Leading the Green Building Industry Transformation
Some trends in the construction industry do not have staying power, but it appears that green building will continue to be the mega trend for the next decade and beyond.
The global green building industry is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of around 13% from 2015 – 2020. Focusing on Asia-Pacific, the region is expected to be the fastest-growing market with a CAGR of 47.8% during the same period, which represents a potential dollar capitalization to be worth from US$607B in 2015 to US$950B in 2020. This emerging trend signals the high receptivity of stakeholders on the government low carbon policy in the buildings sector to reduce energy consumption, as well as improving water efficiency and the adoption of sustainable building materials.
The benefits of “Green buildings” and energy management are being realised by organisations around the world. Green buildings provide health benefits for their inhabitants and boost work productivity, returning energy and financial savings, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and water consumption, improving local air quality and visual appeal, and resulting in urban biodiversity and regional natural resource conservation. There is a global need for professionals to understand green building technologies and materials, energy management strategy, the green building business case and how to tap into widely available government financial incentives in order to fund them.
This ten day intensive Australian Government accredited qualification is practically focused, equipping participants with a multitude of highly sought after skills that are critical to the development of the green building sector.
The course is taught by world-leading and Australian Government certified experts in green buildings and energy management. It includes an exciting and interactive mix of seminars, workshops, group practical exercises, field trips and expert panel networking sessions. Participants who complete the assessment for this course will receive a Diploma of Sustainable Operations (Major in Green Building and Energy Management).
|Designed for graduates working in the green building and sustainability industry or those looking for a change in career, this interdisciplinary course will equip participants with the skills and knowledge to address local, regional and global sustainability challenges by applying green solutions to the built environment, be it in an urban or rural context. Participants will gain the knowhow in engineering, economic, policy and environmental management aspects.|
|This course equips participants with the competencies required for employment in job roles related to assisting organisations to improve sustainability and to meet their obligations under green building related regulatory arrangements, government or similar incentives, or other initiatives that apply to their operations and facilities. Participants will have various career prospects worldwide within this rapidly growing area, enjoying specialist roles within:|