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Overview - Energy, Carbon and Sustainability 

In its scope and ambition this is the flagship programme of the capacity building, training and personal development programmes offered by the Energy Management Association.

Energy Manager Professional was piloted in 2016 with the first course for 2017 run in Wellington in March, The next will be run in Wellington at the end of October / early November, see full details below.
 
If you want more information please contact the programme coordinator Norman Smith on 021-499-031 or Norman@rminz.org.nz .
 
This programme equips participants from diverse management and technical roles with the skills and knowledge to develop and lead energy and carbon management programmes and sustainability initiatives.  
 
Developed in consultation with business and energy specialists, the course utilises real energy information from the participant’s organisation, meaning the course provides immediate and tangible productivity benefits to the business.  The course outcomes include a customised energy management plan that has been expert-reviewed and is ready for implementation as well as growing in-house energy management capability through training key employees.

Who's the course for?

This course has been designed for a wide range of people and is especially relevant for those in larger organisations or who provide specialised energy services to larger organisations. It will provide them with the insights, skills and specialist knowledge to develop an Energy Management Strategy and Plan, understand what specialised technologies and services are available, how and when to engage qualified experts and manage significant energy programmes to maximise productivity and returns.  

The course is suitable for people with managerial expertise who need to acquire a better understanding of energy productivity tools and technologies as well as those with technical backgrounds who need to broaden their skills into energy and carbon  productivity.
 
The course covers essential knowledge for consultants wishing to become a partner in the EECA "Energy Management Advisor" programme.

Course Feedback

"I would highly recommend that businesses hesitating between one or two participants go for two ..... Much more valuable than just one person taking the knowledge back to the organisation and explaining to other the benefits of what has been learned. "   
Roseline Klein, Sustainability Manager, Watercare Services Ltd

"Being able to share in the experience of the presenters over four days is a big opportunity not to be missed .... the 50001 checklist presented as part of the course is alone worth the fee."   Frans Plugge, Energy Consultant


Course Content

-  Management – Leadership General/Finance (45%)

-  Managing Energy Tools and Processes (30%)

-  Managing Energy Products, Technologies and Productivity (25%)

This is an advanced professional development programme at the level of a post-graduate diploma which will enable people with a wide range of qualifications and work-based experience to gain additional, specialised skills to undertake important new responsibilities. 

The curriculum and outcomes are aligned with ISO Standard 50001:2011 - Energy Management System, which is based on the systems model of continual improvement. 
 
The course is a combination of classroom based learning and supported self-directed activity within the workplace.
 
Click here for  a copy of the Energy Manager Professional Programme Overview Flyer pdf

Registration & Course Details

Classroom Dates: 31 October - 3 November 2017 (Tuesday to Friday)

Location:  Wellington (Mercure Abel Tasman Conference Centre)

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For further information or to discuss how this course will meet the needs of you and your organisation, please contact Programme Coordinator Norman Smith by mobile on 021 499 031or email Norman@rminz.org.nz

Course Timetable

Dates

Unit A: Workplace based pre-work Module 
(40 hours preparation)

Participants complete assignments prior to the classroom-based study block

Unit B: Classroom
(Wellington - 4 days)

31 October - 3 November 2017 

Unit C: Application for Accreditation
(40 hours)

This third part of the programme is based in the workplace over 12 weeks

Investment (excludes GST)

(price per person)

 EMANZ Members price

 Non-members price

Includes preparation assignments and four day training course 
(Units A and B)

  $3,610

$3,800

 Accreditation (Unit C)

  $700

$700

Total Unit A, B & C

$4,310 $4,500

 


Accreditation

You could become an accredited EnergyManager Professional 

To learn more about Accreditation click this link >>