26 September

3 day

5000 Riyal


Certified Energy Auditor CEA

Who are Certified Energy Auditors?

Energy Auditors undertake energy efficiency assessments of large buildings and industrial facilities. Their audits cover building systems, occupancy, operations, maintenance, and code compliance. An auditor aims to provide their client with detailed survey results, risk mitigation analysis, implementation plans, and a final investment-grade analysis. Many auditors work to predefined codes and standards, such as the ASHRAE Standard 211-2018 for Commercial Building Energy Audits.


What does the Certified Energy Auditor (CEA®) Certification Program offer?

This program helps educate and qualify individuals involved in optimizing the use of energy in buildings and systems. By obtaining the CEA certification, candidates gain industry and peer recognition by demonstrating their understanding of energy auditing principles, practices, and technologies. The program raises the professional standards, both technical and ethical, of those engaged in energy efficiency and energy management.


Course Objective: 
  • To raise the professional standards of those engaged in energy auditing.
  • To improve the practice of energy auditors by encouraging energy auditing professionals in a continuing education program of professional development.
  • To identify persons with acceptable knowledge of the principles and practices of energy auditing through completing an examination and fulfilling prescribed standards of performance and conduct.
  • To award special recognition to those energy auditing professionals who have demonstrated a high level of competence and ethical fitness in energy auditing.



Applicants must meet one of the following eligibility criteria:



Work Experience

4-year engineering/architectural degree  OR
Professional Engineer (PE) OR Registered Architect (RA)


3+ years related* experience

4-year unrelated degree


4+ years related* experience

2-year associate degree


5+ years related* experience

Current Status of Certified Energy Manager (CEM®)


3+ years related* experience



10+ years related* experience

*Related experience in energy auditing and/or participating in a team doing energy assessments.


In-Training Option

If you do not meet one of the eligibility criteria above, you can still apply for an in-training certification, CEA-IT. In order to gain the in-training certification, you must attend a CEA preparatory training seminar or obtain a degree from an approved training provider, submit the CEA-IT certification application under step two below, and pass the CEA certification examination. The CEA-IT certification is valid for six years, which allows you time to meet the full CEA certification eligibility requirements.



All CEA candidates must attend a CEA prepatory training seminar, provided by an approved training provider, submit a CEA certification application, and pass an open book examination, which is proctored by an approved exam administrator.

The examination is based on an approved Body of Knowledge, which includes the main subject areas and the percentages of each included in the examination.


CEA Resources & Study Guide


What functional areas does the CEA® Certification Program cover?
  • Developing an Energy Audit Strategy & Plan
  • Energy Use Analysis
  • Data Collection & Analysis
  • Economic Analysis
  • Lighting Systems
  • Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning Systems
  • Domestic Hot Water Systems
  • Motors and Drives & Compressed Air Systems
  • Building Envelope
  • Building Automation Systems, Process Automation Systems, & Energy Management and Control Systems
  • Alternative Generation & Storage – Transport


For Further Information or To Register, Please Contact us by Email or Call the Number Below.

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