July 2020: How to Earn Your CEM and Why You Should
July 30, 2020
12:00 PM - 12:45 PM
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Please join us for a FREE online presentation with AEESC members, Josue Adorno-Nunez, Doug Bowman, Pete Chiaravalle, and Allison Lewis. By attending you will learn about how to become a Certified Energy Manager, the benefits of doing so, and how you can in the next few months.
As the most recognized and respected certification in energy management, becoming a Certified Energy Manager is an excellent certification to consider earning. Join us for a thorough overview of the CEM tested topics and to hear from AEESC CEMs about how earning this certification furthered their professional knowledge, skills, and opportunities. We will also be covering the certification process from prerequisites to test day. It is a great time to step back and learn about how you can enhance your professional skills to make yourself the a competitive and competent employee, team member, or job applicant.
CEMs are found in many practically every aspect and business sectors within the energy industry. The CEM designation and program is widely accepted and respected both in the U.S. and all over the world and it is accredited under the ANSI/ISO/IEC Standard 17024 for Personnel Certification Bodies. Individuals who achieve this certification have distinguished themselves as earning the highest level of competency in energy management. For more information please visit AEE National's CEM website or check out this certification brochure.
Presentation topic: How to Earn Your CEM and Why You Should
Presenter: Josue Adorno-Nunez, CEM; Pete Chiaravalle, CEM; Doug Bowman, Allison Lewis
Location: Zoom Meetings- You will be emailed instructions on how to join after registration is complete.
1. Become familiar with the benefits of earning CEM certification
2. Understand the process of earning the certification
3. Know the test topics and where to find more information and resources to prepare
AEE Chapter Purpose: To provide a great venue to network with other professionals, gain new knowledge and skills, and share ideas and innovative approaches in the business of energy and sustainability.
We are always seeking input for future presentation topics, plant tours, and have officer opportunities. If you would like to become an active AEESC member and contributor, please arrive early to join in and discuss the direction of the chapter and topics of interest. All are welcome.
If you have any questions, ideas, or concerns please contact Allison Lewis at [email protected] or 607-342-2496.
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