EEC Professional Certifications – formally known as the EEC Professional Certifications Framework – has been designed to be impartial and meet the needs of customers, energy services providers, governments and the general public. As with all EEC activities, the EEC Board is ultimately responsible for the proper management of the Framework.
The EEC Professional Certifications Framework Policy
The purpose of the EEC Professional Certifications Framework is to promote the effective delivery of energy and related services across Australia.
The Framework does this by establishing and maintaining a national certification framework under which multiple professional certifications are administered. The Framework is designed to define standards for industry participants, facilitate the procurement decisions of energy management customers, reduce project risk, support the achievement of energy and carbon management objectives and support the successful delivery of government policy and programs.
Code of Conduct
The Code of Conduct sets out the standards required of certified individuals, provides guidance to them in carrying out their duties and responsibilities, and is the basis for assessing complaints.