We draw on EVO's expertise and real world experience to provide M&V training tailored to the needs of an international audience. We offer a variety introductory, intermediate and advanced trainings and workshops to help the M&V professional stay up to date on the latest trends in measurement and verification.
EVO approved instructors customize EVO’s training materials to meet local needs. Our training mixes fundamental theory with practical applications, giving examples in an interactive environment. Basic workshop topics and target audiences are outlined below, however may be modified to suit attendee needs and interests. Attendees are given a printed copy of the presentation materials and the IPMVP® Core Concepts.
To ensure appropriate levels of trainer/participant interaction and "hands-on" involvement, maximum attendance is 30 participants although class size does vary depending on the location.
Introductory M&V Training
This one-day training introduces the basics concepts of M&V and the IPMVP. It highlights the purposes of M&V, the range of possible M&V methods, and the need for specific M&V design for each project. The program is designed for management, financial, regulatory and technical professionals who want a basic understanding of the role of M&V in supporting energy efficiency retrofits and investments.
Training Preparation for the CMVP® Exam and Certification
This training prepares students for the four hour CMVP exam taken at the end of the two and one-half day training period. The course covers introductory topics and then tackles more complex subjects such as preparing a M&V Plan and the basic methods of Retrofit Isolation, Whole Facility, and Calibrated Simulation examples.
The training is geared toward the needs of a variety of professionals including performance contractors; energy auditors wanting to expand their expertise into verification roles; large energy users using performance contracting; large energy users interested in getting a better understanding of their energy budgets and being able to explain significant variations and fluctuations in energy use; and energy efficiency program designers, policy makers and managers working for government or utilities.
More information on the certification can be found at the Certified Measurement and Verification Professional (CMVP) information center.