Energy Code Training

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Energy Code Training

Training opportunities will be delivered across the state of New York focused on the Energy Code and its practical application to your field. Courses will qualify for continuing education credit for leading industry credentials. IBTS courses are designed for municipal decision makers, code officials, and other energy code stakeholders, and feature information on the many “energy specialists” supporting energy code compliance.

In New York, the Energy Conservation Construction Code of New York State (the “Energy Code”) is a minimum building standard for energy efficiency, applicable to new construction and renovation of commercial and residential buildings. The Energy Code is one of nine building codes in New York State, making implementation and enforcement complex and time consuming. Buildings in New York represent approximately 60% of the State’s total energy consumption, so there is significant opportunity for energy savings.

IBTS has been selected to support NYSERDA in providing a range of free and low-cost training and other support services to municipal code officials, design professionals, energy professionals and members of the construction trades, all designed to improve compliance with the Energy Code.

IBTS Energy Code Courses:

 

NY Energy Code Municipal Opportunities

This brief, two-hour introductory course is designed to familiarize municipal officials, building code officials, and other important decision makers with NYS Energy Conservation Construction Code (NYSECCC) and the role third party energy professionals can take to assure energy code compliance and the subsequent benefits.

Learning objectives:

  • Familiarize audience with the NYSECCC code
  • Understand challenges and opportunities associated with enforcing compliance with the energy code
  • Describe provisions that permit the use of third-party energy professional services
  • Learn about applicable, real-world municipal-focused case studies

AIA (LU/HSW), ICC, IACET, GBCI, BPI and NYS DOS (Topic 3) continuing education credits are available for this course.

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NY Residential Energy Code Allies and Assets

This course, offered in two- and four-hour increments, designed for consumers and potential consumers of third party energy professional services, will explore the role of energy professionals in achieving compliance with the residential provisions of the 2016 Energy Conservation Construction Code of New York State (ECCCNYS-2016).

Learning objectives:

  • Familiarize audience with residential code provisions that permit the use of energy professionals
  • Introduce common residential energy professionals and demonstrate their skill sets and capabilities
  • Discuss the benefits of using each energy professional in residential code compliance
  • Identify how and where energy professionals fit into current code compliance processes

AIA (LU/HSW), ICC, GBCI, IACET, BPI, and NYS DOS (Topic 3) continuing education credits available.

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NY Commercial Energy Code Allies and Assets

This course, offered in two- and four-hour increments, designed for consumers and potential consumers of third party energy professional services, will explore the role of energy professionals in achieving compliance with the commercial provisions of the 2016 Energy Conservation Construction Code of New York State (ECCCNYS-2016).

Learning objectives:

  • Familiarize audience with commercial code provisions that permit the use of energy professionals
  • Introduce common commercial energy professionals and demonstrate their skill sets and capabilities
  • Discuss the benefits of using each energy professional in commercial code compliance
  • Identify how and where energy professionals fit into current code compliance processes

Upcoming Trainings:

  • 3/12/19 – White Plains, NY (Westchester County NYSBOC)
  • 4/10/19 – State College & University Building Association

AIA (LU/HSW), ICC, GBCI, IACET, BPI, NYS DOS (Topic 3) continuing education credits available.

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NY Residential Energy Code Business Opportunities

Designed for residential energy professionals, this four-hour course will empower attendees to develop a business case for energy professional services. Through break-out groups and discussion, attendees will become knowledgeable of their role in energy code compliance, gain the ability to identify the needs of various target customers, and learn how to effectively identify and communicate their services.

Learning objectives:

  • Familiarize audience with residential code provisions that permit the use of energy professional services
  • Discuss the needs of potential consumers of energy professionals
  • Identify business opportunities for residential energy professionals in the current code compliance processes
  • Explore ways to increase business by learning to effectively communicate residential services to customers
  • Develop a business case to present to potential customers

AIA (LU/HSW), ICC, IACET, BPI and NYS DOS (Topic 3) continuing education credits are available for this course.

Contact Us for more information about this course.

 

NY Commercial Energy Code Business Opportunities

Designed for commercial energy professionals, this four-hour course will empower attendees to develop a business case for energy professional services. Through break-out groups and discussion, attendees will become knowledgeable of their role in energy code compliance, gain the ability to identify the needs of various target audiences, and learn how to effectively identify and communicate their services.

Learning objectives:

  • Familiarize audience with commercial code provisions that permit the use of energy professionals
  • Discuss the needs of potential consumers of energy professional services
  • Identify business opportunities for commercial energy professionals in the current code compliance processes
  • Explore ways to increase business by learning to effectively communicate commercial services to customers
  • Develop a business case to present to potential customers

AIA (LU/HSW), ICC, IACET, BPI and NYS DOS (Topic 3) continuing education credits are available for this course.

Contact Us for more information about this course.