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This programme presents a methodological, organised approach to managing energy usage, based on the SANS/ISO 50001 standard. It is aimed at individuals who are responsible for developing and implementing energy management systems in their companies.

The end user course equips trainees with the knowledge, understanding and tools that will enable them to initiate the development and implementation of an EnMS that is aligned with ISO 50001.

The expert course is aimed at equipping delegates with the necessary knowledge, skills and tools to support the adoption and implementation of EnMS in industry. Delegates will gain practical experience in implementing and reviewing an EnMS, as well as being able to report on its performance.

Minimum requirements for EnMS expert level courses
 

Minimum requirements for the RECP expert level courses: 

  • Completed the relevant 2-day end user training.
  • 3 year degree in environmental science or any engineering discipline combined with 4 years’ experience as
    • Environmental Manager OR
    • Plant Engineer OR
    • Energy Manager OR
    • Energy Efficiency Practitioner OR
    • Sustainability Manager OR
    • Industrial Efficiency Manager OR
    • Environmental Sustainability/Energy Consultant

All CV’s and proof of qualifications must be submitted together with the registration forms for screening purposes. You will be notified in due course whether you have been accepted or not onto the training.

The basic training teaches end-users, operators and maintenance staff of enterprises, energy managers, supervisors, facility and consulting engineers, how to assess steam systems and achieve energy and cost savings through proper operation and controls, system maintenance, appropriate process uses of steam and application of state-of-the-art technologies.  

The end user course provides delegates with in-depth technical information on undertaking an industrial steam system energy assessment and making improvements to industrial steam systems. In addition, it provides hands-on training in the use of steam system optimisation (SSO) tools in the field, while doing an industrial steam system energy assessment.

The expert course trains delegates to support the adoption and implementation of SSO in industry. National SSO experts provide technical assistance to enterprises and coach facility personnel on SSO development and implementation. The trained national experts work with enterprises to establish and implement SSO that delivers sustainable energy performance improvements and best practices. The programme aims to select a group of national experts who will be equipped with the skills required to promote SSO in industry and build the basic SSO development and implementation capacity of enterprise personnel.

Delegates in the end user course will recognise the benefits of pump system optimisation (PSO) by learning how to assess pump systems and identify potential optimisation opportunities, and determine how to achieve cost savings and energy efficiency through the appropriate application of pumps in new and existing systems, different control methods, and maintenance and operational best practices. They will also learn to make cost calculations and quantitatively assess pump systems and potential improvement opportunities. This will enable them to initiate the development and implementation of PSO measures and projects.

Delegates in the expert course will be equipped with the knowledge, skills and tools needed to support implementation on PSO in industry by technically assisting enterprises and coaching facility personnel in PSO project development and implementation, as well as conducting PSO user training on pump system assessment, the identification of optimisation measures, and the development and implementation of operational improvements.

The end user course consolidates enterprise personnel’s understanding of motor system optimisation (MSO) and promotes their technical capacity for MSO-orientated actions. It enables delegates to initiate the development and implementation of MSO measures and projects in their own companies.

The expert course is an intensive programme delivered by leading international MSO experts. It provides more in-depth technical information on troubleshooting and making improvements to industrial motor systems. It introduces the basic principles for the energy-efficient design of motor systems, and explains how to successfully sell MSO projects to management and to select an MSO service provider.

 

The end user course provides delegates with a comprehension of and technical capacity for compressed air system optimisation (CASO) and enables them to initiate the development and implementation of CASO measures into new and existing systems. Delegates will be able to identify potential optimisation opportunities, and determine how to achieve cost savings and energy efficiency through the appropriate application of CASO.

The expert course equips national experts with the knowledge, skills and tools needed to support the adoption and implementation of CASO in industry by technically assisting enterprises and coaching facility personnel on CASO project development and implementation. The course includes a two-day CASO end-user workshop on compressed air system assessment, the identification of optimisation measures, and the development and implementation of operational improvements.

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The end user course provides delegates with a comprehension of and technical capacity for fan system optimisation (FSO). It enables delegates to initiate the development and implementation of FSO measures and projects in their own companies.

The expert course equips delegates with the necessary knowledge, skills and tools to support the adoption and implementation of FSO in industry by technically assisting enterprises and coaching facility personnel on FSO project development. The course includes a two-day FSO end-user workshop on fan system assessment, the identification of optimisation measures, and the development and implementation of operational improvements.
 

systematic and integrated approach to managing energy, water, environmental and financial resources, eliminating or minimising waste and emissions to the environment, on a sustainable and cost-effective basis.

Enhancing the means to meet human needs while respecting the ecological carrying capacity of the earth by producing more wellbeing with less material consumption.

Measured by the reduction of the resource use and the environmental impact from materials, emissions, and accidental releases per unit of production, trade, and consumption of goods and services over their full life cycles.

The end user course equips trainees with the knowledge, understanding and tools that will enable them to initiate the development and implementation of RECP.

The expert course is aimed at equipping delegates with the necessary knowledge, skills and tools to support the adoption and implementation of RECP in industry. Delegates will gain practical experience in implementing and reviewing RECP, as well as being able to report on its performance.

Minimum requirements for the RECP expert level courses: 

  • Completed the relevant 2-day end user training.
  • 3 year degree in environmental science or any engineering discipline combined with 4 years’ experience as
    • Environmental Manager OR
    • Plant Engineer OR
    • Energy Manager OR
    • Energy Efficiency Practitioner OR
    • Sustainability Manager OR
    • Industrial Efficiency Manager OR
    • Environmental Sustainability/Energy Consultant

All CV’s and proof of qualifications must be submitted together with the registration forms for screening purposes. You will be notified in due course whether you have been accepted or not onto the training.

 

More information coming soon.