Natural Resource Canada is pleased to announce that the Canadian Institute for Energy Training (CIET) is the sole licensee of the Dollars to $ense energy management workshops in Canada with non-exclusive rights for the commercial exploitation of the workshops in any country around the world.
For information on booking a Dollars to $ense energy management workshop please contact the Canadian Institute for Energy Training (CIET) by phone at 1 800 461-7618, by email at email@example.com or, Web site: http://cietcanada.com
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Since 1997, over 30,000 representatives of Industrial, Commercial and Institutional organizations from across Canada have enrolled in the following Dollars to $ense workshops:
The energy-saving tips offered at these workshops helped organizations:
- lower operating and production costs
- improve your competitive position
- reduce greenhouse gas emissions
- increase operational efficiency
- create a better work environment
In 2016, the Dollars to $ense energy management workshops have a new look and a new format. The material from the previous six standard workshops is now presented in 30 modules, which can easily be used as building blocks for organizations that have limited resources or that wish to focus on specific topics. The new format is also expected to further extend the reach of energy management workshops to Canada’s northern and aboriginal communities, and internationally.
Canadian Energy Efficiency Distinction Points Available for Dollars to $ense Participants
Have you previously attended a Dollars to $ense workshop? If so, you could be eligible to be awarded two Canadian Sustainable Energy Practitioner (CSEP) Distinction points for each one-day workshop attended.
The Canadian Institute for Energy Training (CIET) offers the distinction to recognize Canadian sustainable-energy leader achievements, awarding points for each training course attended and completed. Once achieved, recipients are listed in CIET's CSEP Who's Who database, which aims to display records of the relevant training completed. More than 2000 professionals are currently listed in the database, which can be used to look for energy professionals in your province or territory or to validate credentials.
To claim your points, fill in the application form (you’ll need to upload scans of your attendance certificates in JPEG or Adobe PDF format): www.surveymonkey.com/r/D2Sense.
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