UC Berkeley Extension's construction, environmental management, HVAC and facilities management courses are ideal for those seeking job-enhancing knowledge and individuals transitioning careers. Learn how sustainable practices like LEED v4 and innovations such as building information modeling (BIM) are driving changes in the construction, mechanical design and facilities fields. Learn the latest developments in ISO 1400, sustainability economics, environmental law, regulatory compliance and managing sustainable change within an organization. Instructors with extensive experience at top firms ensure an education that you can apply on the job. Evening, weekend and online courses offer the flexibility that fits your busy schedule. Courses are held in Berkeley, San Francisco, Belmont and online.
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Professional certificates are the highest level of academic achievement from UC Berkeley Extension. Specialized programs of study provide focused subject concentrations to develop skills within specific disciplines. Learn more.
The San Francisco Bay Area is currently experiencing a construction boom. The latest, March 2015, year-over-year construction employment growth provided by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics reported astounding growth rates of 10.6% for the East Bay and 7.6% for the greater Bay Area. In addition to the construction sector, the employment outlook for the facilities management, HVAC and environmental management sectors are also projected to expand significantly in the coming years. UC Berkeley Extension's programs in Construction Management, HVAC and Facilities Management provide you with the foundation needed to excel in these growing fields.
Taught by CASQA-certified Trainers of Record, this two-day workshop aims to provide comprehensive training on California's reissued Industrial Storm Water Permit, which imposes significant regulations on as many as 130,000 California businesses. Gain an in-depth understanding of how the permit applies to you and how to achieve and maintain compliance at your facility. Learn how to prepare and implement compliant Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP) and Monitoring Implementation Plans (MIP); conduct effective sampling; identify and implement practical best management practices; manage inspections; comply with new monitoring, reporting and training requirements; and opportunities for waivers.
Sept. 30 and Oct. 1
San Francisco: San Francisco Center