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Transport Energy Auditing Certificate - In-person Training Program

$1,100.00

*Please note, for all certification preparation training programs, an additional fee is due when submitting your certification application to take the exam (excludes CMVP).

About this Program

Attend In-Person | 15 hours of instruction over 2 days.

Participants who attend the entire program and pass the assessments in the course will be awarded the Transport Energy Auditing Certificate.


The Transport Energy Auditing Certificate Training Program is a two-day course  aimed at experienced and qualified energy auditors seeking to include transport in their energy audits and management services. Experienced CEMs and CEA qualified auditors are the target audience.

Early Registration Recommended:

  • Registration for In-Person Attendance ends 7 days before the event start date.
  • Beginning in 2021: Early bird registration ends 10 days before the event start date. An additional surcharge of $100 will apply for registrations submitted 10 or less days before the event.

Overview

Objectives:

  • Understand transport energy, its measurement, management, losses and opportunities
  • Deliver an actionable audit report and ongoing supports to auditee company

Knowledge Base: What You Will Learn

  • Transport in context, policy drivers, legal requirements and energy related targets
  • Business case development and communication
  • Road Transport Energy Data; how to find it, analyze it and understand its certainties
  • Transport as a system, avoid, shift and improve model
  • Opportunities identification, audit and walk-around planning, pitfalls and avoidance
  • Alternative energy and fuels, vehicles and approaches
  • Actionable reports writing, developing EnPIs, LCCA for transport
  • Other modes – a brief overview of air, rail and maritime by request (vote taken at outset)

Skills: What You Will Be Able to Do

  • Questioning skills – very often the operator will be highly skeptical, auditor must lead
  • Numeracy – compiling and accessing large volumes of fueling transactions to:
    • Show vehicle by vehicle performance
    • Show fleet energy performance and savings from actions
  • Communication – oral and written – ‘energy’ is managed by every transport operator as they carry their fuel with them; understanding how to communicate is key to a successful audit. Auditor must be able to talk to drivers (key operators) and the boardroom (drivers/masters/pilots are highly mobile local language will not always be first language)

Demonstration of Competency (open book)

  • Communication & Questioning Skills; written test and 30 second elevator pitch exercise
  • Numeracy – multiple choice questions
  • Technology, alternative fuels – multiple choice knowledge test with pictures and problems
  • System challenges – pose problems with multiple choice answer based on system examples in course content. Similar to 50001 if ‘we’ve done it all’, challenge the process itself

Learning Outcomes

  • Intros & Objectives
    • Your customer examples and challenges
  • Basic principles of road transport energy use
  • Testing data quality; getting comfortable with the uncertainties
  • What to look for; opportunities and general approach (ASI)
  • Where to look, e.g., on your car/ vehicle walk-around
  • Report writing for fleet manager (how to get invited back)
  • Follow through to ongoing projects and relationships

Agenda

  • Day 1
    • Context
    • General Approach
      • Travel for business
      • Energy use in cars
    • Policy, laws and audit standards
      • Drivers for policy and laws
      • Audit standards from around the world
    • Measurement (energy & activity)
  • Day 2
    • Identifying Opportunities
    • EnPIs
    • Site Visit
    • New vehicles & alternative fuels
    • Review & exam

Educational Credits

You earn 1.5 CEU | 15 PDH | 3.0 AEE Credits* for completing this program.

*Participants must attend for the duration to earn CEUs.

Instructor

Your instructors include:

  • Conor Molloy

Location & Schedule

October 18 - 19, 2021 | In-Person Only

In-Person Location:

New Orleans Ernest N. Memorial Convention Center
900 Convention Center Blvd
New Orleans, LA 70130

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This program is held in conjunction with the AEE World Energy Conference & Expo. Participants gain free access to the Expo for this event. 

Schedule:

Daily Breaks: AM Break (15 min) | Lunch Break (1 hr) | PM Break (15 min)
Day 1 | Sign-In & Registration: 8:00 am – 8:30 am US Central
Day 1 | Training Hours: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm US Central
Day 2 | Training Hours: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm US Central

      Important Notes

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      • Early registration is recommended as seats for AEE Training Programs are limited. Registration will close when an event reaches capacity.
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