There are two main types of trainings we do here at Abraxas Energy Consulting: Metrix training, and Energy Auditor training.
For the Metrix training, there are two flavors — either “Introductory” or “Advanced”, depending on your current skill level, each of which being 2 days long. Our trainings are regularly held regionally, but we can also come to your facility to perform an on-site training.
To sign up for a training, fill out our Fax Registration Form (PDF) or click the “Purchase” button below to pay online by credit card. If you or your company have already purchased a training ticket then we should be able to match you in our system. Otherwise, you can purchase a training ticket online using a credit card by clicking the Purchase button below; or you can indicate another method of payment on your registration form.
We provide a two-day training session for new Metrix users. The session is primarily ‘hands-on’ – trainees are guided step-by-step through typical project set-up, entering data such as meter information, rate tariffs, sub-meters, as well as establishing baselines, correcting for weather, and communicating these results using the reporting capabilities.
May 06-07, 2013
June 24-25, 2013
August 12-13, 2013
The session begins with a review of basic concepts such as meter set-up; entering bill and variable data; tuning; measures and modifications; rate analysis and modeling. The session then continues with advanced measures; retrofit isolation vs main meter methods; advanced tuning, modifications and modeling; report customization. Case studies will be worked on as well as discussion of “real-life” Metrix applications.
May 08-09, 2013
August 14-15, 2013
What our customers say about our training…
“I was able to return to work and immediately apply most of what I had learned. Overall, I would strongly recommend this [introductory] training session to anyone just getting started with Metrix.”
Tyler B. Humphreys, Johnson Controls
“The material (was presented) in a fun, quick paced format that keeps your attention and helps you to retain the information presented. I would highly recommend these [advanced] classes to anyone charged with developing building energy use models or performing energy accounting.”
Mike Willis, Precision Control Systems, Inc.