Everblue Announces International Sustainability Training Partnership

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Engineering students in Hong Kong can now work toward a Certificate of Green Technologies.

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[HKCE's] partnership with Everblue is ideal for our students. — Jansen Lam, Hong Kong College of Engineering's Director of Brand Promotion and Development

Everblue has entered a new partnership with the Hong Kong College of Engineering (HKCE) to deliver green building, energy efficiency, and sustainability management training to international students.

HKCE is a professional college designed to cultivate the practical knowledge and skills needed for the engineering industry. It specializes in providing “one-stop” professional courses for prospective Chartered Engineers.

“[HKCE’s] partnership with Everblue is ideal for our students,” said Jansen Lam, HKCE’s director of brand promotion and development. “This is [HKCE’s] first international sustainability training partnership, and I know that our students will like the ability to pursue a Certificate of Green Technologies.”

In response to this partnership, Everblue designed custom curriculum for the Certificate of Green Technologies. HKCE students can take this certificate course and receive a comprehensive introduction to green building, commercial energy auditing, and sustainability management on HCKE’s campus in Hong Kong.

“HKCE is a prestigious training institute that has been training engineering professionals for more than 20 years,” said Vince DiFrancesco, Everblue’s vice president of operations and administration. “It is an honor for Everblue to be associated with such an esteemed institution.”

For more information about this partnership or the training options available, please email info(at)everblue(dot)edu or call 1-800-460-2575.

About Everblue:

Everblue is the continuing education division of the International Academy of Design & Technology-Chicago and specializes in green jobs and sustainable development training. Everblue offers non-credit, short-term courses approved by ACICS, American Institute of Architects (AIA), Building Performance Institute (BPI), Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI), and North American Technician Excellence (NATE).

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