You probably already know that adding energy-modeling to your résumé means that you could get a raise, a better job, or even become self-employed for over 6 figures.
You may already know some people making money on the side-- there are lots of them!
The biggest trouble, like anything else, is getting started.
In this course, we cut straight to the point and focus on the practical aspect of getting started with Energy-modeling. Something you can do immediately. And with the course, you get materials to self educate yourself on the technical aspect.
And we know what you're thinking: Do we cover the good stuff first? Yup.
In this practical course, you can get started energy-modeling today.
What software should you start with?
Where do you validate your results?
Where to save energy in your model
Where can you get free help?
How to approach your first advanced energy-model
How to validate good hires
Starting your own Energy-modeling business
You also get access to material to get up to speed technically:
Free Course: Introduction to Energy-modeling ($99)
Free eQUEST tutorial ($99)
Free Access to Energy-models.com Building Performance library
More free stuff (it's a secret)
You'll get the practical and personal side of modeling.
Brief Software Demos
See how to run a sample model
Learn how to validate results
###Pick your course
After you sign up you'll be provided a link to the course.
###Watch videos and take quizzes
Once you sign up you can get to the course from a link on your confirmation page, or a link on your user profile page.
###Unleash your potential
This course will help you master fan calculation for LEED and you also earn 1 GBCI CE Hour and PDH!
Energy-Models.com is a site for energy modelers, building simulators, architects, and engineers who want learn the basics, to advanced concepts of energy modeling. We've got online training courses and tutorials for eQUEST, Trane TRACE 700, OpenStudio, and LEED for energy modeling. All our energy modeling courses are video based. What better way to learn energy modeling software than screen-casts of exactly how things are done?