With today's sophisticated building automation systems ENE's customers are truly enjoying greatly reduced operating and energy costs for their facilities. And while many of our solutions are of a turn-key nature, there are tremendous benefits from enrollment in our comprehensive instructor-led training courses. These courses provide valuable hands-on training to help building operators and facility managers leverage their systems to the greatest advantage of their organizations.
ENE's customers who engage in our training courses typically rely less frequently on technician service calls, which in turn is yet another factor in reducing the overall cost of operating their facilities.
Class sizes are intentionally small and led by an expert in HVAC Controls and Automation technologies. Students conduct hands-on exercises on modern, state-of-the-art equipment, often the exact same equipment that is installed at their facilities.
Our course materials are produced in-house and on demand for each class which guarantees that every class receives the very latest available technical information regarding their system.
Coming in 2018: The Fundamentals of BMS System Security
With the ever-increasing number of cyber attacks against Building Automation Systems across the globe presenting a clear and present danger to the industry, ENE Systems will be offering a series of cyber-security training options including a class dedicated to teaching the people who own and operate our systems how to make sure they are doing everything possible to keep their systems secure.
This is NOT a high-tech class intended for experienced I.T. people. This is a class designed specifically to help operators, engineers and building managers achieve and maintain system security. We use plain English, devoid of techno-jargon and indecipherable acronyms. It is intended for System Operators, Engineers and Building Managers who are involved in the day-to-day operation of the ATC/BMS system software. Class attendees will come away with a solid understanding of how today's cyber attacks work and a roadmap to assist in responding to such events should they occur.
Keep an eye on this space for details in early 2018.