Registration is now open for LEED v4.1 Building Design and Construction (BD+C), Interior Design and Construction (ID+C) and Operations and Maintenance (O+M) projects!
This month, listen to a recording of a July 18th “Ask the Experts” session about Location and Sites in LEED v4.1, where attendees connected directly with USGBC and GBCI experts and asked questions.
The “Ask the Experts” session series is an opportunity to connect directly with USGBC and GBCI experts about LEED v4.1. Over the next few months during the monthly discussion forums, we will be playing a recording of each subsequent “Ask the Experts” session.
Pricing: $10 for all attendees.
Advance registration is required. If you would like continuing education credit for attendance, you will need to include your GBCI number in the registration/order form. You may also pose questions you’d like to discuss related to this months topic in the registration! Call-in instructions will be emailed to all registered participants in your confirmation and reminder emails.
Attendees will earn 1 LEED-specific GBCI CE hour.
Level I Training Series
Building Operator Certification (BOC) training includes nearly 74 hours of classroom and project work (7.4 CEUs) in building systems operation and maintenance. Each course in the series is completed in a one day training session, except BOC 1001 Energy Efficient Operation of Building HVAC Systems, which is a two day course. To graduate from the series, participants must pass a test at the end of each training day and complete five assigned projects. Unless otherwise noted, training begins at 8:00 a.m. and ends by 4:00 p.m. Early registration is encouraged.
Tuition: $1,350. The registration fee of $1,350 covers all class materials, books, and a certificate upon completion of the training series.
Are you a veteran? If so, you qualify for a tuition discount.
|August 8-9, 2019 (Two Days)……||BOC 1001 – Energy Efficient Operation of Building HVAC Systems|
|August 23, 2019 …………………..||BOC 1002 – Measuring and Benchmarking Energy Performance|
|September 5-6, 2019 …………….||BOC 1003 – Efficient Lighting Fundamentals*|
|September 19-20, 2019 …………||BOC 1004 – HVAC Controls Fundamentals*|
|October 4, 2019 ………………….||BOC 1005 – Indoor Environmental Quality|
|October 17-18, 2019 ……………..||BOC 1006 – Low-Cost Operational Improvement*|
|November 1, 2019 ……………….||BOC 1007 – Facility Electrical Systems|
* Denotes that the class will be held online. This series will offer a hybrid model, which will allow for students to attend three of the classes from the comfort of their office or home. These classes will be offered online, with live video conferencing software that will allow for students and instructors to interact just as they would in the classroom. The motivation behind this model is to make the program accessible for those who may have difficulty getting the necessary time approved off or for those who are further away from the training location in Hazard, Kentucky.
Important: Graduates of this training series will earn a training certificate of completion. In order to earn the Certified Building Operator credential, graduates will need to register for a third-party exam. Registration for this exam will be available throughout the duration of the training series and the exam will be scheduled individually once the training series is completed.
Where the industry evolves
The Resource Recycling Conference and Trade Show, in partnership with the The Recycling Partnership, Association of Plastic Recyclers and National Recycling Coalition, is the must-attend conference for the recycling industry’s most influential policy leaders, CEOs and government officials. The conference, now entering its 10th year, is your opportunity to network with clients, prospective partners, vendors and top materials management decision-makers all in one location, saving you precious time and travel expenses. The conference’s lineup of education sessions will offer attendees the latest on materials processing trends, tactics to boost diversion rates, legislative talking points, market analysis and much more.
The Resource Recycling Conference and Trade Show shines a light on the topics most relevant to recycling and composting professionals. Experts from across the field will share fresh research findings and delve into key company developments and informed prognoses of the future.
Here’s a sneak peek at some of the issues set to be explored in New Orleans:
• Concerns and opportunities in plastics
• The latest from Asia
• Drilling down on contamination
• Paper recycling tipping point
• Safety throughout the chain
The Resource Recycling Conference and Trade Show has teamed up with SWANA to offer continuing education units for attending the conference sessions. SWANA is the leading source of solid waste training and education throughout North America for facility policy-makers, mangers, owners and operators, and industry consultants.
Are you seeking pathways to access solar energy, but not sure how?
Is your facility or organization interested in installing an on site solar array, but need tips on how?
If you answered yes, then this workshop is for you!
KY EXCEL, Kentucky’s environmental leadership program, invites you to join us for a interactive day of learning the “ins and outs” of how to access solar energy and manage electricity. This is a great educational and networking opportunity for all of Kentucky’s current and developing stewards and environmental educators (e.g. environmental professionals/educators, consultants, non-profits, local governments, and manufacturing/industry representatives).
What to expect:
– Insight from firsthand experience for on-site and offsite options.
– Ideas and suggestions from experts on getting started in, managing electricity and storing energy.
– Networking with solar energy experts and installers
EPA Energy Star Portfolio Manager Training
The Louisville Energy Alliance, in partnership with Louisville Metro Government’s Office of Sustainability, invite you to attend a free ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager training.
The training will consist of a one-hour webinar hosted by an ENERGY STAR professional followed by on-site technical assistance with entering data into the software. The training will consist of a one-hour webinar hosted by an ENERGY STAR professional followed by on-site technical assistance with entering data into the software.
Portfolio Manager is a free, online software that enables building owners and managers to track and evaluate a facility’s energy and water consumption over time. Buildings that perform in the top 25% of their peers, receiving a minimum score of 75/100, are eligible to receive the ENERGY STAR certification.
In this three-part series, participants will learn everything from the basics of entering building and energy data into the software to the more advanced functions of setting goals and targets for their energy improvements. Technical experts will be on-site to assist with questions after each of the webinars.
Attendees will learn how to:
- Operate Portfolio Manager
- Set up a new property
- Set up water and energy meters
- Log energy and water use data
- Create custom reports from the data
Why ENERGY STAR Certification?
- ENERGY STAR buildings are seen as top performers in energy-efficiency
- Lower operating costs
- Higher marketability
- Fewer greenhouse gas emissions
- Higher rental rates
After entering data into Portfolio Manager, building owners and managers will become eligible to participate in the Office of Sustainability’s Free ENERGY STAR Certification Program, which allows building owners to receive free verification services from a licensed architect or engineer, building managers and owners must first enter their data into Portfolio Manager.
When: All sessions 8:30 am – 11:00 am (optional technical assistance session 10:00 – 11:00 am)
Portfolio Manager 101 – Tuesday, September, 2019
Portfolio Manager 101 – Tuesday, July 9, 2019
Portfolio Manager 101 – Tuesday, July 23, 2019
Spalding University – College of Health and Natural Sciences Room 113
901 S. Third Street, Louisville, KY 40203
Advanced registration is required.
What is your kW and water use per unit of production?
Join leading plant engineers, maintenance managers and energy managers at the 2019 Best Practices Expo & Conference.
The BEST PRACTICES 2019 conference is designed to educate and provide tools to the people who make industrial utility projects happen at a factory. Factory personnel (General Managers, Production Managers, Energy Managers, Plant Engineers, Maintenance Managers) will convene here to identify Key Performance Indicators, learn to measure them and identify projects to reduce kW and H2O consumption per unit of product produced.
All levels of expertise from the compressed air, vacuum, blower and cooling system industries will attend to either share or enhance their knowledge of these systems. Sales engineers, in particular, will be trained on techniques to help their industrial accounts embrace these opportunities. Specifying engineers and utility incentive program representatives will also attend to learn to better advise their industrial accounts.
Key topics will include:
- Track 1: Compressed Air Supply Strategies
- Track 2: Compressed Air Demand Reduction
- Track 3: Blower and Vacuum Optimization
- Track 4: Cooling Systems and Energy Management