This program teaches students the energy efficient design components of residential, commercial and industrial buildings and facilities. Additionally, students will learn how to perform energy assessments, quickly identify energy efficiency measures on buildings and facilities and design and install renewable energy systems.
With diminishing natural resources and concerns of global warming, it is even more important to teach the workforce to design energy efficient buildings and processes. Because there are many more existing buildings than new buildings being build, it is important to teach the workforce how to perform energy assessments on existing buildings. There are many companies that specialize in performing these assessments and having a strong workforce that can step into those positions will ensure that these facilities are run at optimal efficiency.
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Sinclair has currently partnered with the University of Dayton and received a one year grant from the Department of Energy channeled through the Ohio Development Services Agency for the sum of $440,000. The purpose of the grant is to teach students to perform commercial energy assessments. Sinclair funds are used to provide up to 17 credit hours tuition per student and provide an internship of up to $150 per week for 45 weeks per student.
Sinclair Community College is a Test Center of the Building Performance Institute and has a reviewed training program for Building Analyst Professional. Sinclair offers both the written and field test for certification of the Building Analyst.
Sinclair Community College is also a Provider for North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners. Sinclair has a NABCEP reviewed training program to design and install solar photovoltaic systems. Sinclair also administers the NABCEP solar photovoltaic Entry Level Exam.
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This program provides students with the skills and knowledge to work in the emerging field of energy management, with an emphasis on performance of energy audits and improving building energy efficiency. Upon completing this program, students will have the ability to perform energy audits, assess energy efficiency and control strategies for energy-consuming equipment, and prepare energy management plans. Note: This program requires an approved ATS application. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to complete the process. When applying for admission to Sinclair, select the Associate of Arts (LA.S.AA) degree. Upon your ATS application being approved, you will be moved into this program of study.View Full Program Details
This program is intended for students who are interested in an entry-level position in the field of energy services. This program consists of HVAC, energy analysis and management, energy services and renewable energies courses.View Full Program Details