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Operations & Maintenance Training

Capitalize on the potential of your current workforce—train your operations and maintenance staff to meet emerging technology demands

How it works

Providing training opportunities helps your operations and maintenance staff continually improve their skills in energy-efficient building operations. The energy industry faces ongoing, accelerated technological advancements. As new building systems and technologies are introduced and evolve, your staff needs to be adaptable and stay up to speed if they are to efficiently install, operate, and maintain the new technologies. Proper training for building operations and maintenance staff can also increase the likelihood that equipment will function efficiently over its expected life span.

Start by developing or identifying opportunities for interactive, on-the-job training programs that are tailored to the specific individual or building. Training should be focused on both energy-efficient building operations practices (preventive equipment maintenance) and specific equipment and technologies (control systems).

How you benefit

  • Drive profitability for your business by reducing downtime and increasing productivity
  • Create a skilled and motivated workforce that is efficient in building operations
  • Use building systems efficiently and extend the life span of equipment
  • Increase employee satisfaction by investing in their professional skills development

When you should consider it

Operations and maintenance training may be good for your business if you are:

  • Working to increase the skills of your employees in efficient operations
  • Looking to expand the life span of your equipment and systems
  • Investing in new equipment, systems, and technologies
  • Interested in creating a culture of sustainability and efficiency in your organization
  • Trying to obtain or improve a green building certification for your building

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