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"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.”
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“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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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 and Honeywell.
The EEC Accredited Centre is an Independent Professional Body and 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
BBC Studios welcome EEC for talk on Electric Vehicles
The European Energy Centre (EEC) was this week invited to deliver an exclusive talk on Electric Vehicles at the BBC studios in Salford, Manchester. The talk was given as part of the BBC’s Blue Room Sustainability Season, a site-wide event intended to ensure that BBC employees are up-to-date and aware of the latest in sustainable living and technology. The EEC is proud to promote knowledge sharing and best practice in relation to all Green Energy Technologies and works with Leading Experts and associations worldwide, including the United Nations UNEP, to distribute the latest research, information and training to individuals around the world.
The George Washington University Partners with European Energy Centre to Up-Skill US Renewables Workforce
Renewable Energy Educational activities in the USA have been bolstered this week thanks to the announcement of an important EU-US collaboration.
“The School of Engineering and Applied Science at The George Washington University is pleased to partner with the European Energy Centre, which works with the United Nations Environment Programme, to provide state-of-the-art educational opportunities in the areas of Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency,” comments David S. Dolling (Dean, School of Engineering and Applied Science, The George Washington University).
This partnership will combine the experience of the GWU as a leading worldwide academic institution, with the vocational training expertise of the EEC that has worked for 40 years with major universities, leading global authorities and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
EEC ASSISTS UNITED NATIONS ENVIRONMENT PROGRAMME ON ENERGY EFFICIENCY TRAINING IN AFRICA AND ASIA
Dr. Marco Buoni, Honorary Director of the European Energy Centre (EEC), has been asked by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) to assist emerging economies as they launch educational standards based on European experience in the Energy Efficiency and Environmental sectors.
Major Renewable Energy Professional Membership Programme launched
The EEC Accredited Centre 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.
The Programme responds to research calling for a better skilled workforce in order to meet the EU 2020 energy efficiency targets, undertaken by Build Up Skills UK, and it is operated by a global leader in Renewable Energy training, the European Energy Centre (EEC).
The Membership Programme aims 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 intergovernmental IRENA Renewable Energy Learning Partnership (IRELP) and leading universities in Europe.