Membership & Certification
97% of attendees said the CxA Workshop provided applicable and valuable new knowledge, ideas, and information.
ACG offers certification and continuing education opportunities for qualified independent commissioning providers through CxA Workshops.
Upcoming CxA Workshop & Exam:
CxA Workshop and Exam Class Formats:
The 2-day, 12-hour CxA Workshop includes a discussion of the commissioning process as described in the ACG Commissioning Guideline, as well as valuable practical insight on skills, strategies, and communication and documentation protocols essential to applying the process on “real world” projects. This highly interactive workshop includes many small-group breakout activities, where attendees will use project case studies to develop and discuss samples of key commissioning deliverables. The workshop is followed by the ACG certification exam, which is administered to approved candidates at the conclusion of the workshop.
AIA-Approved Continuing Education: Each offering of the ACG Commissioning Workshop and Webinar is AIA-approved for continuing education learning units. The 1-day Commissioning Workshop counts as 5 LU Hours, and the 2-day Commissioning Workshop counts as 12 LU Hours. All attendees will receive a certificate verifying learning units after completion of the Workshop.
Note: The instructional portion of the CxA Workshop is open for all to attend.
You Might Be Eligible for a Training Incentive
Who qualifies for this program? An employee of a Potomac Edison customer OR be engineering consultants, HVAC/control designers, or contractors who have active or recently completed projects within Potomac Edison’s territory. The territory covers Garrett, Allegany, Washington, Frederick, and parts of Montgomery, Howard, and Carroll counties.
This program covers 80% of the course cost, up to $1,000 per student per course.
Please fill out this survey or email us at [email protected] to begin the rebate process. You will need to present proof of payment, a W-9 for the company that paid, and evidence of course completion if for a previously-taken course.