As with any Accreditation Scheme it is important that accredited individuals maintain high standards and keep their experience up to date. Accredited professionals must maintain their accreditation status through the EMANZ reaccreditation process. This has become mandatory from the 1st of April 2012.

Reaccreditation details

Energy Auditor

Requirements

  • Evidence of at least 20 hours (annually) of continuing professional development in areas relevant to energy auditing (total of 100 hours evidence is required);
  • Details of three Level 2 Energy Audits completed by the auditor in the previous 5 years, one of which was completed in the previous 18 months; and
  • A full copy of one of the three Type 2/Level 2 Energy Audits.
Documents and application forms
  • Instruction Manual - In this guidance document you will find all details you need to know for the process of reaccreditation, including application fees.
  • Reaccreditation Application Form

Commercial Building Energy Specialist

Requirements

  • The applicant will need to have achieved a minimum number of twenty EMANZ Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours in each of the past 5 years.
  • The applicant should submit a work history summary showing that they have been applying their skills as an energy specialist in the commercial building sector.
Documents and application forms
  • Instruction Manual
  • Reaccreditation / Revival Application Form
  • Documentation for the Assessor
  • Reaccreditation /Revival Application Form – Recording form for Assessors
  • Guidance Document for Assessors

Compressed Air Specialist

Requirements

  • Evidence of at least 20 hours of continuing professional develop in areas relevant to CAS auditing;
  • Details of three In-depth CAS audits completed by the auditor in the previous 5 years, one of which was completed in the previous 18 months; and
  • A full copy of one of those In-depth CAS audits
If you have been accredited but for some good reason (e.g. overseas) have not been practicing as a CAS Auditor in New Zealand for a period of up to 2 years, you can apply to have your original accreditation ‘revived’ as outlined below.
 
Documents and application forms
  • Instruction Manual (PDF) - This guidance document includes all details you need to know in the process of becoming an Accredited Energy Auditor. It shows the general procedures, suggests useful tips and offers supporting information to Applicants as they complete their forms for an initial application.
  • Reassessment Summary Form  - The CAS Assessor will use this form to record his assessment of your application for reassessment or revival.
  • Accreditation Reassessment/Revival Form