Technical Training Accreditation
Each year the Energy Exchange offers an innovative schedule of training tracks and panel sessions led by experts in their respective fields. Thought leaders from the federal, private, education, and state and local government sectors convene to accelerate the adoption of energy/water efficiency, integrated resilience, emerging and secure technologies, and replicable renewable energy solutions. Energy Exchange sessions are accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET).
This event is your opportunity to leverage public and private sector expertise to ensure efficient operations, administration priorities, and agency missions are all achieved. Accredited technical sessions provide continuing education units (CEUs) and learning objectives which align with Federal Buildings Personnel Training Act (FBPTA) of 2010 competencies and National Defense Authorization Act of 2018 priorities. With over 40 unique training sessions, most of which qualify for CEUs, this annual event if your best opportunity to maintain or gain new certifications.
View the current Training Agenda to learn more about individual training sessions.
Obtain Continuing Education Units
Each training session at the Energy Exchange represents a distinct learning event with clear learning outcomes. Session attendees are required to pass a session assessment and complete a brief session survey in order to obtain credit. Attendees are eligible for 0.2 CEUs for sessions lasting 1.5 hours.
Earn CEU Credit
In qualifying sessions, attendees can earn up to 0.2 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) per session by completing the following steps.
- Register for free or log in to your existing account with the NIBS Whole Building Design Guide and visit: www.wbdg.org/energy-exchange
- Stay for the entirety of the session.
- Pass a session quiz (with a minimum score of 80%).
Earn FBPTA Credit
The Federal Buildings Personnel Training Act (FBPTA) of 2010 requires all federal personnel providing building operations and maintenance services to demonstrate competencies necessary to effectively operate government facilities. When you see a session with a GSA FBPTA symbol, you’ll know that:
- The session has been aligned with at least one FBPTA performance.
- The session will be automatically uploaded to the FBPTA compliance reporting tool for all attendees who are registered with an account for the compliance reporting tool (AccelerateFM). If you don’t have an account in AccelerateFM, you can create one within 30 days of the Energy Exchange, the session(s) will be uploaded for you. Learn more about FBPTA at http://www.fmi.gov/ or https://acceleratefm.us/.
Energy Exchange 2020 Technical Training Archive
The Energy Exchange provides access to the latest information from skilled subject matter experts, leading-edge technical information, and valuable new professional contacts from the federal energy management community. Each session represents a distinct learning event and most are accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET).
To view 2020 tracks, technical training sessions, visit the Energy Exchange Training Archive.