The Internationally Recognised
Galileo Master Certificate (GMC)
for the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency sectors
The Galileo Master Certificate (GMC) is awarded to successful participants of professional training courses allowing them to work in the renewable energy and energy efficiency sectors.
The exam leading to the GMC is held at major universities across Europe, it is also available globally through interactive and innovative Distance Learning platforms using ground-breaking teaching methods.
The GMC can be achieved by participating in the approved Professional Short Courses run by high-standard institutions.
Based on the European-funded Project EMTEU:
Important information about the Galileo Master Certificate (GMC):
Has been awarded for nearly 40 years globally
the need for professionals to gain the renewable energy certificate began when the oil crises of the 1970s hit businesses and communities worldwide
Awarded to about 5000 professionals every year who pass the GMC exams
in over 300 training courses across Europe, in collaboration with 21 leading universities
Has been awarded to professionals working for Siemens, Energy Saving Trust, British Gas, Nokia, Nestlé, Coca Cola, Solar Power Scotland, British Army, United Nations Development Programme, NATO, Ministry of Defence; professionals, government officials and students worldwide
Many authorities recognise the GMC as the gateway to work in Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency
Qualifies people for the Expert Certificate (Galileo Project)
Many employers regard GMC as important evidence of the personal skills and knowledge of the workforce.
Allows people to work in the renewable energy sector
Why choose the European Energy Centre (EEC) to sit the course and exam
to achieve Galileo Master Certificate (GMC)?
The EEC is one of the leading providers of the GMC. The EEC also works with UNITED NATIONS (UNEP) and major universities for the dissemination of knowledge and expertise, including:
Imperial College London, Edinburgh Napier University, Coventry University, Nottingham University, Glasgow Caledonian University, Heriot-Watt University, University Politecnico di Milano, University Politecnico di Torino, University of Padua, University La Sapienza of Rome and many more.
The GMC has grown to become an authoritative award in renewable energy and a clear step towards a career in the renewable energy or energy efficiency sector. The GMC also qualifies participants for expert certificates provided by the Galileo Project.
Information on the renewable energy courses and exams we offer which lead to the Galileo Master Certificate can be found here.
The European Energy Centre has been awarding the Galileo Master Certificate (GMC) to successful participants for nearly 40 years. During that the time the Galileo Master Certificate has developed a strong reputation as a leading award within the renewable energy sector
Participants who obtained the Galileo Master Certificate include personnel and representatives of major international organisations including Siemens, Energy Saving Trust, British Gas, Nokia, Nestlé, Coca Cola, Solar Power Scotland, British Army, United Nations Development Programme, NATO, Ministry of Defence and many more.
A full list of the clients awarded the Galileo Master Certificate can be viewed here http://www.euenergycentre.org/clients-partners
Teaching and the Exam
The courses are based upon the leading European-funded Project EMTEU: Energy Management Technician in Europe. The European Project EMTEU, which we have completed with our European partners, aims to provide the required knowledge and training to allow professionals and technicians to become quality experts, working in the renewable energy field.
The Galileo Master Certificate (GMC) is awarded upon completion of the GMC exam, taken following one of a wide selection of renewable energy and energy efficiency training courses.
Committee of Quality Assessors
The Galileo Master Certificate exam papers are compiled and marked by authorities and quality assessors such as university professors and experts with up to 40 years of theoretical and practical experience; and independently audited before the Certificate is awarded.
The exams, and the courses leading to the exams, are rigorously and continuously assessed by the EMTEU committee of the EEC to ensure that they meet a consistent standard of knowledge expected within the industry.
Participants can opt to have the Certificate presented during a ceremony at one of the European conferences run by the United Nations (UNEP) and European Energy Centre (EEC) which bring together leading universities, worldwide institutions and associations.
The EEC has been approved to offer additional qualifications on Solar Photovoltaics accredited by SQA.
This accreditation has been chosen by the EEC in order to develop its position as an Independent Body which already provides the internationally recognised Galileo Master Certificate (GMC) to successful participants of eligible GMC exams.
The SQA Qualification has been chosen in line with the mission of the European Energy Centre to promote best practices in Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency through training courses and conferences with the United Nations Environment Programme.