Certified Energy Manager Training: November 2015

The Certified Energy Manager (CEM) Credential Recognized Around the World 
Comprehensive 5-Day CEM Training 
Program for Energy Professionals 

Preparatory Course and Exam for the Certified Energy Manager 

University of North Carolina at Charlotte 
Center City Building
320 E. 9th Street
Charlotte, NC 28202

November 2 – November 6, 2015 

A comprehensive, detailed instructional program covering the full scope of technical, economic, and regulatory components of effective energy management

AEE Member: $ 1,750 
Non-Member: $ 1,995 


This special 5-day course will empower you to “put it all together” and get the results your company expects. Comprehensive in scope, this program takes you systematically from the underlying fundamentals to the specific “how to’s.” This week-long program of instruction covers the specific techniques necessary to maximize your effectiveness as an energy manager, vice president of operations, or facilities manager. The optional Certified Energy Manager (CEM®) examination will be administered at the conclusion of this program.


The CEM® provides a recognizable affirmation of demonstrated competencies in a wide range of energy related principles and practices. Professionals seeking the CEM® designation must meet a board approved list of pre-qualifications in experience in the field and/or prior educational achievements. This certification helps an individual distinguish themselves and helps them obtain their career objectives.

The CEM® is nearly universally accepted and recognized by a cross-section of institutions both public and private. Certified Energy Managers are now found engaged in all the various aspects of the energy industry including: major multi-national corporations, utilities, controls & performance contractors, federal, state and local governments, universities, industrial facilities, commercial buildings, big box retail chains, hospitals, school districts, local entrepreneurs and as well as consultants in the energy field. The Certified Energy Manager designation and program is widely accepted and promoted both in the United States and internationally.

For more information about the CEM Training Course, see this brochure.