Where:               
George Washington University
Duquès Hall - Classroom 151
2201 G Street NW
Washington, DC 20052

When:                                  Monday, May 16th through Friday May 20th

8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

May 16-20: Five-Day Certified Energy Manager (CEM) course with CEM exam 

Provided to participants:

Guide to Energy Management Handbook as well as the Comprehensive 5-day CEM workbook for each participant;
5-day CEM in-house course;
Certification exam on the fifth day (Students have 4 hours to complete the exam);
Letters containing exam scores, as well as CEM certificates for those who pass the CEM examination and meet all certification prerequisites.

Special Features:

There is a half-price coupon for AEE membership, use the code "Chapter50" when registering.
Savings when compared to other nationally offered courses.  Standard fees for CEM courses are:

Non-Member Price — $1995 Course fee + $400 test fee = $2395 ($345 savings)
AEE Member — $1895 Course fee + $400 test fee = $2295 ($445 savings)
Students — NO SPECIAL RATE ($1895 savings)

Barry Benator, P.E., CEM, CEA is founder and president of BENATECH, INC., a consulting and training firm serving corporate and governmental clients throughout the U.S. and internationally.  He is a charter member, a life member and a Fellow of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE).  Barry holds an M.B.A. in Finance from Loyola University, and Bachelor and M.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering from Georgia Tech. 

With more than 35 years consulting and training experience, Barry has conducted more than 300 energy audits on commercial and governmental facilities.  He is an instructor of the Certified Energy Manager (CEM) and Certified Energy Auditor (CEA) programs for the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE).  He has taught more than 50 CEM and CEA courses.

Since its inception in 1981, the Certified Energy Manager (CEM) credential has become widely accepted and used as a measure of professional accomplishment within the energy management field.  It has gained industry-wide use as the standard for qualifying energy professionals both in the United States and abroad. It is recognized by the U.S. Department of Energy, the Office of Federal Energy Management Programs (FEMP), and the U.S. Agency for International Development, as well as by numerous state energy offices, major utilities, corporations and energy service companies.

When you've earned the right to put the initials "CEM" behind your name, you've distinguished yourself among energy management professionals. Simply put, the designation CEM, which stands for Certified Energy Manager®, recognizes individuals who have demonstrated high levels of experience, competence, proficiency, and ethical fitness in the energy management profession. By attaining the status of CEM, you will be joining an elite group of 14,500 professionals serving industry, business and government throughout the U.S. and in 25 countries abroad. These high-achieving individuals comprise a "Who's Who" in the energy management field.  The designation "Certified Energy Manager" is a registered trademark with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.