Building Environmental Systems Operator (CBES1) Information
Courses Available for this Program
Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (ENGI79002) : Mandatory
This course is designed to prepare you to operate air-conditioning and refrigeration systems in buildings in a safe, energy efficient, economical and environmen ......(more)
Air Handling (ENGI79003) : Mandatory
Learn about air handling systems and their component parts. Study also preventative maintenance programs.
Air Systems Design (ENGI79008) : Elective
Study the design,application, and operating characteristics of air handling systems to understand total system design.
In this course you will be introduced to a variety of topics that provide an overview of building systems. The course will enable you to understand how to opera ......(more)
Controls (ENGI79004) : Mandatory
This course is designed to help you develop the skills and knowledge required to operate building control systems in a safe, energy efficient, and environmental ......(more)
Electricity (BES) (ENGI79005) : Mandatory
You will learn about the design, operation and maintenance of electrical systems in buildings, with an emphasis on safety and energy efficiency. This includes t ......(more)
Energy Efficiency in Large Buildings (ENGI79009) : Mandatory
This course introduces students to the energy and resource efficiency challenges of large buildings and ways to address them. Topics include a review of buildi ......(more)
Heating (ENGI79006) : Mandatory
In this course you will review the fundamental physics and thermodynamic principals behind heat transfer, the key factors creating heating load in buildings, co ......(more)
Hospital Building Systems (ENGI79010) : Elective
You will learn about systems associated specifically with hospital buildings and their unique requirements and regulations. Operation and maintenance of hospita ......(more)
Water Treatment (ENGI79007) : Mandatory
This subject covers the key concepts in the field of water treatment as applied to the protection and operation of building mechanical systems.