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 – and the need for continual improvement. He/ she needs to be technically aware, numerate, have good communication skills both with senior management and energy end-users – and be keen to broaden and continually improve existing knowledge.
The EMA has developed a training programme that equips individuals with the minimum knowledge needed to operate effectively as an Energy Manager in the workplace and 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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, you can contact Jana at the EMA on 0203 176 2834.
For more information about the EMA LEC 3 courses, contact Jana Skodlova on 0203 176 2834 or jana.skodlova @theema.org.uk.LEARN MORE
For more information about the npower LEC 3 courses, contact Dave Horton on 01905 340570 or 07989 492941, or alternatively on Dave.Horton @rwenpower.com.LEARN MORE
For more information about the STRIDE LEC 3 course, contact Dr Phillipa Coan on +447597520325 or email@example.com.LEARN MORE