Home Efficiency Animator Training (HEAT) is a two-day, 14-hour, no-cost, capacity building program focused on best practices in residential energy conservation.
The training is designed to help Toronto’s community and sustainability leaders to:
The purpose of the training is to help accelerate greenhouse gas emissions reductions from Toronto’s residential homes by increasing community-wide conservation literacy and engagement. It is also an opportunity to connect with a network of fellow learners, professionals and change-makers focused on creating opportunities to drive energy efficiency and retrofitting with a focus on climate action. This training may be helpful to individuals looking to expand their skills and experience toward a career in climate action, sustainability, green building and/or building sciences.
Participants in the program will receive a certificate of participation from Humber College.
You must attend both days of the training session. Training will be held in downtown Toronto.
HEAT is a joint program of the City of Toronto, Humber College and Natural Resources Canada, and is being offered at no cost to participants, but there is limited capacity.
Home Efficiency Animator Training is open to residents of Toronto who are:
We encourage community leaders and residents from communities experiencing social, economic and other barriers, including people of colour, newcomers, LGBTQ2IAA persons, women, Indigenous peoples, and persons with Disabilities / Disabled people to apply.
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Training topics will include:
This training is made possible by a financial contribution from Natural Resources Canada.