Professor Ali Mehmanparast from the Department of Naval Architecture, Ocean and Marine Engineering at University of Strathclyde, said: “We are excited to offer the Energy Transition Leadership Programme, in collaboration with ECITB, to equip engineers, managers and thought leaders in industry with the required skill sets for transition towards sustainable energy futures.
“This tailored programme which has been specifically designed for full-time industrial workforces, at different technical and managerial levels, enables the participants to get familiar with the key challenges and opportunities associated with net zero economy, and enables organisations to achieve business growth while contributing to net zero targets.”
The programme will enable delegates to achieve a range of different levels of academic qualification, from Certificate of Attendance (CoA) to credits toward a Postgraduate certificate or diploma (PGCert/PGDip) or MSc. Modules run for five weeks and include topics such as global energy markets, energy transition barriers, renewable energy technologies, energy policy, sustainability and circular economy, teamwork, personal development and leadership, and energy systems integration.
The delegates can directly register on University of Strathclyde’s MyPlace page for Module 2 where there is a link available for online payment. In-scope employers can seek grant funding for the tuition fees in advance through their ECITB Account Manager.
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