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									       Receive your Certified Energy Manager Certification
         Comprehensive Five-day Training Program for Energy Managers
                      Certified Energy Manager (CEM®)
                 Course Orientation Date: October 19th, 2011

                  This orientation is open to all qualified WorkSource job seekers
                  interested in receiving certification as a Certified Energy Manager. At
     What?        the orientation you will learn about the CEM certification, how this
                  certification will enhance your employability and the types of
                  companies that hire Certified Energy Managers.
                  Attendees should meet the minimum course pre-qualifications listed at
                  the following link: Certified Energy Manager

  Who Should      If you do not meet the requirements to receive the CEM Certification
   Attend?        you may qualify to be an Energy Manager in Training; a highly
                  respected accomplishment en route to full CEM Certificaiton. Follow
                  the link for more information: Energy Manager in Training (EMITTM)

                  Two Orientation dates:

                                          1. Wednesday, October 19th, 2011, 3p-5p at
                                             WorkSource Express, 4610 N. Trenton,
                                             Portland, OR
When and Where?
                                          2. Wednesday, October 26th 10a-12:30pm at
                                             WorkSource Tualatin, 7995 SW Mohawk
                                             St, Tualatin, OR

                   Complete the AEE application for CEM before the orientation. Here
                    is the link: CEM Application (NO application fee is required.)
  Prerequisites
                   Pre-Register for the orientation with the WorkSource Program
                    Coordinator (contact info listed below)
                   Each participant should bring a calculator with exponents. It is
                    much better for a participant to bring a calculator that he/she knows
 IMPORTANT          how to operate quickly and confidently than one that is brand new.
                   Cell phones, PDAs, cameras, computers (with one exception — see
  Key Tips for
                    next sentence) and other wireless devices are required to be off
 Course Success
                    during the exam. Laptop exception: Use of laptop computers will be
                    allowed for the sole purpose of accessing AEE approved pre-
 IMPORTANT
                    downloaded electronic reference materials.
                   We recommend business casual dress. Participants should be


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                             comfortable during the course and exam.
                            Participants should refresh their algebra and equation solving skills
                             prior to the course. The course and exam are calculationally
                             intensive, and assume that participants are up on algebra principles
                             and equation solving.
                            On the exam, there will be an opportunity to answer 130 questions in
                             a four hour period. That works out to 1.85 minutes/question. Not all
                             questions involve calculations, but facility with algebra and equation
                             solving will pay big dividends on the exam.
                            Homework will be assigned each day, and we recommend evening
                             study groups during the course to work sample CEM problems.
                             Working problems is one of the best ways to get ready for the exam.
                             The more problems one works prior to the exam, the better chance
                             one has to pass the exam. The instructors will emphasize the use of
                             units in solving problems.


The Certified Energy Manager Course is scheduled for December 5th – 9th, 2011.
WorkSource participants that have completed the AEE application for C.E.M. as well as the
WorkSource training application will be eligible to receive 100% tuition assistance for the
cost of the training through the Renew NW grant. Training participants will also receive
WorkSource employment placement support at the end of training.

AEE Program Coordinator                               WorkSource Program Coordinator
Marv Serhan, C.E.M., C.S.D.P.                         Leah Dumas
Vice President Region V                               WorkSource Portland Metro Central
Association of Energy Engineers,                      Employment Specialist
Columbia River Chapter                                ldumas@pcc.edu
Standing Committee Chair                              503-943-5665

Speaker | HP Account Executive | Educator
marv@marvserhan.com
www.marvserhan.com
360-635-0304 (Office)
858-243-1072 (Mobile)




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Other benefits of attending this training include:

           o   All course materials and manuals will be provided .
           o   Continental breakfast and full lunch will be provided.
           o   The proctored examination fee of $300 is included in the registration package
           o   Annual Columbia River Chapter dues for new AEE members will be included
           o   Fifty percent (50%) discount on annual AEE national membership dues for
               new members.

Here is the daily schedule along with instructor bios:

Daily Schedule for CEM Seminar
    A       Need for Energy Management
    B       Conducting an Energy Audit
    C       Energy Survey Instrumentation
    D       Energy Codes and Standards, Indoor Air Quality
    E       Energy Purchasing
    F       Energy Accounting in Buildings
    G       Energy Rate Structures
    H       Electric Rate Structures
    I       Economic Analysis and Life Cycle Costing
    J       Sample CEM Examination Questions
    K       Electrical Systems
    L       Lighting System Basics and Lighting System Improvements
    M       Motors and Applications; Drives; and Compressed Air Systems
    N       Green Buildings, LEED and Energy Star
    O       HVAC Basics and Improvements; Building Envelope; and Thermal Energy
            Storage
    P       Boilers and Thermal Systems; Boiler Efficiency Improvement
    Q       Industrial Systems; Cogeneration and CHP Systems
    R       Energy Audit Case Study
    S       Writing User-Friendly Energy Audit Reports
    T       Using Psychrometric Charts
    U       Maintenance Programs and Building Commissioning
    V       Building Automation and Control Systems
    W       Alternative Financing
    X       CEM Exam Package of Charts and Tables
            Appendix A            List of Acronyms
            Appendix B            Charts and Tables for CEM Examination.


