Energy Management ISO 50001 Registered Auditor
At your own pace, learn how to save energy, reduce carbon emissions, meet your organization’s environmental targets and save money. You’ll also undertake a practical project to solve a real issue within your own organization.
This distance learning course will typically last between 12-18 months’ of part-time study, including an estimated 360 hours of course time, leading to the Energy Institute Level 2 - Certificate of competence in the fundamentals of energy management.
There are 14 learning elements that are practical and work-focused, covering technical and managerial aspects of energy management.
Your tutor will support you with continuous assessment through written assignments.
Flexible study materials means that you can start at any time throughout the year.
You’ll also undertake a 100-hour in-house student project supported by specialist tutors to solve a real energy management problem. And you’ll also gain 1 year’s free EI membership.
The qualification is assessed on written assignments and a 100 hour in-house project.
On successful completion of the course, students are awarded the Energy Institute level 2 qualification, the Certificate of competence in the fundamentals of energy management. This gives candidates a qualification as a professional Energy Manager, having all the competencies required to do the job successfully.
Who should attend?
This course is aimed at anyone who wishes to learn more about energy management. It will particularly benefit professionals who have a role with energy management responsibilities or have responsibility for energy use. Students will normally have between one and two years’ experience.
What will I learn?
- What is the theory behind energy management principles.
- How to use energy management skill and techniques in your workplace.
- How to develop a business case for energy savings.
- How to save your organization money by initiating an energy efficiency project.
How will my organization benefit?
Your company will have internal knowledge of an Energy Manager to carry out effective energy management.
This can help to reduce energy costs, drive a business’s sustainability agenda and improve business opportunities where an organization’s sustainability credentials is a factor during tendering processes.