20-23 June in Dublin, IE


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Minimum Entry Requirement

The candidate for CEA certification must have: 



Work Experience

A four-year degree in engineering or architecture OR
Chartered Engineer (C.Eng or PE) or Registered Architect (RA)


At least 3 years of experience in energy auditing, energy management, facility management, or experience relating to facility management

A four-year non-engineering degree


At least 4 years of experience in energy auditing, energy management, facility management, or experience relating to facility management

A two-year technical degree/ Level 7 Technical qualification


At least 5 years of experience in energy auditing, energy management, facility management, or experience relating to facility management



At least 10 years of experience in energy auditing, energy management, facility management, or experience relating to facility management

The current status of Certified Energy Manager (CEM®)



The Training...

The Certified Energy Auditor (CEA), is an internationally recognised qualification awarded by the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) to persons showing themselves to be competent in the field of energy auditing. This course leading to CEA (international) certification is also ESOS approved for the purpose of Lead Assessor status for persons that are successfully certified. This particular training course has been developed in conjunction with Certification Europe, a leading Certification Body in the field of ISO 50001 Energy Management Certification, by taking the AEE’s CEA training and incorporating into it the skills and understanding needed by individuals to develop a fully functional ISO 50001 energy management system.

This will allow the successful CEA to undertake the legally required ESOS audit for their (or their clients) organisation during 2015 but also to ensure that they meet the requirements of an ISO 50001 energy review. This will then assist them in making an informed judgement on the work required to develop their organisations ISO 50001 system to the level required to attain ISO 50001 certification by an accredited audit body, which automatically meets the ESOS requirements. The knowledge gained will then allow them to plan and develop the energy management systems within the organisation to become certified and also ensure that the system is completely focussed on its core intent - to save energy, money and carbon, and to minimise bureaucracy.

The training will be delivered by an internationally recognised ISO 50001 expert and an approved AEE CEA instructor. He has
implemented numerous successful EN16001 and ISO 50001systems and is also a practicing ISO 50001 auditor for an internationally recognised Certification Body. He has trained many energy professionals in this field in UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, Ukraine and other countries. Course attendees will also get copies of custom developed templates and flow charts that have been used to assist individuals develop practical and effective energy management systems in organisations that are easy to understand and maintain.


Energy Auditing
• Energy auditing fundamentals
• Energy audit approach
Utility analysis and its importance
Energy Accounting
Developing the Energy Review

Structured Energy
Management Programs
• The purpose of an Energy
management program
• Structured energy management
program methodology

Energy Auditing Instrumentation
• Audit tool requirements
• Instrument types and uses
• Instrument Errors
• Instrument calibration and
verification approaches

Energy Fundamentals
• Energy and the environment
• Energy, power, work
• Electrical energy
• Rates classification
• Units for energy and unit

Benchmarking and energy
• uses of benchmarking
• EUI, ECI etc.
• Benchmark tools and challenges
of benchmarking
• Energy accounting
• Assessing Performance

Energy Financials
• Time value of money
• Real cost and real savings analysis
• Life cycle costing and true life
• Savings to investment ratio
• Prioritising Opportunities

Air Conditioning Systems and
• HVAC basics / load estimating /
• Components
• Chillers — electric, gas-driven,
• Piping arrangements
• Energy savings opportunities

Facilities and Lighting Systems
• Measurement of light
• Efficiency / efficacy / light
• Lamp lumen depreciation
• Lamp types and characteristics
• Controls
• Building Envelope
• Energy management

Electric Systems, Motors and Drives
• Electricity fundamentals
• Types of motors
• Squirrel cage induction motors
• Operating characteristics /
• Variable frequency drives
• Energy management opportunities

Alternative financing and
Measurement and Verification
• Ways to finance projects
• ESCo’s and ESCo financing
• Verification of savings
• M&V resources

Boilers and Steam systems
• Boilers: fire tube, water tube,
• Steam fundamentals
• Distribution systems
• Energy management opportunities


Compressed Air and Industrial
• Compressed air systems and their efficiency
• Industrial process systems
• Pumping systems
• Energy management opportunities

Commissioning and
• Commissioning issues
• RCx and CCX.
• Good commissioning practice
• Maintenance Issues and energy

Water Conservation and Audits
• Rate structures
• Water conservation methods
• Irrigation and landscaping
• Leak detection
• Water audits and water
management opportunities

Data analysis
• Assessing potential variables
• Good energy performance indicators
• Setting targets
• Audit Reports
• Energy Action plans

• Overview of ESOS requirements
• Responsibilities of ESOS Lead
• Reporting ESOS Compliance

ISO 50001
• Undertaking an ISO 50001
energy review
• The ISO Certification Process
• Developing an ISO 50001

ISO 50001
• Internal auditing for compliance and
• Corrective and preventive actions
• Undertaking management review

The successful trainee will become certified as a Certified Energy Auditor and be assessed and become an approved ESOS lead

They will be able to undertake an ESOS compliant audit Candidates would be provided with a folder of notes that will include all information required for the course.
Course is four days long with Four hour, open book examination, multiple choice on the final day.
Certification as Certified Energy Auditor (CEA) awarded by the Association of Energy Engineer