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December 2015 – December 2016

Dec
10
Thu
2015
New NYS Energy Code Training – The Role of Residential Energy Specialists (2 LU/HSW) @ Clifton Park - Half-moon Library - Near Albany, NY
Dec 10 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Continuing Education Credits: IBTS is authorized by IACET to offer .2 CEUs for this program. AIA has approved 2.0 LU/HSW units for this program.

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Date: December 10th, 2015: 1-3pm (EST)

Price: FREE

The New York State Energy Conservation Construction Code (“Energy Code”) will be updated in accordance with the 2015 International Energy Conservation Code in 2016. This new Energy Code will be more complex and present new challenges for the building design construction and enforcement industry.

NYSERDA has partnered with the Institute for Building Technology and Safety (IBTS) to deliver live training over the next two years focused on the role of “energy specialists” and how they can support builders, designers and code enforcement officials and their value in performing a more significant role in Energy Code compliance and enforcement.

This session is an interactive, two-hour course designed for engineering and design professionals, code enforcement officials and members of the building community.

Course objectives include:

  • Inform on the upcoming Energy Code requirements that mandate or permit using energy specialists
  • Introduce the most common energy specialists, their skills and capabilities
  • Discuss the value of energy specialists in Energy Code compliance and enforcement
  • Identify how and where energy specialists fit into construction, design and enforcement processes
  • Gather feedback from audiences on building a viable energy specialist infrastructure

 

Dec
15
Tue
2015
New NYS Energy Code Training – The Role of Commercial Energy Specialists (2 LU/HSW) @ CLEAResult - Brooklyn, NY
Dec 15 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Continuing Education Credits: IBTS is authorized by IACET to offer .2 CEUs for this program. AIA has approved 2.0 LU/HSW units for this program.

Register

Date: December 15th, 2015: 1-3pm (EST)

Price: FREE

The New York State Energy Conservation Construction Code (“Energy Code”) will be updated in accordance with the 2015 International Energy Conservation Code in 2016. This new Energy Code will be more complex and present new challenges for the building design construction and enforcement industry.

NYSERDA has partnered with the Institute for Building Technology and Safety (IBTS) to deliver live training over the next two years focused on the role of “energy specialists” and how they can support builders, designers and code enforcement officials and their value in performing a more significant role in Energy Code compliance and enforcement.

This session is an interactive, two-hour course designed for engineering and design professionals, code enforcement officials and members of the building community.

Course objectives include:

  • Inform on the upcoming Energy Code requirements that mandate or permit using energy specialists
  • Introduce the most common energy specialists, their skills and capabilities
  • Discuss the value of energy specialists in Energy Code compliance and enforcement
  • Identify how and where energy specialists fit into construction, design and enforcement processes
  • Gather feedback from audiences on building a viable energy specialist infrastructure

 

Dec
18
Fri
2015
New NYS Energy Code Training – The Role of Residential Energy Specialists (2 LU/HSW) @ Environmental Education Associates - Buffalo, NY
Dec 18 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Continuing Education Credits: IBTS is authorized by IACET to offer .2 CEUs for this program. AIA has approved 2.0 LU/HSW units for this program.

Register

Date: December 18th, 2015: 9-11am (EST)

Price: FREE

The New York State Energy Conservation Construction Code (“Energy Code”) will be updated in accordance with the 2015 International Energy Conservation Code in 2016. This new Energy Code will be more complex and present new challenges for the building design construction and enforcement industry.

NYSERDA has partnered with the Institute for Building Technology and Safety (IBTS) to deliver live training over the next two years focused on the role of “energy specialists” and how they can support builders, designers and code enforcement officials and their value in performing a more significant role in Energy Code compliance and enforcement.

This session is an interactive, two-hour course designed for engineering and design professionals, code enforcement officials and members of the building community.

Course objectives include:

  • Inform on the upcoming Energy Code requirements that mandate or permit using energy specialists
  • Introduce the most common energy specialists, their skills and capabilities
  • Discuss the value of energy specialists in Energy Code compliance and enforcement
  • Identify how and where energy specialists fit into construction, design and enforcement processes
  • Gather feedback from audiences on building a viable energy specialist infrastructure

 

New NYS Energy Code Training – The Role of Commercial Energy Specialists (2 LU/HSW) @ Environmental Education Associates - Buffalo, NY
Dec 18 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Continuing Education Credits: IBTS is authorized by IACET to offer .2 CEUs for this program. AIA has approved 2.0 LU/HSW units for this program.

Register

Date: December 18th, 2015: 1-3pm (EST)

Price: FREE

The New York State Energy Conservation Construction Code (“Energy Code”) will be updated in accordance with the 2015 International Energy Conservation Code in 2016. This new Energy Code will be more complex and present new challenges for the building design construction and enforcement industry.

