A series of short training courses covering the essential elements to optimise energy efficiency technologies and strategies has been launched by the Energy Services and Technology Association (ESTA).
The sessions are designed for energy and facilities managers, based on the association’s expertise and more than 30 years of experience.
The courses are delivered by professionals with practical experience of achieving energy savings and form part of ESTA’s On•Course training suite.
They have been formed to help choose the correct energy-saving strategy, following the growth in the availability of new and improved technologies.
ESTA members, in addition to creating the systems for end-users to manage their energy consumption, have also been closely involved with the development of international standards for energy management, such as ISO 50001.
The first of the half-day courses will take place in October. Subjects include:
- Lighting controls
- ISO 50001 Energy Management Systems
- Verification of Energy Savings
Each course lasts for half a day and counts against CPD requirements for most professional organisations.
Forthcoming courses will include the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) and managing carbon markets.