Commissioning for Federal Facilities
On Demand Training
The Commissioning for Federal Facilities online training provides an interactive guide to the Commissioning for Federal Facilities booklet (PDF).
The online training covers ongoing commissioning processes to resolve operating problems, improve comfort, optimize energy use, and indentify retrofits for commercial and institutional buildings and central plant facilities. It provides specific information and actions to achieve operations and maintenance savings and benefits, including an overview of commissioning, re-commissioning, and retro-commissioning.
Training is open to Federal employees and contractors involved with sustainable design, operations, and maintenance activities. Participants must answer test questions at the end of each chapter. After passing each chapter test, a certificate is presented to prove successful completion.
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