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BUILDING FOR PERFORMANCE

Education • Training • Workshops

As Canada’s leader in green building certification, EnerQuality offers an extensive range of training workshops. Professional, industry expert instructors lead courses in high performance building techniques. Workshops are offered both in class and on job sites to deliver optimal learning opportunities.

For custom programs based on your needs, please contact EnerQuality.

Did you know?

EnerQuality workshops are eligible for Continuing Education credits with a number of professional organizations, including:

  • Ontario Association of Architects
  • Ontario Building Officials Association
  • Professional Engineers Ontario
  • Association of Energy Engineers

Training Grants

Many of our students are eligible to receive Canada Ontario Job Grants to fund their training. For more information, visit the Ministry of Training, Colleges & Universities.

  • ENERGY STAR® for New Homes (Part II)

    Industry expert Andy Oding (Building Knowledge Canada) dives into the changes and requirements of the new standard for Canada’s most successful green building program. Discover why thousands use the ENERGY STAR® training series to build better [...]
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  • EnerGuide Rating System V15

    Explore the new version of the Canadian government’s energy performance rating and labeling program for key consumer items – including houses – with building science expert Andy Oding. EnerGuide, used coast-to-coast, is a third-party [...]
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  • Net Zero Builder Training

      Don’t miss this workshop loaded with everything you need to know about the Net Zero Energy/Net Zero Ready home building and the CHBA Net Zero Energy Labelling Program. It's a hand-on training by the past chair of the CHBA Net Zero [...]
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  • Foundation level & EA training

    Climate change action plans and proposed home energy rating disclosure are making both builders and buyers aware of a home's energy consumption. The industry is changing, building codes are changing, and construction methods are becoming more [...]
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