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Federal Energy Management Program Training

  • Find out about the requirements and benefits of energy-efficient procurement.

  • Learn the basics of specifying and purchasing sustainable products and services for the federal government.

  • These complete sets of accredited courses offer comprehensive instruction on timely energy-management topics.

  • Get a concise introduction to comprehensive water management in key areas.

About FEMP Training

The Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) provides training to foster and maintain a high-performance workforce to construct, operate, and maintain facilities in an energy-efficient, sustainable, and cost-effective manner. Topics include proven, cutting-edge technologies and business practices to help agencies meet their energy, water, and sustainability goals dictated by federal laws and requirements.

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FEMP is accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) and awards IACET continuing education units (CEUs) upon the successful completion of select courses. For more information, read the frequently asked questions. Use the FEMP Training Search to register for live webinars and in-person workshops or to take on-demand training. Visit the Whole Building Design Guide (WBDG) to take FEMP courses that offer IACET CEUs.

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The FEMP Certificate Series provides a sequence of related accredited courses that, when completed together, offer comprehensive instruction on timely topics. Each series enhances critical workforce competencies by providing foundational knowledge, updates on advanced technologies and tools, and job-related best practices. Learners receive a FEMP series certificate for successful completion of each series.

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What Success Looks Like

Watch videos that show how FEMP eTraining helped agencies meet their energy management goals.