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Academy Instructor Training Videos
Alternative Fuels

Unit 1: Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)
  - 1.0 Instructional Materials Overview
  - 1.1 Emissions
  - 1.2 Compressed Natural Gas
  - 1.3 Compressed Natural Gas as a Fuel
  - 1.3b Heavy Duty Applications for Transit, School Bus & Truck
  - 1.4 Tubing
  - 1.5 Fueling and Fueling Vessels
  - 1.6 Site Safety
Unit 2: Liquid Natural Gas (LNG)
  - 2.1 Liquid Natural Gas
  - 2.2 Physics of LNG
  - 2.3 Tank Plumbing
  - 2.4 Refueling
  - 2.5 Leak Testing
  - 2.6 Leak Repair
  - 2.7 Insulation Test
  - 2.8 Fuel Level Gauge Diagnosis
Unit 3: BioFuels
  - 3.1 Ethanol
  - 3.2 Bio-diesel
Unit 4: Hybrid, Electric and Fuel Cell Vehicle Technology
  - 4.1 Transportation - Past, Present & Future
  - 4.2 Hybrid Vehicles
  - 4.3 Electric Vehicles
  - 4.4 And Introduction to Fuel Cell Vehicle Technology

Introduction to Energy
  - Curriculum Overview: Introduction to Energy Concepts
  - Unit 1: Introduction to Energy Concepts
  - Unit 2: Global Warming and Climate Change
  - Unit 3: Renewable Energy
  - Unit 4: Energy Efficiency
  - Unit 5: Green Building
  - Unit 6: Alternative Fuels

Green Building
Curriculum Overview:
  - Introduction to Green Building
Unit 1:
  - 1.1: What is the Built Environment?
Unit 2:
  - 2.0 What is Sustainability?
  - 2.1: What is Green Building?
Unit 3:
  - 3.1a What is Design?
  - 3.1b What is Construction?
  - 3.1c Introduction to Sequential vs. Whole Building Design
  - 3.2a Site Related Considerations
  - 3.2b Site Related Green Building Practices
  - 3.3a: Building Energy Use in the U.S
  - 3.3b: Energy Use in Building Systems
  - 3.3c: Green Building Practices for Energy Efficiency
  - 3.4a: Overview of Common Building Materials
  - 3.4b: Material Based Green Building Approaches
  - 3.5a: How Water is Used in Buildings
  - 3.5b: Common Approaches in Technologies for Water Efficiency
  - 3.6a: What is Indoor Air Quality?
  - 3.6b: Green Building Techniques to Improve Indoor Air Quality
Unit 4:
  - 4.0a: Life Cycle Cost Assessment
  - 4.0b: Life Cycle Impact Assessment
  - 4.0c: Energy Modeling
  - 4.0d: Green Building Rating Systems
Unit 5:
  - 5.1: Title 24 Energy Code
Unit 6:
  - 6.1: Green Building Markets and Careers

Energy Auditing
Goodheart-Willcox Publisher:
- Textbook Overview: "Energy, Power, and Transportation Technology"

Curriculum Overview:
- Introduction to Energy Auditing
Unit 1:
- 1.1: Renewable and Non-renewable Energy Sources
- 1.2: Electricity Generation, Transmission, and Distribution
Unit 2:
- 2.0: Calculating and Measuring Energy Consumption Costs & Emissions
Unit 3:
- 3.1: Identifying, Auditing, and Managing Plug Loads
- 3.2: Introduction to Lighting
- 3.3: Introduction to Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
- 3.4: Principles of Heat Transfer, the Building Envelope, and Weatherization
Unit 4:
- 4.1: Overview of Conducting a Successful Energy Audit Program
- 4.2: Identifying and Recommending Energy Efficiency Measures
- 4.3-4.4: Impacting Behaviors; Community Based Social Marketing
Unit 5:
- 5.0: Home Energy Saver Web Based Calculator
Unit 6:
- 6.0: Overview of Energy Auditor Certification Programs
Unit 7:
- 7.0: Title 24 Energy Code
Unit 8:
- 8.0: Green Building Markets and Careers


ATTE/4Energy Energy Video Series
- Basics of Processing Bio-Diesel
- Compressed Natural Gas Vehicle System
- Hybird Electric Vehicle System
- Electricity: Ohm's Law for Automotive
- Basics of a DVOM (Multimeter)
- Basics of a DVOM (con't) Voltage Drop Lab
- Electric Vehicle Basics
- Hydrogen Fuel Cell Basics
- Basics of Solar Thermal System (CCSE)
- Residential Photovoltaics (Basic System)(CCSE)
- Green Building Basics (CCSE)
- Energy Efficient Lighting (CCSE)



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