Building users contribute to the energy usage of a building and their habit in using energy affect the building energy performance. The non-structural energy management approach provides non-technology solutions and low-cost approach for the organization to achieve better energy savings by improving building user’s energy practices, and this can be achieved by applying emerging behavioural tools.
It is expected energy managers who have attended this workshop, will able to plan and implement systematic approach by integrating the behavioural tools in the planning to foster energy practices among the building users.
Associate Professor Dr. Choong Weng Wai from Faculty of Built Environment and Surveying, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) is a Certified Energy Manager, a Registered Electrical Energy Manager (REEM) with Energy Commission and a Green Building Index Facilitator. His research niche focus on behavioral studies and environment, he has been appointed as the Consultant Head for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Department of Malaysia (DOE) for environmental projects, and assisting DOE to develop nationwide guidance document and nudge guidelines to conduct effective environmental program. His involvements in promoting and creating sustainable lifestyle received the Excellence Award for Contribution towards Sustainability from Royal Institution of Surveyor Malaysia (RISM).
Dr Low Sheau Ting is a senior lecturer in Faculty of Built Environment and Surveying, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM). Her research activities are focus on fostering pro-environmental behaviour, particularly on energy conservation behaviour. She is a Registered Electrical Energy Manager (PTE-0017-2014) endorsed by the Energy Commission Malaysia and a Certified Energy Manager from ASEAN Energy Management Accreditation Scheme (AEMAS).
Dr. Wee Siaw Chui is a senior researcher from Faculty of Built Environment and Surveying, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. Her research niche is on behavioural change and environmental fields. She had previously been appointed as researcher for Consultation Project by Department of Malaysia (DOE) and successfully produced report on environmental programmes organized by DOE and guidance documents in assisting the DOE to foster behavioural change among the communities for sustainable lifestyle.
Course Fee: RM700/pax
Early bird Price: RM5400/pax – Full payment 1 month before training date.
Group Course Fee: RM540/pax (Group of 3 and above)
Early bird Price: RM510/pax – Full payment 1 month before training date.
**Price excluding 6% sst charges
**Early bird price for HRDC claimable only valid within 2 months before training date
Last updated: 3 March 2021