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We are proud to work closely with:

UNEP

United Nations
Environment Programme

Heriot-Watt University

Edinburgh Napier University

Glasgow Caledonian University

 

EMTEU

TERRE Policy Centre

Centro Studi Galileo


EEC

COCA COLA:

"Over several years of working with Centro Studi Galileo we have been impressed with CSG's ability to provide courses designed and customised for our firm’s needs, facilitated by academic experts in the field and all carried out within our own premises in order to ease the logistical pressures that training personnel on this scale often brings.

Centro Studi Galileo has certified our courses by providing all participants a certificate of completion.”

(Coca Cola HBC Italia)

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NATO - North Atlantic Treaty Organization:

I would like to underline the instructors’ high level of preparation, alongside their good spirit of collaboration, dedication, flexibility and professionalism”

(Ms Lorenza Vecchio, Civilian Human Resources Management, JFC HQ Naples, NATO).


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COURSES & QUALIFICATIONS IN RENEWABLE ENERGY:

 

MANAGEMENT AND FINANCE COURSE* (May)


WIND POWER COURSE* (June)


RENEWABLE ENERGY SOLUTIONS COURSE* (June)

 

*50% Funding available

 

AND MANY MORE... All available courses can be viewed by clicking here

Galileo Master Certificate

 

Information on the renewable energy courses and exams we offer which lead to the Galileo Master Certificate can be found by clicking here.

The internationally recognised Galileo Master Certificate has earned strong reputation and it has been awarded to high-profile companies such as Coca Cola, the Royal Air Force, Ferrero, Fiat, Honeywell.

The EEC trains about 5000 individuals every year in over 300 training courses across Europe. Courses leading to the Certificate are delivered across 21 European Universities.

To see a full list of training courses on offer from EEC please click here.


The Internationally Recognised Certificate for the Renewable Energy Sector


Find out more information about the Certificate by clicking here

 
Overcoming the Renewable Energy Skills Gap

New training opportunities for career progression launched to combat growing concerns over the lack of skilled professionals.

Renewable Electricity generation increased by 58% between the 2nd quarter of 2012 and the same period in 2013. This, added to the fact that Renewable Energy is being seen as a viable alternative to avoid future energy crises, means that there is an ever increasing need for a skilled workforce to meet the needs of this rapidly growing sector. There are a number of courses available as part of expert pathway programmes offered by the European Energy Centre which have been created in order to meet these demands.

The pathways are producing highly trained experts and consultants who are then able to progress their careers in the green sector. The pathway programmes aim to build on the EEC’s experience and commitment to working with its partners to promote best practice in Renewable Energy educational activities, which include the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the inter-governmental IRENA Renewable Energy Learning Partnership (IRELP) and major universities in Europe.

More specifically, courses on Electrics for Renewables (next available 27-28 November ‘13) have been designed by academics and experts to help professionals and students respond effectively to the rapid growth of the industry, through both theoretical and practical expertise. Participants can use this course to begin their progression through the pathway programme, by gaining an internationally recognised Galileo Master Certificate.

 
'100s' of professionals awarded renewable energy expert status

Renewable Energy Solutions Course Solar Photovoltaic Course

224 professionals have been awarded internationally recognised renewable energy certificates last summer, by attending courses held at Edinburgh Napier University. Funding has enabled participants to receive discounts on courses (to find out about the next Renewable Energy courses CLICK HERE) organised by the European Energy Centre, as well as opportunities for fully-funded pathways (pathway courses available for expert certificate can be found by clicking here).

The European Energy Centre (EEC) works alongside the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) to promote best practice in renewable energy to a wide spectrum of professionals and technicians as well as those aspiring to work in the environmental sector.

 
Highlighted Training

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Renewable Energy Management and Finance Course

Understanding policies and finances - fast track to a renewable energy consultancy job.

Who is it for? Individuals considering a consultancy job and/or have to evaluate the benefits of adopting renewable energy technology. Managers and directors intending to invest in the renewable energy sector.

Edinburgh Napier University: 
16-17 May 2014

Course content:

Course Introduction

Introduction to Renewable Energy Finance

Feed-In Tariff

Project Finance calculations 1

Basic technical calculations – energy, economics, emissions

EIA and LCA reports

Project Finance calculations 2

Government policy and support schemes – UN, EU, UK

Project Finance examples

Practical international case studies

Exam for Galileo Master Certificate.

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Major Renewable Energy Professional Membership Programme launched.

The European Energy Centre (EEC) has announced the launch of the new Global Membership Programme for professionals and students to gain recognition in the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Sector. The Programme rewards members who show a continuous commitment to professional development within the industry with the title of Mastership in Renewable Energy.

 
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