Stand out in the marketplace with the Qualified Commissioning Process Provider Certificate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Complete the certification in less than one week and begin implementing the ASHRAE Commissioning Process on new and existing building projects.

Is this program right for you?

The Qualified Commissioning Process Provider Certificate from UW-Madison’s Department of Engineering Professional Development is an opportunity to demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of the full American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) Commissioning Process. Whether you are just starting out in the field or are a seasoned veteran, the certificate will help you drive value on projects and distinguish yourself in the commissioning industry. Past certificate graduates include engineers, architects, consultants, building owners, and facility managers.


As part of the certificate curriculum, you will learn why the commissioning process provides consistent, cost-effective, and successful delivery of new buildings and construction projects, as well as enhances the productivity of existing buildings. By the end of the coursework, you will have a firm grasp of how to meet your commissioning goals through planning and communication.


The Qualified Commissioning Process Provider Certificate paves the way for additional accreditation based on professional experience in the field. Other commissioning certificates from the University of Wisconsin-Madison allow you to tailor your credentials to your role and unique interests.


What you Learn

  • Gain knowledge of the commissioning process based on ASHRAE guidelines
  • Learn how to use effective planning and communications techniques to achieve your commissioning goals

Where & How you learn


  • Face-to-face


  • Five days of face-to-face courses in Madison, Wisconsin
  • Complete the review sessions
  • Pass the Commissioning Certification examination

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