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We offer a wide variety of credentials and courses, ranging from Microcredentials to Advanced Certificates and individual courses on Net Zero Energy and Passive House construction, Zero Carbon, Energy Modelling and Energy Management, including Building Controls and Building Retrofits.

There are many options available to learn with us.

Apply to a Program

Take a program in energy management through one of our certificate programs. To complete the program, your application must be accepted and you must complete core courses.

Complete a Microcredential

Microcredentials are short, for-credit, modular programs or courses that help you quickly gain new industry skills and knowledge. They are flexible and do not require acceptance to complete the microcredential. Assessment in an integral component of these competency-based learning experiences, which can be combined towards credit for more comprehensive programs.

Take a Course

Do you need CPD credits, or want to learn without the need of a credential? Take an individual course.

Customized courses

We offer customized courses for industry clients who have specific educational needs. Our custom courses are offered in our High Performance Building Lab (with an option for a live broadcast from the lab, for organizations who prefer remote learning). Our instructors are carefully selected from our roster of qualified industry professionals to provide engaging and insightful sessions. We make sure you are learning from experienced and knowledgeable individuals who are a good fit with your team.

Our custom courses are perfect team building exercises. Typically, our custom courses’ length is anywhere between 4 hours to 5 days. We can customize courses for clients interested in Part 9 or Part 3 buildings.

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Grant Funding

The B.C. Employer Training Program (ETG) is a possible way for an employer to receive grant funding to pay for course tuition fees.

For the latest information on the program, visit the BC Employer Training Program Grant website