NYSERDA has partnered with the Institute for Building Technology and Safety (IBTS) to deliver live training over the next two years focused on the role of “energy specialists” and how they can support builders, designers and code enforcement officials and their value in performing a more significant role in Energy Code compliance and enforcement.

This session is an interactive, two-hour course designed for engineering and design professionals, code enforcement officials and members of the building community.

Course objectives include:

  • Inform on the upcoming Energy Code requirements that mandate or permit using energy specialists
  • Introduce the most common energy specialists, their skills and capabilities
  • Discuss the value of energy specialists in Energy Code compliance and enforcement
  • Identify how and where energy specialists fit into construction, design and enforcement processes
  • Gather feedback from audiences on building a viable energy specialist infrastructure

 

Jan
20
Wed
2016
Penn Energy Code Webinar: Energy Code Field Study Results – How Are We Doing? @ Online Webinar
Jan 20 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

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To improve energy efficiency through training, education, and outreach it is important to know where we’re starting from. The Penn Energy Codes program recently completed field visits to a random sample of 171 residential construction sites across eastern Pennsylvania. The good news is that builders and code officials are doing a good job. But even so, there are plenty of opportunities for improvement. Learn about our recent study which included blower door and duct leakage testing along with observations of installed insulation, windows, and lighting. Also learn about new resources available to builders, code officials, and design professionals to help make your jobs easier while improving the comfort and durability of new homes and reducing homeowner energy bills.

Webinars are free to attend.

One Continuing Education Hour for Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry certifications will be available for code officials. Certificates of attendance will be emailed to attendees for a fee of $20.

Dec
12
Mon
2016
NY Residential Energy Code Allies and Assets Training (Buffalo, NY) @ Environmental Education Associates
Dec 12 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

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This training is approved for GBCI, BPI, ICC, AIA, and IACET credits

DESCRIPTION

This course is designed to inform building code enforcement, design and construction professionals about third party energy professionals – who they are, how to find them and how they can contribute to compliance with the residential provisions of the 2016 Energy Conservation Construction Code of New York State (Energy Code). The course explores energy professionals in the context of relevant residential Energy Code provisions and highlights best practices and case studies of jurisdictions currently employing energy professionals.

Attendees will leave this course familiar with:

  • Residential Energy Code provisions that permit contributions from energy professionals.
  • Common residential energy professionals, their skills and qualifications.
  • Each energy professional’s potential contributions to residential Energy Code compliance.
  • How and where energy professionals fit into building design, construction and enforcement.

IBTS, in conjunction with the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) is providing this training and education for New York’s professionals on topics related to the New York State Energy Code.

GBCI, BPI, ICC, AIA, and IACET credits available.

1 hour break for lunch (food is not provided).

 

 

Dec
15
Thu
2016
NY Residential Energy Code Allies and Assets Training (Bronx, NY) @ AEA Energy Management Training Center
Dec 15 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Register

This training is approved for GBCI, BPI, ICC, AIA, and IACET credits

DESCRIPTION

This course is designed to inform building code enforcement, design and construction professionals about third party energy professionals – who they are, how to find them and how they can contribute to compliance with the residential provisions of the 2016 Energy Conservation Construction Code of New York State (Energy Code). The course explores energy professionals in the context of relevant residential Energy Code provisions and highlights best practices and case studies of jurisdictions currently employing energy professionals.

Attendees will leave this course familiar with:

  • Residential Energy Code provisions that permit contributions from energy professionals.
  • Common residential energy professionals, their skills and qualifications.
  • Each energy professional’s potential contributions to residential Energy Code compliance.
  • How and where energy professionals fit into building design, construction and enforcement.

IBTS, in conjunction with the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) is providing this training and education for New York’s professionals on topics related to the New York State Energy Code.

GBCI, BPI, ICC, AIA, and IACET credits available.

1 hour break for lunch (food is not provided).

 

 

Dec
16
Fri
2016
NY Residential Energy Code Allies and Assets Training (Rochester, NY) @ Environmental Education Associates
Dec 16 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Register

This training is approved for GBCI, BPI, ICC, AIA, and IACET credits

DESCRIPTION

This course is designed to inform building code enforcement, design and construction professionals about third party energy professionals – who they are, how to find them and how they can contribute to compliance with the residential provisions of the 2016 Energy Conservation Construction Code of New York State (Energy Code). The course explores energy professionals in the context of relevant residential Energy Code provisions and highlights best practices and case studies of jurisdictions currently employing energy professionals.

Attendees will leave this course familiar with:

  • Residential Energy Code provisions that permit contributions from energy professionals.
  • Common residential energy professionals, their skills and qualifications.
  • Each energy professional’s potential contributions to residential Energy Code compliance.
  • How and where energy professionals fit into building design, construction and enforcement.

IBTS, in conjunction with the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) is providing this training and education for New York’s professionals on topics related to the New York State Energy Code.

GBCI, BPI, ICC, AIA, and IACET credits available.

1 hour break for lunch (food is not provided).