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Sustainable Building Operations

Join “Brian” in his new role as the facility manager of an existing commercial building and explore how to achieve energy and water efficiencies, leading to a building that operates more sustainably.  When the building owner changes the team are faced with the challenge of achieving a 5 Star NABERS Energy rating.  Explore solutions that may be applicable to your own challenges.

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Key topics

  • Science of climate change
  • The building and its environment
  • The building as a system
  • The sustainable building
  • Managing the building
  • Changing performance
  • Review of case studies


Designed for

  • Facility managers
  • Building Operators
  • Engineers


Length of course/Duration

  • Delivery method: online
  • Length: 40 hours over 20 weeks
  • Assessment included


AIRAH Member: $900

Non Member: $1350

Dates and registration

Registrations are open.

Click here to register online.

Alternatively, download the registration form, and return the completed form to AIRAH by email, fax or post. 

For further information, please contact:

Melanie O'Mara
Ph: (03) 8623 3000

Cancellation and refund policy

Registration may be cancelled up to five working days prior to commencement of the course with participants either transferring to another course / event or receiving a refund less a 20% administration fee. No refund will be given where cancellation is 24 hours or less. In all other cases of cancellation the extent of any refund will be at the discretion of AIRAH.

You may substitute another participant at any time prior to the event date should the nominated person be unable to attend. Where the course has entry requirements these must be met by any substitute participant. Where a non member replaces a member the difference between member and non member rates will be charged. Requests for refund can be made by email to

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This course was developed with financial assistance from the Australian Government