Energy Auditor




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Dates: 16 & 17 July 2024 (2 days)
Times: 9.00am–5:00pm (NZST)
Venue: Online (Via GotoMeeting)
Trainer: Erin Roughton (Managing Director at Energy Management Solutions Ltd)


The Energy Auditor course delivers the fundamentals around understanding and undertaking energy audits to the AS/NZS 3598:2014 Standard.

Covering all parts of the Standard (Part 1: Commercial Buildings, Part 2: Industrial and Related Activities and Part 3: Transport Related Activities) and each of the audit levels, this course provides an excellent grounding in energy efficiency and how to improve it.

AS/NZS 3598:2014 is the blueprint for efficiency, delivering cost and carbon emissions savings across the spectrum of business activities.

With increasing emphasis on emissions from industrial processes and transport, the market for efficiency improvements in these areas is set to grow.

The course also prepares attendees for adopting an integrated approach to energy efficiency, covering all of a business’s activities.

Who will benefit most from this training?

This course is suited to experienced and new energy professionals.

Graduates new to the industry, keen to develop careers in energy and carbon management will gain an excellent grounding in energy efficiency and how to drive it.

Experienced auditors who have previously focused on one area of efficiency, such as commercial buildings, will learn how to apply their existing skills to a wider market and develop these skills to be able to provide integrated solutions to clients across buildings, process and transport activities.

Course Content

The content of the training includes coverage of:

  • Introduction
  • Commercial Buildings (AS/NZS 3598.1) general scope
  • Industrial and related activities (AS/NZS 3598.2:2014) general scope
  • Transport related activities (AS/NZS 3598.3:2014) general scope
  • Types of Audits (general)
  • Energy Audit Requirements
  • Energy Auditor Requirements
  • Organisations’ Engagement with the Audit
  • Performing an Energy Audit
  • Some examples
  • The relationship between energy savings and carbon savings
  • Where to from here?

Participant requirements

Participants are required to have copies of each part of AS/NZS 3598:2014 as we will be walking through them.

Please note: There is a cost to purchase the standards, unfortunately due to Standards New Zealand rules CEP is unable to share copies. 

The parts are:

  • Energy Audits – Part 1:  Commercial Buildings (People driven)
  • Energy Audits – Part 2:  Industrial and related activities (Process driven)
  • Energy Audits – Part 3:  Transport related activities (Vehicle driven)

There are no experience prerequisites.

Course Feedback

“This course provided useful background and tricks of the trade to give me confidence when completing an energy audit.”
Cassidy van Vuuren (Graduate Engineer – Energy and Carbon)

Energy Master Auditor Accreditation

This course sets up attendees to be able to undertake energy audits to AS/NZS 3598:2014 across buildings, industrial processes and transport.

Submission of audits prepared to this standard are a requirement for assessment as a CEP Energy Master Auditor.

Please note: Energy Master Auditor Accreditation fees apply and are not included in the training fees.

When should you register?

Once we have confirmed delivery dates for this training course, we require a minimum of 6 registered attendees (maximum of 15 attendees per course). Please complete your online registration as soon as possible so we can secure the training delivery date.

If you require a letter of support to assist with funding approval, please contact the CEP Office.

Please read the Refund Policy before confirming your registration.

Additional information


$1,600+GST (Member), $1,780+GST (Non member)