Increase Your Productivity and Efficiency
Today’s fast-moving technological advances in facilities have underlined the need for working professionals who are strategic decision-makers. Stay on top of the latest advances to improve your own facilities. Enroll now to learn about building codes, commissioning, green and high-performing buildings with a continuing education course from UW-Madison. As an added career boost, consider a commissioning certificate to position yourself for increased responsibility and job opportunities. When it comes to productivity and efficiency, there is always room for improvement!
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Efficiently maintaining a building and its systems means understanding its systems and successfully dealing with its problems. You want your buildings to be safe, energy-efficient, and comfortable for all occupants. Learn the fundamentals of HVAC, refrigeration, electrical systems, energy auditing, how to prevent water and moisture from entering your building, and much more. You'll cut costs, and avoid system failures. Or, learn how to conduct an energy audit for your facility, and learn the best way to test, adjust, and balance your existing building systems.
Learn step-by-step strategies to lead the commissioning process for new construction, LEED projects, building enclosure assemblies and systems, and more. Are you looking to take the next step in your career? Take one of the Commissioning Process Exams and get accredited as a Qualified Commissioning Process Provider or Building Enclosure Commissioning Process Provider.
Design & Construction
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the construction industry is projected to grow at an above average pace through the next decade (U.S. Department of Labor, 2015). Refresh your skills and take a design and construction course to understand building codes, electrical safety codes, the commissioning process, masonry, concrete repair, and more, which can help you succeed and open you up to career advancement in the industry.