- How can I learn more about PEER and what additional resources are available?
- Does GBCI provide PEER education?
- What is a PEER Pro?
How can I learn more about PEER and what additional resources are available?
The PEER Guide to Certification (available online) leads project teams through the PEER process. This resource includes important information regarding the PEER certification program including the current policies and procedures. Further, various technical reports, resources, and education courses are also provided on the website for better understanding of the program benefits.
Does GBCI provide PEER education?
Yes, a variety of educational courses are available on our website. In addition, live workshops may be offered upon request for universities and industry stakeholders. If interested in hosting a PEER workshop, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
What is a PEER Pro?
The PEER Pro badge offers professional recognition for those who have demonstrated an understanding of the importance of resilience and reliability in power grids and how PEER can be used to support better buildings and places for people and the environment.
To earn the PEER Pro badge, a minimum of five courses must be completed for a minimum of 4 CEU’s and a passing grade in the quiz at the end of each, including: