CxA workshop, commissioning training

ACG has announced six new opportunities to prepare for the Certified Commissioning Authority (CxA) exam.

05/25/2011


ACG has announced six new opportunities to prepare for the Certified Commissioning Authority (CxA) exam. Please see the full listing below for all of the upcoming dates & locations, or Click Here to Download the Brochure and/or Register Online.

Additionally, these CxA Workshops & Commissioning Webinars are now AIA-approved for continuing education hours (learning units).

CxA Workshop: 5 LU/HSW/SD hours

Commissioning Webinar: 2.5 LU/HSW/SD hours The CxA

Workshop and Commissioning Webinars include discussion of the commissioning process as described in the ACG Commissioning Guideline, as well as valuable practical insight on skills, strategies, and communication and documentation protocols essential to applying the process on "real world" projects.

Upcoming Offerings:

June 25 - Montreal, QB

July 28 - WEBINAR

August 9 - Cincinnati, OH

October 19 - San Diego, CA

 

Next CxA Workshop & Exam Saturday, June 25 - Montreal, Quebec

Registration Fee: $650 (includes CxA application fee)

To Register Online, please click here.

To Download the Registration Form, please click here.

All candidates interested in taking the CxA Exam at the Workshop, must also submit a completed CxA Application to ACG Headquarters (click here to download).

 

Additional CxA Workshops & Webinars

Commissioning Webinar Thursday, July 28 2:30 - 5:00 p.m. (EDT)

Registration Fee: $ 650 (one connection, unlimited participants)

CxA Workshop & Exam Tuesday, August 9 - Cincinnati, OH (The Westin Cincinnati)

Registration Fee: $ 650

CxA Workshop & ExamWed. October 19 - San Diego, CA (Hotel Del Coronado)

Registration Fee: $650



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