Advanced Industrial Energy Systems Optimisation
Dates: 26 August 2022 (Friday)
Times: 9.00am–5:00pm (NZST)
Venue: Online (Via GotoMeeting)
Trainer: Jonathan Pooch (DETA Consulting)
This 1-day Advanced Industrial Energy Systems Optimisation training course is designed to refine the knowledge and skills of experienced technicians and practitioners around optimising the energy efficiency of industrial systems.
It also acts as a lead in to the CEP Energy Masters accreditation in Industrial Energy Systems Optimisation (IESO) and is recommended for anyone wishing to pursue that accreditation.
While there are no formal prerequisites for the course, it is designed for practitioners with at least three years’ experience or those that have previously completed the CEP Optimising Process Heat Systems training. If you do not have at least three years’ experience, it is recommended you attend the CEP Optimising Process Heat Systems training before taking this course and the accreditation assessment.
Who is the course for?
The course looks at applying continuous improvement methodologies and designing and conducting effective trials and experiments using robust measurement and verification techniques. The course content includes worked examples and the practicalities of delivering benefit from improved practices such as the calculation of energy and carbon savings and building these into business cases.
The course covers:
- NZ Industries, Processes and Carbon
- Continuous Improvement Methodologies
- Constructing and Conducting Trials
- Worked Example – Blast Tunnel Fan Optimisation
- Co-Benefits and Business Case Development
- Measurement and Verification
Energy Master Accreditation
This course forms part of a pathway to accreditation as an Industrial Energy Systems Optimisation Energy Master (ISEO).
NB: The IESO Accreditation Assessment is $750+GST per person per attempt.
When should you register?
To confirm delivery of this training course we require a minimum of 6 registered attendees (maximum of 15 attendees per course). Please complete your online registration as soon as possible so we can secure the training delivery date.
If you require a letter of support to assist with funding approval, please contact the CEP Office.
Dates & Location
Dates: 26 August 2022 (Friday)
Times: 9.00am-5.00pm (NSZT)
- CEP invests heavily in the development and updating of training materials and the intellectual property of materials is owned by CEP (unless otherwise referenced).
- In the interests of encouraging open participation in discussions and as courses are regularly updated, training sessions are not recorded.
- Training Fees are stated in NZD and priced per person, excluding GST.
- A surcharge of 3.4% will apply if payment is made by credit card (Visa or Mastercard only).
- NB: CEP is a not-for-profit organisation, and we keep training fees to a minimum. Unfortunately, we are not in a position to offer funding towards training fees.
- Cancellations must be received by email at the CEP Office by 5pm, more than 10 working days prior to the training. A refund less a $50 admin fee will be returned.
- Cancellations within 10 working days will incur a 50% course attendance fee.
- Non-attendance without prior notification will incur a 100% course attendance fee.
- CEP reserves the right to reschedule or cancel this event.
Attendee Feedback“As an energy efficiency professional with 3-4 year of experience, this course provided good insight into using continuous improvement methodologies such as six sigma, lean, etc to implement energy saving measures. This is a really good course for anyone who works with energy efficiency on industrial sites with an ongoing engagement." Mannat Choski, Energy Consultant (Energy Solution Providers)
"Energy efficiency is one of the best investments any company can make as NZ transitions to a low carbon economy. This course provides informative content to enable professionals to partner with customers to perform ongoing efficiency improvements. The course provides content to develop a business case, an overview of continuous improvement methodologies, and how to confirm energy savings through formalised Measurement & Verification (IPMVP) process. Recommend the course for anyone in the energy efficiency industry, even if not directly involved with industrial systems." Anthony Gates, Mechanical Engineer (BECA)