Energy Manager magazine has formed a partnership with reputable training bodies to offer our readers the opportunity to further their knowledge. Please read below to find out who these companies are and what training they can offer you.
The Renewable Energy Institute
The Renewable Energy Institute EEC has been running training courses since 1975 and has a wealth of experience in education for the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency sectors.
The professional Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency training courses are organised in collaboration with leading European and International Universities.
The Renewable Energy Institute EEC is an Independent Professional Body and trains around 5000 individuals a year in over 300 training courses at 21 universities across the world.
Click here for a list of training courses offered to Energy Manager magazine readers.
Cornwall Insight offers a wide range of online training courses on the GB energy markets. Our scheduled courses, typically delivered as three 2-hour sessions, are aimed at all knowledge levels. Our introductory courses give a great overview of the entire gas and electricity value chain, covering generation and gas supply, energy network charging arrangements, policies to deliver ‘net zero’ targets and the energy retail markets. More advanced sessions cover topics including green project finance, Power Purchase Agreements, Corporate Power Purchase Agreements, and electricity settlements.
Our training service is designed for those active in the energy sector and provide role-relevant learning and development from our market practitioners.
We continually refresh and evolve our offering as the market adapts to meet the net zero transition.
For more information, please visit www.cornwall-insight.com
The Energy Institute is the not-for-profit chartered professional membership body bringing together expertise to tackle urgent global challenges. Responding to the climate emergency while meeting the energy needs of the world’s growing population calls for energy to be better understood, managed and valued. Professionals in energy have changed the world before and now they are changing it again. The EI exists to support them and anyone who wants to better understand or contribute to tackling these urgent global challenges.
Skills and learning are at the heart of the EI’s offer. Our portfolio of Energy Management Training is the most extensive available – and all courses are now available to take online. Our 3-level qualification structure is developed and taught by leading experts, regularly updated with the latest developments in technology, best practice and policy, and respected by employers across business sectors. It also sets you on the right path if you’re looking to become a Chartered Energy Manager.
View all courses here: https://energyinst.org/whats-on/training/energy-management
Energy Conscious Organisation (EnCO) Training Programme
ESTA – Energy Services and Technology Association, jointly with the Energy Institute, have officially launched a new innovative training programme, which is aimed at focusing the mind of businesses and organisations of all types and sectors, both public and private, of the efficacy of using a holistic, structured behaviour change programme to supplement and enhance the use of technological solutions to use less energy.
EnCO is a global programme designed to encourage greater energy efficiency for all organisations using behaviour change as a bedrock. Behaviour change is the adaptation of human behaviour to make best use of technological solutions and to facilitate the reduction of energy usage.
Cost – free to ESTA members, EI RPEC members and MEI Chartered Energy Managers. £495+VAT, if applicable, to all others.
Discounts are available for Energy Manager magazine readers. Click here to find out more.
VESMA.COM has been an independent trainer on energy management for many years. Of particular interest to sustainability professionals is their “Energy efficiency A to Z” programme, which is designed as a wide-ranging introduction for those with no prior knowledge of energy technologies.
This course is delivered remotely to small groups over two half-days by the company’s director Vilnis Vesma, himself a former local-government energy manager. It is available for in-house groups and as a public event. Apart from that, Vilnis has particular expertise in the analysis of energy consumption data, and runs courses on that topic under the title ‘Energy monitoring and targeting’.
More advanced courses in specific energy topics are also mounted from time to time, taught by expert guest instructors. Details of forthcoming events can be found at http://vesma.com/training
There is a discount code for readers which will give 9% off all bookings: PSSAMEMBER.