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Building Environmental Systems Operator - Class I Ontario College Certificate - Part-time

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  • Objectives
    This advanced certificate program teaches the additional skills required to supervise/manage skilled trades personnel involved in the operation and maintenance of various building systems. It focuses on energy management in large buildings and design processes for various building systems. These courses are recognized by the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) and the Toronto Building Superintendents Association (TBSA). Upon successful completion of this program students will receive a Conestoga College certificate.
  • Entry requirements
    Designed for building managers, operators and technicians, this program appeals to anyone employed in the operation, maintenance or management of today's complex buildings.
  • Academic Title
    Building Environmental Systems Operator - Class I Ontario College Certificate
  • Course description
    BES1100      Energy Management (BES 710)
    Description: Course Admission: Completion of the Building Environmental Systems Operator - Class II program. Student must be accepted in the Building Environmental Systems Operator - Class I program prior to registering for this course. This course will focus on the processes involved in setting up an Energy Management Programme. This includes studying the building envelope as an independent system, identifying cooling loads and heating loads, selecting equipment to be metered, identifying relamping opportunities and air quality standards. Students will gain the skills to independently or collectively implement energy conservation measures within their buildings and communicate effectively with energy management consultants.
    Hours: 39
    Credits: 3

          Electives: Program Option     
    Description: Student must complete a minimum of 39 Hours

    Elective Courses:

    BES1080     Pipe Systems Design (BES 707)

    Description: This course includes a study of the design, application and operating characteristics of pipe systems equipment. Pump design, pump types, pump applications, pump laws and curves are also covered. The second half of the course deals with parallel and series pump design/operation, system resistance and system design through to chiller load calculations. Students will gain sufficient knowledge to deal intelligently and confidently with their Mechanical Engineers.
    Hours: 39
    Credits: 3

    BES1090     Air Systems Design (BES 708)
    Description: Course Admission: Completion of the Building Environmental Systems Operator - Class II program. Student must be accepted in the Building Environmental Systems Operator - Class I program prior to registering for this course. This course includes a study of the design, application and operating characteristics of air handling systems and associated equipment. Fan types and design, fan curves, fan laws, duct sizing and system resistance are discussed. The course also examines psychrometric of air mixtures, internal heat loads, air balancing and will give the student an opportunity to design an air handling and air distribution system. Students will gain sufficient knowledge to communicate effectively with other professionals.
    Hours: 39
    Credits: 3

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