The training is aimed at professionals, who have to manage energy within their job function and are responsible for improving energy efficiency and reducing energy costs (eg. plant managers, production managers, energy representatives, process engineers, operation technicians, facility managers).
This course will help you achieve energy savings for your company. It gives great insight into all aspects of energy management and the latest European standards.
The training is divided into 12 one-day modules; each comprising attendance on a course backed up by practical application of the learning through a work-based feasibility study.
Participants are provided with written support materials, including case studies, checklists and calculation tools, and undertake a feasibility study for a practical project.
The average energy saving of each project completed in the previous courses was 70.62 GWh/year, generating savings of an average of £31,403 per year - repaying the cost of the course many times over.
The Energy Institute offers a qualification for energy managers developed in association with the SAVE II - Programme of the European Community.
Aimed at technical staff with a responsibility for improving energy efficiency and reducing energy costs, this course will help achieve energy savings and reduce emissions for your organisation.
Eurem is designed as a comprehensive technical overview of energy management, providing participants with the tools to develop and manage energy management projects. It comprises 12 days of training at the Energy Institute head office. Attendance on the course is backed up by practical application of the learning through a work-based feasibility study which is then supplemented by an exam.
- 12 days of energy management training at the EI’s head office, led by subject experts
- Preparatory material and slides from training sessions
- Exercise spreadsheets from training sessions, designed for use at your organisation
- Tutor supervision and support for work-based feasibility study
- Exam assessment leading to the European Energy Manager Qualification
The training is aimed at professionals responsible for managing energy within their job function and with who are tasked with improving energy efficiency and reducing energy costs. Delegates should be experienced energy professionals who would like to learn more about all aspects of an energy management role.
The qualification is assessed based on two areas:
- Feasibility study for a project, along with presentation of project to a panel
On successful completion of the course, students are awarded the European Energy Manager Qualification, demonstrating essential energy management competencies, and the ability to develop a successful energy project.
The EI’s 12-day training course will draw from the following subjects:
- Energy and emissions law and trading
- Calculation of energy costs and project management
- Energy data/load management
- Energy fundamentals
- Process heat, steam, heat recovery
- Air conditioning
- Compressed air
- Energy in buildings
A variety of materials will be used including preparation material on key concepts, a slide presentation, a case study, a calculation tool for the relevant technology and a checklist of actions.
As a result of the training participants will be able to:
- Analyse any given energy situation;
- Technically develop energy saving projects;
- Illustrate the return on investment to management;
- Initiate and co-ordinate appropriate projects;
- Evaluate and secure targeted savings;