Certified Building Commissioning Professional (CBCP)

  • Next Session : 5 Jul - 9 Jul 2020
  • 5 Days + 1/2 Day Exam
  • British University in Dubai (BUID)
  • AED 23,000 (excl. VAT)
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    The Certified Building Commissioning Professional (CBCP) is a certification designed to meet the training needs of those who need to learn about the technical details of the commissioning process. This comprehensive course goes into considerable technical detail on the fundamental principles of both new building commissioning and existing building commissioning.

    This course examines all aspects of building commissioning such as design, installations, functionality tests and capabilities of building owner’s operational needs.


    Module 01 – Building Commissioning History, Philosophy & Fundamentals
    Module 02 – Introduction to Building Commissioning
    Module 03 – Prominent Resources of Building Commissioning Guidelines and Organizations
    Module 04 – New Building Commissioning
    Module 05 – Leed BD+C Commissioning
    Module 06 – Existing Building Commissioning (EBCx) and Retro-Commissioning (RCx)
    Module 07 – LEED O+M Commissioning
    Module 08 – Building System Commissioning Know-How
    Module 09 – Best Practices
    Module 10 – “Brain-Storm Session” (Part I)
    Module 10 – “Brain Storm Session” (Part II)
    Module 11 – Commissioning Software tools
    Module 12 – Smart Building Commissioning


    Each applicant is required to attend AEE’s preparatory training program in order to sit for the exam and to pass a 4-hour written exam to obtain certification

    4-year degree from an accredited university or college in science, engineering architecture, business, law, finance, or related field, or be a registered professional engineer (P.E.), or registered architect (R.A.) AND At least 3 years experience in facilities management HVAC or process engineering design, construction project management, electrical/controls design, installation or operations, testing adjusting and balancing, or building commissioning
    2-year technical degree or vocational school certificate in HVAC/Electrical OR valid HVAC or Electrician contracting license OR 4-year non-technical degree from an accredited university or college in a field not specified above AND At least 5 years experience in facilities management HVAC or process engineering design, construction project management, electrical/controls design, installation or operations, testing adjusting and balancing, or building commissioning
    No degree AND At least 10 years experience in facilities management HVAC or process engineering design, construction project management, electrical/controls design, installation or operations, testing adjusting and balancing, or building commissioning
    The current status of Certified Energy Manager (CEM)

    OBTAINING CERTIFICATION

    • Register for the CBCP Training Program
    • Submit your completed application 
    • Attend the Training and sit for the exam 

    MAINTAINING CERTIFICATION

    For information on maintaining your certification, please visit the AEE Certification Renewal webpage.


    • Building/ industry owners
    • Engineers and architects
    • Developers and consultants
    • Facility managers and engineers
    • Commissioning professionals