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The energy landscape is rapidly changing towards a greener movement. Consumers are seeking cleaner, more efficient forms of energy consumption. Both electricians and consumers must be prepared for the smart energy shift that’s happening today. NECA WA and CET realise this shift towards a greener movement, and as such, have developed a program initiative that embodies energy efficiency known as NECA EnergySmart. This initiative aims at getting electricians trained and accredited to provide consumers with energy efficient recommendations and advice. Whether you're looking to develop an energy efficient lighting analysis for a customer's home, or devising a strategy to reduce energy costs for a client's electrical installation - becoming an accredited NECA EnergySmart electrician will enable you to provide the right energy efficient recommendations, auditing and analysis.
This course gives a synopsis of current environmental issues, increasing energy costs and conservation strategies. Energy audit requirements, audit process and recommended equipment for conducting an energy audit are covered. (NB. In order to be an accredited NECA EnergySmart electrician, you must complete this course at a bare minimum.)
This course is intended for contractors who wish to compete in the EnergySmart area. It covers the identification of business opportunities, and how best to take advantage of them. (NB. In order to do this course, you must first successfully complete the Energy Management course.)
This course looks at the operating principals, construction and high efficiency variants of the squirrel cage induction motor with reference to Minimum Energy Performance Standards. (NB. In order to do this course, you must first successfully complete the Energy Management course.)
This course covers improving trends of energy and water consumption associated with domestic appliances. Consumer information through the governments MEPS & WELS schemes are examined.
This course gives a short history of lighting culminating in current lighting systems. An overview of available lighting and associated control systems is given.
The introduction to Inter-connectivity & Networking, or Internet of Things (IoT) course, provides an overview of key concepts and challenges related to digital transformation. The course examines the evolution of the Internet and how the interconnection of people, processes, data, and things is transforming every industry. This is a 20 hour self-paced or instructor led course.
This course covers available HWS types and fuel sources. Advantages and limitations of each HWS type are listed. (NB. In order to do this course, you must first successfully complete the Energy Management course.)
This course looks at building design to optimise passive heating and cooling as well as the principles, application and control of HVAC systems. (NB. In order to do this course, you must first successfully complete the Energy Management course.)
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