Training and Education

We take great care to fully understand the problem the customer is trying to solve, and then to provide a training program that capitalizes on our three decades of training experience, but is customized to the customer’s needs. Our trainers are not merely skilled presenters—they are seasoned professionals who have first-hand working knowledge of the subjects on which they train. And we are known for our clear, easy to understand, pictorial-based training materials, and for the support and tools we provide after training

Success Stories

Visualizing Building Performance Data with ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager Tool

We worked together with ENERGY STAR and Oglethorpe Pwer to train and educate Oglethorpe’s Energy Strike Force team on how to use the ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager tool.

Developing the "Success with" Series

Advanced Energy was called to help with this issue in Arizona and created a resource and training program to help simplify the changes and assist builders.

Learning Point

All of our training is built using an instructional design system called ADDIE:
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Advanced Energy’s Long Relationship with the Electrical Apparatus Service Association

The Electrical Apparatus Service Association Inc. is the leading international trade organization in electrical and mechanical equipment sales, service and repairs for motors, pumps, generators, drives and more. Each year, EASA hosts its international convention that brings service centers together with motor and drive manufacturers,…

Advanced Energy Welcomes Brett Elizondo as a Motors and Drives Co-op

Advanced Energy and the Motors and Drives team are happy to welcome Brett Elizondo as a new co-op through North Carolina State University’s Cooperative Education Program. Brett was born and raised in Raleigh and is currently majoring in mechanical engineering at N.C. State with a…

Taking the Vents Out of Vented Crawl Spaces

Crawl space foundations are a popular feature in building construction throughout the United States. They are a go-to for most households because they are cheaper than full basements but more functional than slab foundations. These spaces offer convenient locations for plumbing, electrical lines, and ductwork…