Our services and products, designed, developed and delivered, are built on 5 robust foundations to meet the
needs of the 21st century BAS and energy management systems sectors.
Preparing Energy and Building Automation Professionals for the 21st Century
Detailed study and process of development of curriculum (DACUM) conducted by subject matter experts (SMEs), representing cross section of stakeholders from academia, industry, and peer groups.
Comprehensive research and analysis of market needs, and job task analysis (JTA) conducted by SMEs, representing cross section of stakeholders from academia, industry, and peer groups.
Underpinning of hands-on project based learning (PBL) and cognitive learning strategies that will emphasize (or underscore) both technical and soft skills.
Foster workplace and career opportunities for trained professionals, by aligning skills (technical and soft) with prospective employers through a marketplace.
Sustain and nurture continual progress and growth of individuals to provide current knowledge and practices to meet the needs of the 21st century opportunities.
Educational Materials: Customized curriculum design, development and delivery, built on project based learning (PBL) learning modules
Certifications: Associate (entry level) and professional non-proprietary ANSI certifications
Employment Marketplace: Online employment and career marketplace to match prospective trained BAS trade professionals with employers. Interview and soft skills resources available for prospective employees.
Training: Online training offered via videos and webinars. Customized training available through consultancy services.
Grants and Other Funding: Opportunities for affiliates, partners and sponsors to collaborate on grants (state, federal or other sources) and funding from foundations and other donors.
Guidelines: Existing and current (or latest) guidelines of all BAS relevant topics for an industry library.
Networking: Personal interactions (conferences, workshops, meetings), Social Media (LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc), and Online (ACP’s web portal)
Conferences, Workshops, and Seminars: Professional development and growth opportunities focusing on diverse topics impacting education, training, workforce needs, research, policy, national and global opportunities, and other topics preferred by ACP affiliates, sponsors, and partners.
ACP Reports, Handbooks, and Surveys: Articles, handbooks, and comprehensive reports on research, trends or survey to support the goals and outcomes of affiliates, partners and sponsors.
Resources: Web-based or communications (emails, printed, etc.) on technical support links and contacts of BAS manufacturers and distributors; links to technical and engineering tools screened by ACP; BAS data available from federal, state, industry, organization, or education institution sources; and database of relevant professional organizations, highlighting affiliates, partners and sponsors.
Newsletter: A bi-weekly newsletter (digital) of newsworthy and informational item (links) relevant to BAS markets.
Consultancy: Customized consultancy to design, build and maintain BAS laboratories, Campus as a Living Laboratory (L-PBL), curricular development, connecting campuses with stakeholders, and other needs relevant to BAS.
Associate (entry level) and professional non-proprietary ANSI certifications
Online employment and career marketplace to match trained BAS trade professionals with employers. Interview and soft skills resources available for prospective employees. .