“Environmentally Friendly” is something that every company wants to be perceived as. Enroll your staff in a quality Energy Management Training Course Online and gain that respect from your community before it’s too late. With all of the talk about “man-made global warming” the public’s perception of your company’s environmental stewardship is paramount to your continued success . It doesn’t matter if man-made global warming is accurate or not, because the public’s perception of the subject is what will matter with regard to public’s perception of your company. This means that you need to be perceived as a company that is a good steward of the environment before scandal hits your company. There is little worse for a company these days than the onslaught of a negative twitter campaign done by activists, whether it is justified or not.

We know all too well that scandal is based on perception rather than on truth, so keep your company viewed as a positive force in the community while you still can. You must gain a positive perception with truth before negative perceptions can ever get hold of your company’s reputation. Renewables are one way to do that, but they are costly and have a lengthy payback period. Where, on the other hand, a well-trained staff, implementing a good Energy Management Program , will have immediate payback and is something that can be written about in the local papers and even in trade journals for your market. There is no downside for your company’s image in having the key staff trained in energy management.

Having each of your key employees from each department take an Energy Management Training Course Online will give your company the power needed to reduce your energy consumption by 10%, 20%, and even 30% depending upon your circumstances. When your staff is enrolled in a good Energy Management Training online course they can implement anything immediately, even before completing the course, so savings start when your staff starts. Trying to implement a solid strategy for your Energy Management Program without the proper education can be costly. Too often companies decide to cut expenses and make drastic moves, such as turning the temperature down to uncomfortable levels or having employees work under dangerous and inadequate lighting. But these tactics will cost the company dearly by having accidents happen or by having employees who are now cold and miserable. The trick in a good Energy Management Program is to reduce costs without adversely affecting your staff or your day-to-day operations , and without finding a good Energy Management Training Course Online you are left in the dark, especially with the wrong lighting.

Finding a good quality Energy Management Training Course Online is easy when you know what to look for . You want full access to the course curriculum online 24/7 using any device that has online access, and the courses should offer the option to ask the instructors questions during the course and after the course is completed. Most importantly you want to make sure that the employees don’t get lazy and try to cheat and skip through, so make sure the course does not allow progress until the student passes each chapter or section quiz. You want an Energy Management Training Course Online that is short and to the point so as to not waste your employees time, but you want them to get the maximum benefit so that your company begins saving on energy bills immediately.There are a few other things to look for in a good course like printable test results to turn in to management to prove progress. Yes, employees do get lazy and sometimes don’t want to learn new tricks. The students’ progress report is proof of their progress. All you need to do is to require that they take the course and submit their progress report daily or weekly until they have completed any of the course(s) that they were enrolled in. And for companies fortunate enough to have willing and aggressive learners in the pack, make sure that the course is a work-at-your-own-pace course.

A good course will keep your employees engaged and allow them to complete the course in short order, maybe as little as a day or two for real ambitious employees.

Keep your community reputation positive and environmentally friendly by enrolling staff in an Energy Management Training Course Online and help to reduce global emissions and your energy bills . There is no downside to taking an Energy Management Training Course Online .

Don't forget to check your Sales to Energy Ratio! . A great SER can save you more than you would expect.
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Information sources for this material include Masters’ Academy’s experience, the Department of Energy (DOE), the Energy Information Agency (EIA) and various U.S. and State Government energy and economic agencies including the DOE-EERE industrial technologies source books and software including:

  • Pumps
  • Fans
  • Compressed Air
  • Motors
  • Steam Systems
  • Process Heating
  • AIR Master+
  • Motor Master+
  • Process Heating Assessment and Survey
  • Tool (PHAST)
  • Fan System Assessment Tool (FSAT)
  • Pump System Assessment Tool (PSAT)
  • Combined Heat and Power Application Tool (CHP Tool)
  • Steam System Scoping Tool (SSST)
  • Steam System Assessment Tool (SSAT)
  • 3E Plus (Insulation Thickness Program)
  • NOx and Energy Assessment Tool (NxEAT)
  • Chilled Water System Assessment Tool (CWSAT)

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