Last spring, our staff, subject matter experts, and instructors took on the challenging task of quickly translating most of the Energy Management Institute (EMI) courses into an online format. This semester we remain committed to maintaining the learning momentum in a dynamic environment. To ensure that the City of New York’s workforce has continuous access to energy management training and certification opportunities, EMI’s fall courses will continue to be delivered using a virtual classroom format.
If you have questions or concerns about an ongoing or upcoming course, please reach out to EMItraining@sps.cuny.edu.
To develop a skilled workforce that manages City buildings efficiently, DEM created the Energy Management Institute (“EMI”) in partnership with the City University of New York (“CUNY”) and DCAS’s Citywide Training Center (“CTC”). EMI trains City staff in the forefront of energy management best practices, and helps them develop the skills necessary to optimize building performance. EMI offers a broad range of trainings, certifications, and other technical support to City staff, including energy managers, building operators, engineers, and tradespeople.
From Fiscal Year 2009 to 2019, DEM has trained over 2,200 City employees through EMI.
City staff interested in enrolling in the Building Operator Certification – Level 1 course are required to take a pre-registration assessment to confirm their math and Excel skills. Other course prerequisites are detailed in the course descriptions.
Log in to the Energy Management Institute Portal to access student online training modules and learning materials.