsed CEM certifications may contact AEE to find out how to renew their CEM certification.
This course is designed to help CEMs, including energy managers, energy engineers, facility and business managers, industrial engineers, supply chain professionals, utility officials, consultants, contractors, financial officers, and energy service company professionals become more aware of and effective at identifying and implementing the best energy management strategies.
Only instructors with greater than 20 years experience in the industry teach this program. They present the latest practices, strategies, and theories, while leading discussions in an open, interactive environment. In each topic covered, the instructors focus on the most “useful” and “proven” activities that are the most significant value to attendees.