Building Operator Training (REGINA)

par SASKATCHEWAN ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIETY

  • vendredi, 01 mars 2019 de 9:00 Matin à 4:00 Après-midi (HNC)
  • SaskCentral Building 2055 Albert Street, Regina, S4P 2T8

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Aperçu

The Saskatchewan Environmental Society and Affinity Credit Union have joined forces to help non-profit organizations and small businesses learn how to operate their buildings more efficiently.

This 1-day seminar is suitable to whoever operates your building – whether it is the Executive Director, or a facility operator.

Learn how to efficiently operate your lighting, electrical equipment, heating, ventilation and cooling, and reduce your water use.

Sponsored and Hosted by Affinity Credit Union, you can attend this seminar for only $40 per person  $20 if you or your organization are Affinity members. (Usual cost per person is $240.)

There are only 18 spots available for this event, so register today! 

Participants receive:

• 6 hours of training,

• a 100 page manual on efficient building operation,

• a certificate of completion,

• lunch and snacks.

Détails

When: March 1, 2019 from 9:00am to 4:00pm

Where: SaskCentral Building (2055 Albert Street), Regina

The Saskatchewan Environmental Society’s professional instructors will deliver the sessions using plain language, suitable for either technical or non-technical attendees:

 Ted Cooke, P.Eng. HDA Engineering, is a mechanical engineer, and experienced HVAC design engineer (HVAC)

 Angie Bugg, P.Eng. Saskatchewan Environmental Society, works with small businesses and nonprofit organizations to identify energy conservation upgrades in their facilities. (Lighting, Electrical, and Water)

(This training operates on Treaty 4 Territory.)

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SaskCentral Building
2055 Albert Street, Regina, S4P 2T8

1 mars 2019
vendredi, 1 mars 2019 9:00 Matin (HNC)

Organisateur

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Angie Bugg, SES Energy Conservation Coordinator

À propos de cet organisme

The Saskatchewan Environmental Society is a non-profit, registered charity whose mandate is to work towards a world in which all needs can be met in sustainable ways. Sustainability requires healthy ecosystems, healthy livelihoods and healthy human communities.