Certificate in Energy Management
- Explain the basic concepts and a general overview of carbon management;
- Explain the importance of energy management in business and non-business contexts;
- Outline the major structural components of ISO 15001 and the requirements for its application;
- Outline the key principles of energy management and ISO 15001:2011;
- Explain how ISO 15001:2011 is applied in energy management;
- Describe the process approach for ISO 15001:2011 in energy management;
- Explain the relevant legislation and regulations that underpin energy management.
At the end of the course, the trainee should be able to:
- CEM01 Introduction to Energy Management
- CEM02 Importance of an Energy Management System
- CEM03 Structure and Requirements of ISO 15001:2011
- CEM04 Principles of Energy Management and ISO 15001:2011
- CEM05 Implementation of ISO 15001:2011
- CEM06 Process Approach for ISO 15001:2011
- CEM07 Legislation and Regulation
- CEM10 Course assessment 1: Course project
- CEM11 Course assessment 2: Theory exam
Energy Managers have a strong understanding of internationally recognized ISO 15001standard and are able to use it to improve the effectiveness of their energy management system.
January & September intakes
This course is suitable for: Facility, Safety, and newly appointed Environmental Managers who need an introduction to energy management systems and audit requirements; Managers and staff with responsibility for planning, performance and reporting of any form of energy ranging from system compliance to full site reviews, monitoring and controls; ideal for Facilities and Estates Managers; and anyone intending to develop a career in environment and energy management.
Awarded a Certificate in Energy Management upon successful completion of the course.
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