This six hour interactive workshop will discuss the fundamentals involved in designing a program, best ways to implement the program and the keys to managing it effectively. The workshop is designed for utility and government employees involved in efficiency programs, efficiency consulting companies or any other individual that has a key involvement in an efficiency program. The workshop will be interactive in nature and will have a core agenda to discuss fundamental concepts and allow ample time for discussion among attendees. Discussions are designed to help the attendees focus on their particular needs, discuss new and innovative ideas and ensure the workshop has a high level of value to those attending. Types of programs that will be discussed: Residential and commercial programs. Focus of the workshop will be residential and small commercial New construction and existing building programs. Community education and outreach programs. All aspects of designing, implementing and managing these programs will be discussed: Types of rebates, rebate levels, ways to pay rebates Types of Measures, contractor training, stakeholder relationships Key fundamental building science concepts and techniques Budgeting, reporting, guideline development, QA/QC, EM&V Marketing, branding, value propositions, program sustainability And much, much, much, much, more…. If you have any questions or would like more details, contact David Reed at: firstname.lastname@example.org 904-665-6590. The training will be conducted by David Reed, JEA. This training will only offered to 2013 RESNET Conference attendees. To register click on 2013 RESNET Conference There is a registration fee for this pre-conference training. Click on www.beapfl.org/events to register for the training. The 2013.RESNET Building Performance Conference is a not-to-miss event.