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Monday Schedule
      8:30-9:00 Welcome and Introductions
      9:00-10:00 The need for energy management (A); CEM examination information (A)
      10:00-10:15 Coffee Break
      10:15-11:45 Conducting an energy survey (B);
      Energy survey instrumentation (C)
      11:45-1:00 Lunch (On your own)
      1:00-3:00 Building energy codes and standards (D); Indoor Air Quality (D); Energy
       Purchasing (E)
      3:00-3:15 Coffee Break
      3:15-5:00 Building energy use (F); Energy rate structures (G); and Electric rate
       structures (H)

Tuesday Schedule
    8:00-10:00 Economic analysis and life cycle costing (I)
    10:00-10:15 Coffee Break
    10:15-11:45 Electrical systems; Peak load reduction; Power factor improvement;
      Power quality and harmonics (K)
    11:45-1:00 Lunch (On your own)
    1:00-2:30 Lighting basics (L)
    2:30-2:45 Coffee Break
    2:45-5:00 Lighting system improvements (L), and Building commissioning (U)

Wednesday Schedule
   8:00-10:00 Electric motors and applications (M)
   10:00-10:15 Coffee Break
   10:15-11:45 Motors and drives; Compressed air systems (M)
   11:45-1:00 Lunch (On your own)
   1:00-2:45 HVAC basics and system improvements (O)
   2:45-3:00 Coffee Break
   3:00-5:00 Building envelope (O)

Thursday Schedule
   8:00-10:00 Boilers and thermal systems; Boiler efficiency improvement (P)
   10:00-10:15 Coffee Break
   10:15-11:45 Industrial systems; Cogeneration and CHP (Q)
   11:45-1:00 Lunch (On your own)
   1:00-2:45 Green buildings, LEED (N)
   2:45-3:00 Coffee Break
   3:00-4:00 Energy Star (N), Building automation and control systems (V)
   4:00-5:00 Thermal energy storage (O), Maintenance (U), and Alternative financing
      (W)

Friday Schedule
    8:00-12:00 CEM Examination (Optional for attendees)

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Note: Please note, the instructors may modify course sequence or content emphasis to ensure
training objectives are fully accomplished.

                                 CEM Course Instructors

Timothy B. Janos

                Timothy B. Janos, C.E.M., C.D.S.M., C.S.D.P., B.E.P., is a Life member
                and Past President of the AEE. Over a span of 35 years, Mr. Janos has
                designed and implemented nume rous and innovative mechanical,
                electrical and temperature control projects designed to save energy for
                his clients. Virtually his entire professional career has been dedicated to
                energy efficiency and energy savings. His extensive background features
                hundreds of very successful energy audits that have identified cost
savings projects for major clients including automotive, industrial, educational and
commercial facilities.

As the primary energy auditor for the Cleveland Non-Profit Energy Conservation Fund
during the 1980s, his company performed hundreds of in-depth surveys throughout
Northern Ohio, which identified literally thousands of opportunities. This fund offered no-
cost audits for all non-profit organizations in Northern Ohio and provided both grants and
low-cost loans to implement the recommendations. As Principal of Spectrum Energy
Concepts, Inc., Mr. Janos is currently involved in a wide variety of energy-related
projects. Mr. Janos' formal education includes Degrees from John Carroll University
and a JD from Cleveland State University.

Besides his technical knowledge and success in saving energy, Mr. Janos has been a
tireless promoter of the energy profession both locally and nationally. Thousands have
benefited from the meetings, workshops, and lectures he has done or helped to organize.
He served as AEE President in 2006 and for 15 years as Chairman of the Certified Energy
Manager Board.


Barry I. Benator


Barry I. Benator, P.E., CEM is founder and president of BENATECH, INC., a respected
consulting and training firm serving corporate and governmental clients throughout the U.S.
and internationally.

With more than 30 years consulting and training experience, Barry has conducted more than
300 energy audits on properties ranging from schools, colleges, hospitals, office buildings,
military facilities, restaurants, supermarkets, and other types of facilities. He is an instructor
of the Certified Energy Manager (CEM) and Certified Energy Auditor (CEA) programs for
the Association of Energy Engineers. He has taught more than 40 CEM and CEA courses.


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Barry has also managed more than 100 engineering projects, and both he and BENATECH
have received awards and commendations for their project management, leadership and
training performance. He has taught courses on leadership and management skills to more
than 5,000 engineers, managers, executives, military officers and others in leadership
positions.

His clients include the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE), the American Society of
Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), U.S. Department of
Energy, U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines, Chevron Energy Solutions, Equifax, Inc.,
Cox Enterprises, Progress Energy, Florida Power & Light Company among others.

Barry holds an M.B.A. in Finance from Loyola College, and Bachelor and M.S. degrees in
Electrical Engineering from Georgia Tech. He is a certified Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®
(MBTI®) Master Practitioner and a certified Situational Leadership® program trainer. He is
coauthor of Project Management & Leadership Skills for Engineering & Construction
Projects and developer of the Leadership Excellence® and Project Management Excellence®
series of training programs offered by BENATECH, INC. Barry serves as an ASHRAE
Distinguished Lecturer on leadership and management topics.

Prior to beginning his civilian career, Barry served as a nuclear fast attack submarine officer.
He retired from the Navy as a Captain after 28 years of active and reserve service.

Contact information:
Barry Benator, P.E., CEM
President
BENATECH, INC.
4895 Kings Valley Drive, Suite 100
Roswell, GA 30075
(770) 998-3302
bbenator@benatech.com




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