Energy and Carbon Management in Practice Training Programme– LEC 3
An Energy Manager (EM) performs an essential role in ensuring a company or organisation meets its energy, carbon and water reduction responsibilities within the context of wider sustainability imperatives, Net Zero aspirations, decarbonisation efforts and the requirement for continual improvement and assessment of risk. Energy Managers need to be technically aware, numerate, have good communication skills with a range of stakeholders, including senior management and energy end-users – and be keen to broaden and continually improve existing knowledge and expertise.
The EMA has developed training courses that equip individuals with the minimum knowledge needed to operate effectively as an Energy Management professional with a responsibility for managing energy and carbon in
the workplace. Individuals who complete a range of training courses can aim to achieve a professional status of an EMA Recognised Energy Manager.
Whether you are new to energy management or up-skilling, take the first steps to becoming a fully skilled energy manager with reviewing the EMA training offering or undertaking the EMA Knowledge and Skills’ Gap Analysis Interview.
Who should undertake the LEC 3 Training Programme?
The LEC 3 Training Programme is intended for Candidates who are:
- interested to become energy managers and apprentices
- newly appointed energy managers
- re-skilling from other professions such as sustainability, environment, facilities and engineering
- up-skilling existing energy management knowledge and skills
For more information about becoming an energy manager with the EMA and achieving the EMA Recognised Energy Manager professional status, please contact Jana Skodlova at [email protected]. Alternatively, you can contact Jana at the EMA on 0203 916 5516.
LEC 3 Training Providers
EMA Energy Management in Practice Training Programme (LEC 3)
The EMA training courses have been developed for individuals interested in gaining a knowledge needed to operate effectively as an energy manager in a workplace. The courses are intended for candidates who are:
- Up-skilling their existing energy management knowledge and skills
- Re-skilling from other professions such as sustainability, environment, facilities and engineering
- Interested to become energy managers
- Newly appointed energy managers
The courses have been developed and are delivered by experienced energy managers.
Knowledge and Skills' Gap Analysis Interview
The aim of the Gap Analysis Interview is to match and compare candidates' knowledge and skills that they currently have against those that are needed for their role of well-rounded energy managers and their long term professional development. Candidates who demonstrate a comprehensive knowledge and experience of energy management will be awarded an EMA Recognised Energy Manager EMA Recognised Energy Manager professional status. As a result of the Interview, candidates will also receive a verbal and written feedback, advice and guidance on what courses to focus in order to advance their energy management knowledge.
Interview dates are set up on request.
Format: face-to-face discussion, approximately 60-90 minutes
Interview fee: £300+VAT
For more information about the Interview or to set up your Interview date, please contact us